Digital healthcare guidance: Supporting healthcare benefits cost savingsDigital healthcare guidance: Supporting healthcare benefits cost savings

Digital healthcare guidance: Supporting healthcare benefits cost savings

February 17, 2022
Katie Cobb

Learn about one of the easiest ways to contain healthcare costs without making drastic changes to your benefits program.

Driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, the last two years have been an anomaly for healthcare benefits programs largely due to deferred non-emergency care and rapid adoption of telemedicine.

Now more than ever, it is critical to understand the primary factors that influence the cost of care and how a digital healthcare navigation platform drives cost savings for self-insured employers while guiding employees and their covered dependents to the best available care options at the best price.

Download the eBook to learn more about:

• How the right care setting can lead to better health and lower costs

• How healthcare quality and cost information influences decision-making

• Why plan members struggle to stay in-network-How to improve engagement in employer-sponsored health benefits

• How digital healthcare guidance reduces healthcare costs

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