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 Can Benefits Managers Do About Diabetes?
9.4% of the population in the U.S. has some form of diabetes. And those that are diagnosed with diabetes have a higher medical expenditure than their healthy counterparts. Learn how benefit managers can cut costs in diabetes care while still providing great benefits.
How To Find Savings In Your Specialty Rx Spend
Specialty medications can drive up costs in any organization, but controlling costs is possible with the right help. In our recent webinar, Artemis Health's Chief Clinical Officer Rance Hutchings, Pharm.D. is sharing his tips and tricks for saving on specialty Rx.
Artemis Takes Security Seriously—Here's How We Do It.
Data security is a top concern for many self-insured employers, benefits advisers, and brokers. At Artemis, we’re acutely aware of the sensitive nature of the data we store and analyze for our customers. We take security very seriously, and here are seven ways we’re protecting our customers’ benefits data.
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.