Direct primary care (DPC) has been promoted as a way for consumers to save money on primary care services, since there are usually no co-pays or deductibles. By not accepting insurance payments, DPC providers avoid the overhead and complexity of dealing with insurers.
How do you lower the price of health care? The Alliance is here to provide answers.
Employees and employers rarely discuss the caregiving responsibilities at home that can affect their performance at work. Yet, one out of every six U.S. employees is an informal caregiver outside of the workplace for a family member or friend. How can an employer start the conversation with their workforce about work-life balance and promote caregiving benefits?
Summary of testimony by Cheryl DeMars, President and CEO, The Alliance before the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Hearing on Nov. 28, 2018.
Meg Gains, director of the Center for Patient Partnerships at the University of Wisconsin – Madison advises employers to advocate for their employees’ best interests with their TPA.
If you want to reduce your health care costs in the area of orthopedics, it’s time to give chiropractic services a second look.