Your healthcare and business costs are determined by the health of your employee population and how they manage their well-being. Using data to manage your cost and create benefit packages that energize and engage employees can help you stay ahead of your competition. We harness the power of our broad and deep intellectual capital to transform your raw data into practical, useful information. We use your business history, our client experiences, and insights gleaned from national trends to support your decision making.
Using a robust clinical data analytic tool, along with the help of skilled health management consultants, you can pinpoint drivers behind your healthcare costs. Our team looks for risks associated with your employee population, the role chronic conditions may play in your employees’ health, gaps in care, use of healthcare services across the continuum and other indicators to guide benefit decision making.
Our on-staff actuary takes things one step further by identifying not just cost advantages but also behavioral changes that take place whenever you alter your plan design. We compare trends in cost, utilization and population health to help you create a healthier, more productive workforce. Employee surveys are also considered to provide insights to help shape programs and your benefit packages.
Understanding your claims experience and what matters most to your employees empowers you to manage costs, improve the health of your employees while increasing productivity and engagement.
We all know that one person who would rather tough it out than to actually go to a doctor to figure out what is going on with them. Compound this with a fear of not being able to afford the cost of the doctor’s services. In normal situations, this would usually be another mark on the board of foolish things that this person has historically done. But, nowadays, with COVID-19 out there, this type of reticence could be deadly for not only them but numerous other individuals as well.
One of the most expensive costs for nearly any business is that of workers’ compensation insurance. Your hiring process can be an important first step toward preventing work comp claims. Here are some hiring practices that can help stop work comp claims before they even walk through your door.
On March 27, 2020 President Trump signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Below is a summary of several key provisions of the more than 800-page law. However, if you are home with little to do and have already finished watching The Tiger King, feel free to peruse the law itself here.
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