Despite the U.S. spending roughly a fourth of GDP on healthcare, the wellness of Americans is still lagging. With 80% of an individual’s health being driven by outside factors of traditional healthcare, benefits leaders are narrowing in on Social Determinants of Health to change the trajectory of the health of their populations.
How to Drive Engagement in Wellness Programs
Employers struggle to drive and maintain engagement in their wellness benefits. So what can employers do see ROI from their wellness programs?
Artemis Employees Race in a Scavenger Hunt for Charity
Artemisians gathered for our summer activity near our Salt Lake City headquarters at Snowbird Mountain Resort. We divided into teams, coordinated outfits, and completed a custom scavenger hunt for charity.
How the Internet of Things is Impacting Healthcare
It seems like every day, another internet-enabled device is changing the way we communicate, entertain ourselves, and perform everyday household tasks. Indeed, the “Internet of Things” is changing how people experience the world around them. And it’s changing how people access healthcare, too.
Four Ways to Leverage Data to Justify Behavioral Health Programs
CEO and co-founder Grant Gordon is sharing his insights with Employee Benefits News. This piece explores how employers can find problems, track solutions, and prove ROI on behavioral health wellness programs using data.
How Working with PBMs Can Help Control Your Pharmacy Spend
Artemis Health is in the news. Our Chief Clinical Officer Rance Hutchings, Pharm.D., is sharing his tips and tricks for working with Pharmacy Benefit Managers. Check out his piece for Workforce.com and learn what questions you should be asking to get the most from your Rx spending.
What’s the Cost of a Severe Peanut Allergy?
It’s that time of year again—the time of year when moms and dads around the country send their little angels back to school. Some of you are celebrating, and some of you are wistfully thinking about how fast they grow up. And there’s a good chance some of you are looking for lunch ideas that don’t include peanut butter sandwiches.