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  1. APH Counterpoints to Recent Workplace Wellness Study Findings

      Not all Wellness Programs are Created Equal As our leadership team read the recent uChicago News article titled “Workplace wellness programs fail to improve health, study finds,” we felt compelled to share our counterpoints based on decades of experience supporting wellness…

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  2. Keys to Truly Impactful and Measurable Employer Health & Wellness Programs

    With medical costs rising, pharmaceutical costs quickly meeting or exceeding medical costs and miraculous specialty drugs coming in at nosebleed costs, optimizing employee health and saving for catastrophic events is paramount to afford expensive lifesaving medicines and treatments, along with inevitable catastrophic…

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  3. New Diabetic Guidelines Aim to Improve Diabetic Care but Differ, Causing Confusion

    Barbara Rutkowski, EdD, MSN, CCM – Vice President, Clinical Operations, Advanced Plan for Health  All entities managing health plans – self-insured employers, health plans, brokers and more – need to take note of the impact of diabetes on the health of their members…

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  4. Telecommunication (Telemedicine) And Healthcare Management

    Technology has significantly advanced within the healthcare industry over the past decade. From the Affordable Care Act to wearable device technology, healthcare is transitioning to a more comprehensive, accessible, interoperable and personalized way of managing population health. Employers, health insurance brokers and…

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. Elements of Top-Notch Data Analytics Risk Engine

    In today’s healthcare world, benefits brokers are primed to gain a competitive edge through harnessing the power of big data analytics. With the right analytics engine, brokers can streamline risk analysis to provide their clients with key insights – at micro and…

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  8. The Self-Insured Employer: By The Numbers

    The further we venture into our modern healthcare system, it becomes more apparent that the self-insured employer understands their potential to slash healthcare costs by creating and effectively implementing custom population health management programs. This is not so surprising of a trend,…

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  9. Invaluable Advice from a Pioneering Data Analytics CEO

    Neil Godbey is President/CEO of The Godbey Group and Chairman/CEO of Advanced Plan for Health (APH). Neil’s management background includes urgent care and occupational medicine clinics, mobile diagnostics, hospital and nursing home management, start-up managed care organizations, IPAs, HMOs, and hospital strategic…

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CASE STUDY

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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