Point solutions are the talk of the benefits industry this year, with dozens of vendors for any condition you can think of. We’ll explore three use cases of how employers and advisors are evaluating point solutions with Artemis Console.
What’s the Cost of a Severe Peanut Allergy?
Severe peanut allergies are on the rise, so what does this mean for employers, who are often the payers when it comes to allergy testing, treatment and emergency medications? We decided to take a look at our sample data to see how peanut allergies are affecting overall benefits spend.
The Triple Aim of Benefits Analytics
The average person probably thinks of their benefits as just another form of compensation. For those of us in the benefits industry, that same package is so much more. It’s a means not only to entice potential employees, but also to improve their health and wellness for the good of everyone on the benefits plan.
The Data Options Facing Employers
The problem many benefits teams face is trying to figure out what to do with the mountains of benefits information they’ve collected over the years. And the choices are endless. Here are a few options to consider when approaching your benefits data.
Artemis Health Launches Standard Stories, Pre-Built Reports for Hot Benefits Topics
Artemis Health, a benefits analytics software company, has launched a major product release to their platform. Standard Stories will provide a fresh take on classic benefits information. In this product release, Artemis customers will get a clear snapshot of an executive summary, network utilization, pharmacy spending, population health and high cost claimants in several categories.
Three Benefits Data Success Stories from Artemis Customers
Being a benefits leader is a tough job. There’s just one of you for thousands of employees. You have to balance cost containment with great programs that attract and retain employees. But there are those strategic wins that make it all worthwhile. Here's a few success stories from Artemis customers.
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.