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Wall Street Journal Webinar Review: The Future of Health

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) recently provided its audience with a wide-ranging webinar discussion that covered the nation’s ability to address unprecedented Covid19 challenges like proper testing and tracking, social distancing limitations, and a dangerous societal decline in mental health. The WSJ…

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  1. Transparency and Health Costs: Why it Matters

    To keep health plan costs in check, it is imperative that benefits managers at self-funded companies have access to updated, accurate information about the specific costs of medical procedures, equipment and treatment, among other data points.  In fact, medical costs have increased…

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  2. Not All Data is Equal

    For self-insured employers, one purpose of predictive analytics software is to tell a narrative – to expound on the history of an employee population’s health. Lab data, claims and biometrics data (to name just a few data-sets) are analyzed and structured in…

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  3. What Benefits Managers Can Do Today to Immediately Reduce Healthcare Costs

    Identifying health plan risks is a multi-faceted, complex and daunting undertaking for self-insured companies who wish to proactively mitigate rising healthcare costs. However, even those employers who haven’t invested in claims data analysis can make quick, significant gains by addressing population health…

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  4. Analytics, Group Benefits Design and The Battle Against Addiction

    It’s no secret, every great war general knows that knowledge is power. In the fight against diseases that ravage a health plan, data is knowledge. The days when data analytics was viewed as an emerging trend, and its benefits known to only…

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  5. Having Surgery Is Like Running a Marathon

    Most people would not participate in a 5K run without training. Yet folks go for elective surgery every day without building their nutritional status and improving their physical conditioning.  Studies over many years have shown the value of sound nutritional status on…

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  6. Three of the Costliest Health Conditions Ravaging Your Health Plan, and Steps for Prevention

    Within the population health community, it is well known that a small percentage of health plan members with chronic conditions are typically responsible for the lion’s share of plan costs. This portion of the employee population is often referred to as the…

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  7. Questions for the Self-Insured Employers to Consider When Selecting a Benefits Broker

    For self-insured employers, selecting a broker is without a doubt one of the most important parts of designing a health benefits plan. In a sense, the selection itself marks the beginning of the plan design process. Bad health plan design will almost…

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  8. Targeting Doctor Shopping, Prescription Abuse With Analytics: Population Health Lessons from the Front Lines

    Healthcare data analysis has had a profound impact on how health insurers, brokers and self-insured employers approach benefits design and population health management (PHM). It has ushered in a new era wherein dynamic data insight drives decision-making, lowers risk and cuts costs…

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  9. Competitive Advantages That Every Health Insurance Broker Should Know

    On June 6th, predictive analytics provider Advanced Plan for Health (APH) teamed up with Business Insurance magazine for an insightful and educational hour-long webinar “Playing Hard, All Four Quarters: How Health Data Analytics and Predictive Modelling Yield Year-Round Competitive Advantages for Successful…

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Constructing a Healthier Company

Barriere Construction is a family owned asphalt construction company in Metairie, Louisiana. The client desired to proactively initiate programs to improve the health of the workforce, and their dependents, to better control the burden of providing health benefits. Read More

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