Affordable coverage and quality care for every American
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Telehealth usage has exploded during the COVID-19 crisis, making a huge impact on how Americans get care. Check out our new infographic with stats and our recommendations for keeping it strong.
If you’re feeling stressed (and aren’t we all?), your employer or health insurance provider may offer wellness services that can help.
Webinar: Join us on 7/9 as @AccentureHealth shows how to anticipate consumer health behaviors and use post-pandemic to manage cost of care.
Health Insurance providers are taking action to ensure patients have access to high-quality and affordable mental health care, especially as we work to overcome the COVID-19 crisis.
Webinar: Join us on 7/14 as ActiveHealth Management discusses an approach to the seriously ill patient & the benefits of a comprehensive care model.
Medicaid is the largest health care program in the country, covering about 1 in 5 Americans. The federal government and states partner with health insurance providers to offer vital services to the most vulnerable populations, like our military veterans.
Air ambulances generate some of the most egregious surprise bills related to medical emergencies. It’s time to introduce federal oversight and protect patients.
Outbreaks of once life-threatening infectious diseases have been greatly reduced by vaccines. However, these illnesses can still be spread to people who are not protected by vaccines.
For Americans with diabetes, access to insulin is life-saving. Since Big Pharma has raised the price by 300% in the last few years, health insurance providers are capping out-of-pocket costs for patients so they can afford this vital medication.
A CDC study showed that as people get older, their frequency of dental visits decreases. These important routine visits can help detect problems like poor nutrition and even some cancers. Here is how health insurance providers help expand access to care.