"...we asked employers to rate the importance of strategies they will be using over the next five years to advance the triple aim of lower cost, higher quality, and a better member experience. The top...
- Study Findings: On-Site Clinics Cut Healthcare Costs | January 18, 2018
- Convenience, An Expected Benefit | January 16, 2018
- Just One Thing | January 12, 2018
- The Great Consolidation | January 10, 2018
- Mercer's Top Six Action Items For Employers In 2018 | January 8, 2018
- Surviving Seasonal Affective Disorder | January 1, 2018
Taking care of your physical, mental, and emotional needs in order to prevent burn-out, fatigue, and other health problems is the goal of self-care.
Are you looking for an on-site clinic solution? There are 3 reasons why clinical experience should matter to you:
So, you’re about to launch an on-site clinic? We know you have a lot on your shoulders: construction schedules, logistics, promotion, and much more. It’s going to be a busy few months, but don’t worry. We’ll be by your side every step of the way.
"More and more employers are offering employees high deductible plans, shifting more costs on the individual and his or her family. The rationale behind these plans is that if the employee has to shoulder more of the costs, they will be more selective of the procedures and services they access, bringing overall health care costs down. Plus, they cost employers less." Excerpt from Why Your Health Care Costs Are Out of Control, in One Graph in Time
It’s that time of year again when everyone is ready to start fresh. Maybe in 2018 you’ll give up smoking, or cut out sugar, or quit snapping at your kids. Here are five healthy habits to encourage your success and help you achieve your health goals.
And have a happy, healthy New Year Stress is simply a fact of life. Some stress is good. It motivates us to action and helps us meet deadlines. Other types of stress turns toxic, robbing us of happiness and stealing our ability to function at our best. Regardless of what control we have over the stress situation, what we do have control over is our stress resilience.
"Unlike any other primary care clinic in Las Vegas, Turntable Health was a success, medically. By emphasizing prevention and doctor-patient relationships, Damania’s practice achieved superior quality outcomes, while providing rapid access to care and high patient satisfaction. But from an economic perspective, the clinic was a bust. Insurers shied away from member fees, insisting on more traditional reimbursements, which directly contradicted Damania's long-term health strategy. Turntable Health was forced to close its doors in January 2017, just three years after opening."