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Virtual care helps people access the resources and guidance they need to be their happiest and healthiest selves. In this episode, Amanda Haeffner, VP of Client Services for SentryHealth talks with Lee Monroe, Manager of Finance and Administration for Georgia Bankers Association Insurance Trust (GBAIT), about the importance of good health and wellbeing at work and why GBAIT offers virtual care to its members.
Today’s employees have come to expect that they’ll be taken care of by their employers. That means solid benefits and positive opportunities to improve their health. We talk with Lauren Perry, SVP of NCBA about the importance of good health and wellbeing in the workplace and how virtual care can meet the needs of employees in an affordable, yet high-quality way.
Discover how to be the first line of defense against high employee healthcare costs with guest Emma Fox, Partner and COO of E Powered Benefits.
In this episode of For Your Benefits, Katharine Manning, President of Blackbird DC and author of The Empathetic Workplace, shares five ways trauma-informed leaders can ease employee anxiety.
With virtual care, people are empowered to get the help they need when they need it most, reducing the risk of more acute (and more costly) care. Whether they're seeking mental health support, chronic condition care, or health and wellbeing coaching, trained experts are just a few clicks away. In this episode we chat with Jackson McConnell, Chairman and CEO of Pinnacle Financial Corporation, about how virtual care has proven necess...
As healthcare costs continue to rise, employers are looking for innovative ways to reduce spending without sacrificing quality. Reference based pricing (RBP) is an alternative to more traditional, carrier-based plans favored by many self-insured employers for its cost containment value. In this episode, RPB experts Ed Dillabough and Scott Crawford dive into what reference based pricing is, how it works, and why a value-based benefi...
Offering a robust benefits package is a terrific way to increase employee retention, expand recruitment efforts, and show employees that they are valued. With the competition for talent remaining fierce in 2023, Scot and Kate Grooms discuss the top emerging benefit trends that can act as powerful differentiators for businesses that would like to maintain a competitive edge.
Many chronic conditions are often preventable and even manageable through simple lifestyle changes. Employers are in a unique position to help employees combat these conditions through benefits that focus on whole-person care. In this episode, Sherree Telford will be discussing chronic conditions and how they are a growing concern for employers.
Empathy is a key component of leadership — especially when it comes to benefits and compensation. After all, if you can’t understand why employees value certain benefits or how they react to changes, then you won’t be able to make informed decisions about the programs that impact them most. In this episode, Ben Conner shares with us why it’s key to put empathy at the core of benefit choices, and why he believes that it should start...
Employers want to offer their employees the best possible health benefits but don't want to overpay. How can benefits advisors help their clients make healthcare more affordable and accessible to employees while still being mindful of cost? In this episode, Chris Wolpert discusses why educating and engaging employees is important to combating rising health care costs.
As health care costs continue to rise, benefit advisors and employers face major challenges when it comes to providing high-quality, affordable employee health benefits. In this episode we discuss some of these challenges and offer cost-saving strategies.
The FTC recently launched an investigation into PBMs regarding their role in increasing prescription drug prices. In this episode, we talk with Catherine Hall, RN, Director of Prescription Drug Management for SentryHealth about the inquiry and how benefits advisors can protect their clients from bad PBM practices.
Hear Coley Williams, LMFT, Director of Mental Health at Wellview, discuss our current mental health crisis and what employers and others should be doing to support employees and their families.
Employers are under enormous pressure to control medical costs for themselves and their employees. As a result, one of the top priorities for self-funded employers should be to reduce prescription drug expenses. In this episode of For Your Benefits, we talk with Catherine Hall, Director of SentryHealth's Prescription Drug Management Program, about the effect of rising drug costs and what employers and consumers can do to control sp...
In this episode of For Your Benefits, SentryHealth Vice President Ed Dillabough, and Al Lewis, CEO of Quizzify, discuss how benefits advisors and employers can help employees find the best medical specialists using comprehensive data and clinical expertise.
Imagine a workplace where each person feels that they're bringing their best selves to work each day. They leave the workday feeling supported, inspired, and heard. But is this happening? In this episode, we talk with Dr. Rosie Ward, about how to rehumanize the workplace in a world that is rapidly becoming more complex with disruptions being the norm. Do employees feel comfortable taking risks and expressing themselves without fear...
For many employees, self-care is often seen as a luxury reserved for days off of work. However, self-care needs to be a part of an ongoing effort for better physical, social, and emotional health. Leadership trainer Jason Lauritsen talks with us about why self-care in the workplace is vital to both employees, managers, and organizations as a whole.
Leaders are in a unique position to lead by example and to promote workplace health. In this episode, we talk with Laura Putnam, Founder and CEO of Motion Infusion, about how workplace health and wellbeing are important and the unique role that managers play in empowering employees to feel better.
A top priority for organizations is to attract and retain top employees. And with a highly competitive market, companies cannot afford high turnover. In this episode, we talk with Allison Holzer, Co-CEO and Chief Innovations Officer of InspireCorps about why business leaders need to have a coaching mindset in order to cultivate talent.
Company culture can affect many aspects of an organization, including satisfaction, recruitment, retention, and productivity. In this episode, Brad Shuck, EdD, a recognized thought-leader in employee engagement and leadership, shares his extensive research on the value of high employee engagement and how corporate leaders can (and should) build and sustain a strong company culture.
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