Ongoing Pilot Project Finding Up to 24% Increase in Medication Refills

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 82% of U.S. adults take at least one medication and...

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Four Essential Skills to Impact Member Care

As the pandemic continues to unfold, the value and dedication of nurses is more apparent than ever. Nurses have always...

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Eight Questions to Ask When Evaluating Nurse Line Vendors

A nurse line can be a valuable resource for your members, helping them assess their symptoms, understand their...

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Ready to See Impactful Lifestyle Changes in Your Members? Readiness vs. Risk-Based Population Health

We all know that smoking is bad for you, just like we all know that a nutritious diet and exercise are good for you....

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Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Self-Care and Proper Support for Heart Health

More than 800,000 Americans die of cardiovascular disease every year. That’s one in three deaths.[1] But as we enter...

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Non-Emergent Reasons Why People Visit the Emergency Department and How to Avoid Them

An average trip to the emergency department (ED) carries a price tag of $1,389, with a wait time of over two hours.[1],

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Changes in the Stars: The Pandemic's Impact on Star Ratings

The pandemic continues to have a profound impact on healthcare and that includes the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid...

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Rising to the Challenge of Increasing Breast Cancer Screenings During Difficult Times

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among women in the United States, with approximately 255,000 women...

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Is a Nurse Line What Your Members Need: Learn Who's Calling Our Nurse Advice Line

People from all walks of life call a nurse line for a wide variety of reasons. So how do you know if a nurse line is...

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