As today’s employers strive to provide quality health benefits to their employees, they must keep digital health top of mind. We're exploring digital health and telemedicine trends for 2021.
Getting the Most from Standard Stories
We’ve been getting great feedback from our partners and customers since we launched the Standard Stories App a few months back. While many of these types of “standard reports” are static, we built ours with a bit of customization for further exploration.
Are You Spending Wisely on Specialty Drugs? This Chart Will Help You Find Out.
Approximately 77% of employers spend 16% or more of their total healthcare budget on pharmacy benefits for their employees. Let's dive into one of the most expensive types of drugs - specialty medications.
How Smart Employers Are Using Data to Help Members Manage Chronic Conditions
Six in ten adults in the U.S. are struggling with a chronic disease according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And four in ten adults are suffering from more than one chronic condition. These statistics are alarming for benefit leaders who are trying to manage rising healthcare costs. See how they're doing it with data.
How To Track The Success Of Your Telemedicine Benefits
With the rising popularity of telemedicine services, benefits teams are also tasked with making sure they’re getting the most from their investment. Here are a few ways our customers are using data to track the success of their telemedicine benefits.
Three Reasons Innovative Benefit Teams Are Looking Beyond Carrier Reports For Data Insights
Some benefit professionals are working on puzzles with the pieces missing. They tell us, “We have our carrier reports, so we don’t need a data partner.” But if you’re relying on carrier reports, you aren’t getting holistic, actionable insights.
How Do Your Benefits Stack Up?
Galileo suggested that we “Measure what is measurable, and make measurable what is not so.” Easier said than done. Because every business and population face unique challenges, unique situations, and unique needs, it’s a big ask to “make measurable what is not so.”