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Return to the workplace: 5 factors that can help employers decide and deploy
Organizations need information that can help support their ongoing efforts to evaluate conditions ...
Why benefits leaders are leveraging analytics early and often
Activist employers are using data and analytics to get employee benefits programs right the first ...
Insights for employers addressing the global mental health crisis
In the face of a global mental health crisis, benefit management leaders are asking: How can data ...
In the U.S., an angioplasty costs $32,000. elsewhere? maybe $6,400.
Why does health care cost so much more in the United States than in other countries? As health ...
The rise of consumer experience in healthcare
Responding to healthcare consumer trends may seem daunting, but there are some fundamental places to begin.
How should we measure success for wellness programs?
A long-term view of wellness challenges all of us to think more broadly, beyond physical health to financial and mental health, too. It’s time to evolve how we measure impact
How to tackle five common employer benefits challenges
While managing and providing adequate health benefits is important for employers, it can also be one of the biggest investments. Developing a strategy that is both impactful and cost-effective is a balancing act.
How to drive smarter benefits programs
Human resource (HR) professionals are often tasked with finding out how to deliver smarter benefits programs.
Healthcare consumers ask: How much will this cost me?
Providers, health plans, employers and government are all part of the price transparency equation.
Research brief: Hospital-acquired conditions lead to avoidable cost and excess deaths
It is critical that healthcare providers continue to rigorously track and report these conditions so...
When do outcomes-based contracts make sense? The payer perspective
In this opinion brief, Truven Health shares the US payer perspective on outcomes-based contracts...
How cognitive computing can help predict diabetes risk
What if there were a way for analytics to predict which patients are at higher risk of developing diabetes that could help physicians possibly intervene to prevent it?
Utica Park Clinic
by Watson Health
The 5 V’s of big data
by Anil Jain, MD, FACP
Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+): breaking down the ...
by Donna Daniel