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In response to the Affordable Care Act, companies have become proactive – out of regulatory and business necessity – in retooling their health benefits strategy to manage and/or reduce costs. As a result, employees are now being given more responsibility in choosing their health benefits. This...


Nancy J. Ham, CEO, Medicity  
Madhavi Vemireddy, MD, CMO and Head of Product Management, ActiveHealth Management

Data-driven care management for high-risk populations is usually discussed in terms of clinical outcomes, but the systems that drive these efforts...

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With employee health benefits in a state of evolution, we wanted to hear from employers where they thought all this change might take us in five years. The results from our sponsored research offer some interesting insights on an industry in flux.  The Benefits Outlook 2020 report shows...

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Commentary: As the health care industry makes progress in the shift from volume to value, technology solutions that promote clinical excellence, improve patient satisfaction and reduce costs are more in demand than ever. Solutions that support these goals hold tremendous value not just for...

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The concept of a “culture of health” as a key pillar of employer or health plan wellness programs isn’t new. What is new is the pressure facing organizations to help groom their members for a successful transition into the realm of “educated health care consumers” while still focused on the ever...


In a new article published by Payers and Providers, Shawn Moore discusses the importance of health data analytics and program design, particularly around the use of incentives, as part of effective population health management. Check out the full article, “Population Health Meets Tracking:...

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Many Americans with advanced illness are not truly receiving the care they want. A majority would prefer to be at home during end of life, yet 54% of Medicare beneficiaries are reaching the end of life in hospitals or intensive care. Services that provide enhanced care management in support of...

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Wadida Murib-Holmes, Executive Director accompanied by
her daughter and Scott Money, Business Program Project Manager


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