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.
What the CARES and Families First Acts Mean for Benefits Professionals
With COVID-19 infections still on the rise in many parts of the world, benefits teams are prepping for new rules, regulations, and compliance protocols. Let’s learn more about the CARES and Families First Acts and what they mean for benefits.
Businesses Are Pitching In to Solve Coronavirus Problems—Here Are Some Highlights
Mr. Rogers has advised us in times like these to, “Look for the helpers.” With the spread of Coronavirus affecting businesses large and small, we thought it might be a good time to highlight how many of them are taking adversity and turning it into innovation.
Why “Flattening the Curve” is Crucial for Employers, Too
Flattening the curve is crucial not just for governments and cities, but for employers too. We’ll dive into how this strategy will help businesses cope with the pandemic, protect their employees, and plan for the future.
Here’s How Artemis Health is Responding to COVID-19
It’s been a strange couple of weeks for us all. We wanted to share how our team and business is responding to the novel Coronavirus and the illness it causes, COVID-19. We know you’re hearing from many businesses on this topic, so we’ll keep this short.
Three Examples of How Predictive Analytics is Being Used for Better Healthcare
Benefits professionals are also turning to healthcare data as a means of predicting the future. They’re using medical claims data, prescription claims data, and wellness program data to track, measure, and predict the health and wellness of their employee populations.
How Benefits Advisors and Employers are Getting Ahead of the Curve with Data
This is the final part of our series exploring how benefits professionals can get insights and get ahead using their health and benefits data. This week, we’ll look at how data can make the difference between “just keeping up” with the industry and “getting ahead of the curve.”