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.
Here’s Why Self-Insured Employers Won’t Be Able to Track COVID-19 Vaccinations
Self-insured employers are clamoring for data around COVID-19 vaccinations, but they will be disappointed. Data warehouses don't expect much (if any) claims data for vaccination, and here's why.
Roundtable Discussion:How Companies are Changing Goals, Motivations, and Measures of Benefits Success [Part 1]
We shared our recent benefits research findings with a panel of industry experts and leaders on a recent webinar with WorldAtWork. Here’s a recap of the discussion and some interesting insights from the research.
Original Research: Employers Want Meaningful Conclusions from Benefits Data
We surveyed 300 benefits pros at organizations with 5,000 or more employees to find out what motivates them, what holds them back, and how they’re using their benefits data to improve the lives of their employees.
How Data Analytics Tools Can Make an Impact on Employee Behavioral Health
More and more employers are recognizing the growing need for mental health services and coverage, and they are struggling to keep up with demand. Here’s how access to healthcare analytics tools can help impact behavioral health.
New Research Findings: Benefits Data (and Advisors) are Driving 2021 Benefits Strategy
Benefits data is playing a growing role in how employee benefits leaders are choosing programs and making decisions. Read on to see what our original research found about the role of data and the role of benefits advisors.