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Insider News: Ways to safely enjoy July 4th weekend

Posted by AllWays Health Partners blog team on July 02, 2020

Coronavirus cases are on the rise in parts of the country, making it more important than ever to stay safe during the holiday weekend. We're sharing some tips for how to reduce your risk and a few fun alternatives to crowded parades and fireworks shows.

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Topics: Insider News, COVID-19

Free health insurance resources for businesses

Posted by AllWays Health Partners blog team on June 30, 2020

In the past few months, we’ve created a few new resources to help brokers and employers choose which health plan to offer or make the most of their current plan. From plan comparisons to health literacy, these resources are designed to make health insurance easier to understand and access.

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Topics: AllWays Health Partners

Insider News: Shifting trends

Posted by AllWays Health Partners blog team on June 25, 2020

This week we're covering shifting health care trends, from technology to hospital visits. Learn how telemedicine is increasing patient satisfaction, how health insurance coverage is shifting post-COVID-19, and an unintended side-effect of stay-at-home mandates.

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Topics: Insider News, COVID-19

How coronavirus impacts physical and mental health

Posted by AllWays Health Partners blog team on June 24, 2020

There’s no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on our mental health and made certain aspects of daily life more challenging on many levels. To better understand the pandemic's impact on health, we recently asked members of our online AllWays Community about their coronavirus-related concerns, feelings, and habits. We’re sharing those results with you today.

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Topics: Behavioral health, Health & wellness, COVID-19

Insider News: Returning to get necessary health care

Posted by AllWays Health Partners blog team on June 18, 2020

While COVID-19 remains a danger to people across the country, fear of catching coronavirus has created another dangerous health issue: many people are avoiding necessary care. Here are two surveys that outline the problem, along with some insight into why this troubling trend continues despite health care providers urging patients to seek care when needed.

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Topics: Insider News, COVID-19