We're taking a look at COVID-19 vaccination, which companies and industries are looking at mandates, and how incentives are changing the pace of vaccination in the U.S.
The Five Most Expensive Prescriptions for Employers
With specialty medication prices increasing, organizations are scrambling to find ways to save money. Learn how data analytics can help figure out the priciest prescriptions and how employers can use their data to keep drug costs reasonable for employees.
Three Ways Benefits Consultants Are On the Front Lines of Data Analytics
Consultants are on the front lines of benefits data analytics. They’re the folks who dig through thousands of rows in a spreadsheet to find solutions. Here are three ways that benefits consultants are using data and driving decision-making for self-insured employers.
What’s the Deal with Preventive Care?
Preventive care services include blood pressure, cholesterol, or diabetes blood tests, many types of cancer screenings, immunizations, counseling on addiction or healthy eating, flu shots, pediatric checkups, and more. While all of these services are quite important for patients, they still come at a cost for payers.
The Health Hazards and Costs of the Raw Water Trend
There are real health risks associated with drinking untreated water. Unlike cryptocurrency, we’re guessing cryptosporidium from raw water is one trend that won’t spread beyond Silicon Valley. But we still wanted to know: what are the potential healthcare costs of water-borne illnesses?
Why Benefits Data Analytics is Good for Employees, Too
Data analytics is not only used to save money, but it is also a way for the employer to provide their organization with a better quality of life. Let’s take a look at a few examples of how benefits data analytics is good for employees, too.
How Artemis Is Different From A Traditional Data Warehouse
Artemis Health CEO and co-founder Grant Gordon is sharing his insights with Michael Menerey of the Reconstructing Healthcare podcast. Listen now to learn how we stand out from other benefits data tools, and what we're doing to improve healthcare in the U.S.