Open enrollment is just around the corner (have you prepared yet? If not, check out my suggestions here on getting ready). And like they do every year, premiums will be going up. But, there is some good news!
In order to make our healthcare system better, providers need to get away from an emphasis on the quantity of services delivered and move towards recognizing and rewarding quality, high-value care.
Not only are women affected by this cancer, men are too. Entire communities feel the effects. Let us advocate for and with them.
Don’t just re-enroll in the health plan you’ve been using for years. Reflect on the HDHP + HSA advantages which can dramatically improve your present and future financial life.
Northern Kentucky Independent District Health Department uses its $16.3 million budget to fund programs that prevent disease, promote wellness and protect against health threats.
Rory Cooper has dedicated his professional life to crafting technologies that help veterans live life to the fullest.
If government employees think CX is important, why isn’t it taking off in individual agencies? How can the public sector better meet – even exceed – the expectations of citizen users?
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The health insurance open enrollment period – which will take place from November 1 to December 15 this year – is still months away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start preparing yourself now for making a decision about what coverage you might want when the time comes.
Dr. Leana Wen, Commissioner of Health for the city of Baltimore and soon-to-be mom, argues that the currency of inequality is years of life and that public servants must lead with compassion and urgency to level the playing field of inequality.