Opioids, Women & Employee Benefit Strategies

employee benefit strategies

You won’t find the face of the opioid crisis in an unemployed 28 year-old man; it’s an employed and insured 52 year-old woman. And that can be helped with the right employee benefit strategies. How Much Is Outdated Surgery Costing Your Company? Find out now.  That means employers could bring an end to this era.…

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The Risk of Costly Suboptimal Surgery Has Never Been Greater

The Risk of Suboptimal Surgery Has Never Been Greater (due to Covid-19) Thankfully, rays of sunlight have appeared through the darkness of the Covid-19 pandemic. As life returns to “normal,” healthcare no doubt will resume traditional patterns as well. This leaves business, employee benefits and human resource leaders facing critical questions, including: How do I…

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First-of-its-kind Surgery Program Leads to One-Month Reduction in Recovery Time and Dramatic Lowering of Post-Surgery Painkiller Use

First-of-its-kind Surgery Program Leads to One-Month Reduction in Recovery Time and Dramatic Lowering of Post-Surgery Painkiller Use March 5, 2020 (Austin, TX) – Goldfinch Health has released the first results from its innovative surgery navigation and care management program. Participating patients saved 34 days, on average, in post-surgery recovery, when compared to a national benchmark.…

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A Meaningful Scoreboard for Surgery and Return to Work

Creating a Meaningful Scoreboard for Surgery Navigation and Return to Work A football scoreboard includes just a few key elements—scores, down and distance to first down, quarter and time remaining. The football rulebook, however, is a different story, coming in at just under 100 pages. As we set out to create a Return on Investment…

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