Views Archive of: Health Navigation

Breaking Down the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) for Employers and Why Maternity Is a Priority Area to Address

The passage and implementation of the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) of 2021 significantly raised the stakes for employers who self-insure their health benefit plans under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). The law requires employers to demonstrate that the...

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Roe v. Wade Reversal Has Far-Reaching Implications for the Future of Maternal Health in the U.S. How Do We Prepare and Respond?

Abortion is a highly personal and polarizing topic that has been heavily politicized in the U.S.  The recent Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has opened the floodgates and sparked strong emotions on both sides of the debate....

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How Digital Front Doors Can Enable Value-Based Care - Must Listen Podcast

The digital front door has been a hot trend in healthcare for the last several years. And many solutions have rushed to stake their claim as THE digital front door for patients. But as an industry, we don’t even have a clear...

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Filling the Jar: How We Can Make Healthcare Whole as We Navigate a New Normal

Some experts predict the COVID-19 pandemic will be a portal to a tech-enabled healthcare future, a watershed moment for the industry that will lead to unprecedented transformation. Others fear the current momentum to integrate virtual and remote care won’t be...

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What Is Around the Corner for Medicaid In the Midst of COVID-19, and How Can We Be Prepared?

COVID-19 is further burdening the U.S. healthcare system with every passing day. Our front line healthcare workers are in a battle to contain the spread, to secure adequate medical supplies and to limit...

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Faster Than a Virus: We Need to Reduce the Spread of Noise, Oversharing and Misinformation for COVID-19

By Leah Sparks, Founder and CEO   Pretty much everyone has an update to share on COVID-19. Which is absolutely acceptable and understandable, until it isn’t. We live...

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