How will the pandemic impact employer-sponsored health benefits? Here's a look at expert opinions on emerging trends resulting from COVID-19, along with a guide to help employers choose a financial wellness program for their business and statistics on Americans' worsening mental health.
Will telehealth become part of the new normal? Coronavirus has made virtual visits into a mainstream part of health care. And, telehealth is on a path to change the industry as we know it. Here are some perspectives on the future of telehealth, along with news about the impact it's already having.
For many parents, working from home with kids in the house is yet another new and stressful experience brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Between balancing work responsibilities, helping kids with school work, and the everyday tasks of running a household, things like ‘free time’ and ‘self-care’ can start to seem like a fantasy. That’s why we’re sharing some coping strategies and survival skills for parents from our recent workshop on cultivating self-care during the pandemic.
What will the workplace look like after COVID-19? Many people are wondering how the pandemic will change the way we work, even after we return to the office. Here's a look at some possible changes to benefits, office layouts, and employee habits that might be in store.
This post was adapted from content originally posted on AllWays Health Partners' provider blog, Best Practice.
The coronavirus pandemic has completely changed the medical care landscape over the past few months. It has particularly affected outpatient care. Understandably, patients are avoiding doctors and hospitals due to fears that they could become infected with COVID-19. But health care providers are now stressing the importance of continuing to seek medical care in urgent or emergency situations. Here’s what you need to know about declining health care visits and the signs and symptoms that require emergency care.