Do you know if your efforts worked? Are your programs improving the health and well-being of your members? Are you reducing healthcare costs? These seem like simple questions, but they are actually pretty challenging to answer.
Research Findings: COVID-19 Has Given Benefits Leaders A Boost in Confidence
In 2020, when we asked benefits leaders, “How would you describe your organization’s benefits offerings in comparison to your peers or competitors?” we got a surprising answer. The pressure tests of 2020 seems to have given benefits teams more confidence.
How Employers and Public Health Officials Are Working to Overcome Vaccine Hesitancy
Many self-insured employers, benefits advisors, and public health officials are worried about another challenge with the COVID-19 vaccine: vaccine hesitancy. Here's how they're facing this challenge and helping employees lead healthier lives.
New Research Reveals the 2021 Goals and Priorities of Benefits Leaders
Artemis Health teamed up with Employee Benefit News/Arizent to discover what makes benefits leaders tick. We asked about their goals, motivations, organizational priorities, and what changed for them in 2020.
Behavioral Health Benefits Are Crucial For Employee Total Well-Being
Experts estimate that in a normal year, over 16 million American adults suffer from a major depressive episode each year. That’s over 6% of the population. Artemis Health can help employers address behavioral health and total well-being.
My Experience in the COVID-19 Vaccine Study: A Benefits Industry Perspective
Dr. Monte Masten of Marsh and McLennan Agency is sharing his personal experience in the Moderna phase three clinical trials for the COVID-19 vaccine. He provides tips on how employers can prepare their employees for COVID-19 vaccination.