Employers can easily identify vulnerable populations and implement health care strategies to help prevent disease using data.
By Penny Moore|February 24, 2021 at 10:10 AM
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Many health benefits leaders and brokers would be happy to simply get more timely, accurate medical and pharmacy claims data that can help guide better health benefits planning. Even better would be insights that are actionable (beyond the table stakes of data aggregation). But perhaps we’re on the brink of employers taking the plunge into data in a way that can become more visionary — because ending preventable disease is within reach given the vast amounts of data we have on employee populations.
2020 was a challenging year in which employers stepped up to demonstrate care for their employees’ well-being. The next step in that progression is taking on the challenge of getting ahead of disease.
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