Spotlight Interview: Karen Moseley, President & CEO, Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO)

About Karen Moseley, President & CEO, Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO)  Karen Moseley is president and CEO of the Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO), a national think tank dedicated to advancing best practices in workplace health and well-being. In collaboration with HERO members, Karen and the HERO team provide leadership in

Industry News: Volume 2, Issue 14

30.0 Million People of All Ages Uninsured in U.S. in 2021 By HealthDay consumer.healthday.com-- In 2021, 30.0 million people of all ages were uninsured in the United States, representing a small, but not significant, decrease from 2020, according to early estimates from the National Health Interview Survey, 2021, released by the National

Volume 2, Issue 13: Alex Arnet, Chief Commercial Officer, Lucent Health Discusses Proactive and Customized Health Plan Solutions for Members

Dear Colleagues, This issue brings you Alex Arnet, Chief Commercial Officer, Lucent Health discussing how employers can save money through customized health plan solutions using data transparency, cost control and superior care experiences for the member. Despite the extension on the mask mandate announced by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Industry News: Volume 2, Issue 13

Seven Essential Ingredients for Direct Contracting Success By Laura Carabello The Self Insurer—As forward-thinking self-insured employers and Plan Sponsors face yet another year of growing pressures to further reduce healthcare expenditures, they now recognize that direct contracting relationships with the provider community offer an optimal solution. These arrangements present a unique opportunity to

Volume 2, Issue 12: David Chase, Creator and Founder, Health Rosetta, Discusses Community-Owned Health Plan Initiatives

Dear Colleagues, This issue brings you David Chase, Health Rosetta, to discuss the community-owned health plan initiatives and how this plan also benefits remote patient monitoring. Air travel has been one of the last holdouts for strict pandemic mask requirements and relaxation of the requirement may impact medical travel. In the United States,

Industry News: Volume 2, Issue 12

New Benchmarks for Evaluating Vendors: Benefits Consultants, TPAs and Brokers By Laura Carabello The Self Insurer—Vendors should be prepared to pivot in 2022 as the benefits landscape shifts, challenging them to be accountable, stay relevant and respond to increased pressures for quality and cost-containment. A return-to-normal and business-as-usual approach may be misguided as

Volume 2, Issue 11: Anthony Masotto, Vice President of Pharmacy Solutions, Drexi, Discusses Offering Fair and Honest Pricing on Prescriptions

Dear Colleagues, Although the mask mandate for airplanes and other public transportation extends into April, it is said that the federal government may be preparing to wind down this requirement. As the wave of the Omicron virus recedes and pandemic restrictions in the U.S. begin to lift, we can expect to