The COVID ‘outbreak period’ is ending: Action items for employers & health plan sponsors
The outbreak period will end on July 10, 2023 - 60 days after the COVID national emergencies ended - so employers need to decide whether or not to revert to normal cost-sharing for coverage of COVID-19 tests and vaccines.
Will these 9 'megatrends' define health care for the next ten years?
Ezekiel J. Emanuel lays out his predictions for what will drive health care in the foreseeable future, from value-based payments and mental health parity to improved maternity and newborn care.
It's time to take action on PBMs' anti-competitive practices, lawmakers say
Industry says any statutory or regulatory push must examine the full prescription drug supply chain.
Sponsored by Grail
Closing The Cancer Gap: Health Inequities And How Employers Can Help
Cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment outcomes remain stubbornly dire for underserved and hard-to-reach populations. But employers are in a powerful position to address the health inequities and social determinants that shape those statistics. Download this eBook to learn strategies to affect meaningful change in employee health.
Sponsored by ArmadaCare
Plan changes are inevitable. And changes can often lead to unhappy clients. Download this infographic and learn how to mitigate those unwanted changes now without breaking the bank.
Sponsored by Peppy Health Corporation
6 Steps to Support Colleagues Going Through Menopause
Download this white paper and learn about a high-impact tool to improve your employees’ health and well-being; helping your organization become a destination employer.
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