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Addressing Social and Community Context to Improve Health Outcomes

For our health and well-being, where we live geographically is just as important as our social and community context —…

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Learning From the Navy’s Value-Based Care Implementation

Value-based care implementation is a top priority for today's health care organizations, but many are unsure of how to…

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Baby Boomers and Health Care: How Value-Based Care Can Help

Baby boomers and health care are two subjects that should be on every employer's radar. There are roughly 75 million…

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When most people think about staying healthy, the first things that spring to mind are cutting down on fast food, logging…

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How PCP-Employee Engagement Lowers Costs and Keeps Employees Healthy

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How Employers Can Address Poverty to Improve Health Outcomes

It's a striking statistic: According to the United States Census Bureau, nearly 40 million U.S. residents live in poverty.…

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Why Patient Centricity Matters in Health Care Today

Patient centricity is all about putting patients first — making them the "center" of the health care experience. In a…

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Why You Should Consider Vocational Rehab Services

Why You Should Consider Vocational Rehab Services

Nearly one million individuals with disabilities received vocational rehabilitation services in 2016 — and over half of…

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Preparing for Open Enrollment Is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

As with any long-distance race, preparing for open enrollment is all about endurance — taking your time, pacing yourself…

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Tips on Managing Employees With Medical Conditions

In New Jersey, a man won a wrongful termination lawsuit after his company fired him for leaving the worksite to get his…

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