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      1. BenefitsPro Magazine Focuses on First Stop Health as the Principal Example of a Telemedicine Service Providing High-Value to Employers

        The October 2018 issue of BenefitsPro magazine focuses on high utilization, as demonstrated by First Stop Health, as the essential breakthrough that enables telemedicine services to deliver high-value to employers.

        The article, Telehealth Unleashed:...

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        Why Healthcare Transparency Fails . . . and Navigation Works

        Employers are looking for effective solutions enabling employees to compare healthcare services on both price and quality. Unfortunately, study after study, find that do-it-yourself transparency tools, which rely on patients use of databases,...

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        Inc. Magazine Features First Stop Health as One of Chicago's Fastest Growing Privately-Held Companies

         

        In its continuing coverage of the fastest-growing privately held companies in America, Inc. magazine focused on Chicago. The article noted that 110 companies located in the "Windy City" were included in the Inc 5000 2018 list, and profiled the ...

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        First Stop Health Named to Inc. 500 at #276

        August 21, 2018, CHICAGO--(Business Wire)--First Stop Health was named by Inc. magazine to its 2018 Inc. 500 list of America’s fastest-growing private companies. First Stop Health is #276 on the list, with a three-year growth rate of over 1700%....

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        Cost-Saving Strategies: When Employees Fill Prescriptions

        Last year a Harvard Business Review podcast opened by asking, “What if your doctor told you that you had a chronic disease that could debilitate or even kill you, but that it was 100 percent treatable if you took prescribed medication,...

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        Cost Containment, Employers, and the Diabetes Epidemic

        The U.S. confronts a diabetes epidemic. For employers, the growing diabetes population creates significant expenses. In response, effective digital-powered platforms to reduce treatment costs have emerged. This article discusses the key criteria...

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        When Healthcare Cost Containment Fails

        Each June, (PwC) projects the growth of employer medical costs for the upcoming calendar year. For 2019, PwC expects an “unsustainably high” cost increase of 6%.

        PwC finds that employers now confront a marketplace where consolidation among...

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        Stop Rationing Primary Care

        Health insurance plans are based on a rationed primary care model. Over the past decade, ever-higher deductibles, increases in the percentage of costs an employee pays for services subject to cost-sharing arrangements, and the proliferation of...

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        Employers Must Rein in Healthcare Costs

        In the absence of meaningful government initiatives, employers are on the front lines, faced with choosing either to reign in exploding healthcare costs or to bear the financial consequences.

        In recent months, several notable actions have...

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