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Rethinking Chronic Care

Omada Health’s Virtual-First Care is rewriting the playbook for chronic care management.
Some 133 million Americans live with diabetes, hypertension, or other chronic conditions, and the traditional health care model does not always serve them well.
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Access Granted

Innovative companies are removing barriers to health care.
While management teams wonder why their health care rates increased again and how much they’ll need to pass on to employees in the form of higher premiums, deductibles, and copays, some truly innovative leaders in the health care space are embracing bold solutions to reduce costs, improve care, and increase access to care.
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Protecting Our Pets

Embrace Pet Insurance innovates coverage for furry friends.
For most people, health insurance involves a card that gets scanned at the doctor’s office, and it usually means paying a small copay for a standard visit. That’s well and good for humans, but what about our furry friends?
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Averting Price Catastrophes

Specialty Care Management provides health cost solutions.
A risk management company in Pennsylvania is setting the standard for controlling catastrophic claims. Specialty Care Management provides an à la carte solution to self-funded health plans, with offerings ranging from outpatient dialysis to oncology.
Benefits

Smart Smiles

Beam Dental adds data to dental health.
Beam Dental is disrupting the dental insurance market and pioneering smart new ways to promote wellness among its subscribers.
Benefits

5 Factors: What Every Benefits Manager Should Consider Before 2023

While there are countless considerations about the impact of health benefit decisions on both employers and employees, there are some important factors worth watching as you begin the planning process.
The start of any year is a time of massive change. People make resolutions designed to better themselves. Holiday decorations begin to come down. And numerous benefits plans roll over and start anew for members. While the hustle and bustle of benefits open season is an exciting time for human resources folks everywhere, that chaos has calmed down by the time January rolls around.
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