Effective Benefits Communication

By: Nic Hayes For communication to be effective, it needs to be correct, clear, and concise. Additionally, and maybe more importantly, that communication also needs to be delivered in a way that it can be ...


Platinum Quality at Bronze Prices

By: Nic Hayes Typically, the price of an item is an indication of its value. For example, you would assume that a more expensive car would be safer, last longer, and have more additional features than a less ...


Revolutionizing Healthcare Access: The Proactive MD Approach

By: Proactive MD Across the nation, provider shortages are alarmingly pervasive. This is especially true for rural areas and those lacking substantial healthcare infrastructure to support access to care for ...


Optimal Well-Being: Thriving Personally and Professionally

By: Nic Hayes Well-being goes beyond physical health; it encompasses the mental and emotional conditions as well. For many people across the country, there has been a rise in the awareness of the importance of ...


Prevention is Better Than the Cure

By: Nic Hayes Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell was the first woman in America to receive a medical degree; however, doing so was not easy. Along her journey to obtaining her degree, she was met with discrimination and ...


Great Surgeons, Great Outcomes

By: Nic Hayes Answering the question of who’s a great surgeon is a challenging but important one – especially if you consider that a surgery with complications can send an employee into disability and cost ...


Planning for Life's Most Difficult Times

By: Nic Hayes We don’t like to think about it, but a change in health or an accident can happen to any of us; however, most of us don’t plan for it. In fact, many of us put more thought and planning into a ...


Addressing Employees' Number One Stressor

By: Nic Hayes Financial concerns are the number one source of stress in America. Every day, people across the country go to work in order to provide for themselves and family; however, oftentimes, going to ...


Providing Care for Employee's 'Best Friends'

By: Nic Hayes You’ve probably heard the phrase “a dog is a man’s best friend”, but giving dogs that title is unfair to all of the other pets that also serve as a cheerful companion to men and women across the ...


Gen Z Walks Into a Benefits Conference

By: Nic Hayes Last week, some of our team attended the ASCEND Agency Growth and Leadership Summit hosted by NextGen Benefits in Atlanta. This four-day conference brought together some of the industry’s leading ...


Empowering Patients with Accessible Preventative Care

By: Katelyn Bush Higher Costs, Fewer Returns Each year, employers spend millions to keep their workforces healthy and productive. Yet, what is the return on investment? Health costs have risen dramatically in ...


Direct Primary Care: A True Front Door to Healthcare

By: Nic Hayes Primary care in the US is broken. Primary care clinicians should be the front door to the healthcare system, with the ability to take care of most of your healthcare issues and long-term, ...


Teaming Up for Total Worker Health

By: Nic Hayes Teamwork makes the dream work – a cliché phrase you’ve probably heard time and time again since the tee-ball days. However, when it comes to total worker health, the partnership between Medcor ...


Gag Clause Attestation: What You Need to Know

By: Nic Hayes Beginning in 2023, employer-sponsored health plans must attest to compliance with the gag clause prohibition annually. With the first attestation deadline being December 31, 2023, Jennifer ...


An International Solution to Rising Prescription Medication Costs

By: Nic Hayes If you’ve been grocery shopping recently, you’ll notice that a number of common groceries have increased in price over the past couple of years. Although prices continue to rise, you continue to ...


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