In 2020, HR leaders have navigated coverage for a brand new disease, helped workers transition to remote work, and pioneered new policies. Now more than ever, benefits data is an essential tool in the tool belts of benefits professionals.
Six Reasons Why You Need A Data Partner
Having a data partner not only solves problems for your benefits teams before they arise, but it can also help you evaluate your existing benefits programs and find opportunities to reduce spending. Take a look at six more reasons why you need a great data partner.
Artemis Tips: All About the Admin App
Permissions, roles, and privileges. Maybe it’s not the most exciting function of a well-designed software tool, but it’s crucial to a good user experience. Today, we want to showcase the Admin App on the Artemis Platform. It allows our users to set permissions, allow appropriate access, and manage the roles of anyone in their organization.
Benefit Advisers are Bringing Value-Based Care to An Employer Near You
Using health claims data, benefits advisers can estimate who is providing value-based care. Not only does it achieve both cost containment and better patient outcomes, but it also gives them the power to change their clients' benefit strategy for the better.
The Hazards of Barbecue Season
At Artemis, we were curious to find out if barbecue cooking meant more injuries and more medical claims for our customers. Specifically, we wanted to know: how does grilling affect benefits spending? Let’s take a look at data using the Artemis Platform.
My Episode of Care: Knee Arthroscopy
Since I joined the team at Artemis Health last year, I’ve thought more and more about how our healthcare system works. It’s a mystery to most of us seeking treatment, and we’re usually too sick or injured to think much about it. I want to share some of the behind-the-scenes knowledge I gained not just from my most recent treatment, but from my time at Artemis.
How Hospitals Are Using Data To Drive Better Care
Wasted healthcare spending doesn’t just affect employers; it affects hospitals too. And while many other industries are using data to drive efficiency, healthcare seems to be one area where the technology is driving demand for both employers and hospitals.