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  1. 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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  2. Feature Engineering in Healthcare Analytics

    Jason Rudy, Data Scientist / Programmer and Matt Lewis, Programmer / Product Manager In a previous blog post, we walked through the process of building a predictive model using healthcare data. One of the things we touched on briefly there, was how important…

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  3. 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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  4. Nurse Care Navigators’ Value to the Self-Insured Health Plan

    Advanced Plan for Health (APH) recently published a blog briefly illustrating the value of nurse care navigators. Nurse care navigators provide self-funded employers with informed health plan management action items devised to improve health plan functionality. Most importantly, however, care management provides employees the…

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  5. Wellness Program Success Factors

    Healthcare costs have spiked a whopping 250 percent, accounting for 5.0 percent of U.S. Gross Domestic Product in 1960 and 17.5 percent in 2014, according to research jointly published by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Office of the Actuary, National Health Statistics…

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Wellness: Better Data, Better Buy-in, Better Savings

    2017 will usher in a new era of healthcare in America – driven in large part by political, systematic and procedural redirection and, perhaps most significantly, by technological innovation. Last year we saw many health IT innovations take shape, ranging from predictive…

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  9. 20 Daily Minutes of Stress-Free Recreation in the Workforce and What It Could Mean to Employers

    “And you can’t imagine what has happened in the company. People who used to have migraines, don’t. People are sleeping better. People have better relationships. People interact with other people better. It’s been fantastic.” – Oprah Winfrey Self-insured employers know this all too well: creating and…

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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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