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As you read this, the benefits landscape is undergoing a tectonic shift. The depth and breadth of this shift is unprecedented, and in many ways still unknown. What is the full scope of what’s happening? What benefits strategies will prevail in the coming years? Can public and private marketplaces coexist?
As the cost of basic health care services continues to rise and place an increased burden on individuals and families across the country, consumers need to take a more active role in their health care decisions – especially when it comes to choosing “shopable” health care services.
Dr. Alan Spiro, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Accolade, joined us live in the studio to discuss health engagement and Accolade's personal health assistants. Dr. Spiro explains Accolade's unique solution that empowers consumers to take control of their own health and health care.
It’s no secret: The health care system is complex, costly and confusing. As a result, the consumer health care experience is often frustrating and dissatisfying.
NORC to Partner with Cerner Corporation, Change Healthcare to Examine How Price, Quality and Engagement Approaches Impact Consumer Choice Chicago, IL.
Challenge employers to promote financial resiliency as part of overall health wellness program
Deloitte has issued a report showing that employers view the health care system as wasteful and expensive, and that their keys for improving the system are increased transparency around pricing and performance. The report also reveals that, three years into the implementation of the Affordable
As the IHC Froum West kicked off last week, Monocle Health Data released its white paper examining the health care transparency revolution.
A white paper from Elsevier
A powerful combination of factors has converged on health care in ways that will influence how consumers choose and use medical services. Rising costs, information transparency, and information technology set today’s stage for consumer choice.