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.
People of Artemis: Spotlight on McKalee Fife
Artemisians, the people who make Artemis Health a great place to work, are some pretty special people. We want to give you the inside scoop on what they do to make Artemis a success, and how they contribute to our mission. Today we’re highlighting the work of McKalee Fife, Data Manager on the Data Engineering team.
Four Prescription Benefit Saving Strategies You May Not Know About
With prescription costs climbing faster than inflation, there are a number of methods benefits professionals are using. Many you’ve already heard about (or even adopted), but some you probably haven’t. I’d like to walk you through some Rx saving strategies you might not have considered.
Five Benefit Programs That Attract Talent
As a benefits consultant, you want your client to offer successful benefits programs, but it can be difficult keeping up with the shifting trends in our industry. Let’s dive into some of benefit programs that are working for innovative employers and advisors.
What are Voluntary Benefits?
Most large employers are now thinking outside the box and offering voluntary benefits. Voluntary benefits are benefits that employees can elect to pay through payroll deductions. Here are some popular voluntary benefits that employers are offering this year.
Artemis Tips: How to Use the Actionable Overspending App
The Artemis Platform is ever evolving to meet the needs of our clients. We’ve learned over the years which features make benefits teams and advisers jump for joy. The Actionable Overspending App is always a favorite for seasoned analysts and data newbies alike.
Sleep Disorders and What They Mean for Healthcare Costs
Those of us who battled to wake up after the hour leap for Daylight Savings Time can understand the struggle of falling asleep. Let’s take a look at the ways in which sleep disorders, like sleep apnea and insomnia, can affect an employer’s health care cost.