The Health Decision Support Tools community showcases the latest news and innovative tools employers offer to their workforce population to educate and aid the employee to make better health care decisions and life choices.
Price transparency tools. A hot topic, but to be more than a niche strategy, the tools available to health plan members must be actually used by those members. So how do employers get health plan members to actually use the tools available to them?
As the U.S. health care system undergoes significant change, consumers must adapt by taking greater responsibility for their health care decisions, including choosing health insurance plans and managing medical expenses.
What’s the best time to learn about the cost and quality of care? Is it when you get the bill or when you choose the doctor or hospital?
Game design and health benefits don't obviously share a lot in common. However, at the recent Design + Benefits webinar, James Currier – Jiff’s founder and a former game designer – made the connection, explaining that benefits administrators should consider using game design principles to boost engagement in health benefits
Round includes major mutual fund investor, Greylock and Venrock and brings company's total funding to $106 Million
Industry veteran to lead consumer health care expenses advisor through next phase of growth and services expansion
The combination of price transparency tools plus consumer health care accounts will enable consumers to optimize their health care spending and maximize their health care savings
As the IHC Froum West kicked off last week, Monocle Health Data released its white paper examining the health care transparency revolution.
Major discrepancies exist between patient preferences and the medical care they receive for many common conditions. Shared decision making (SDM) is a process where a patient and clinician faced with more than one medically acceptable treatment option jointly decide which option is best based on
The Center for Health Transformation, along with nearly 40 of its members, met to develop tripartisan solutions for payment reform. These solutions will provide better overall health and better care outcomes at lower costs to Americans.