Telehealth fosters a symbiotic relationship between employers and healthcare providers. Here’s what doctors want businesses to know about virtual care...
Artificial intelligence in telehealth leads to more accurate diagnoses in less time. Here’s why businesses should consider leveraging AI to increase employee productivity and satisfaction.
From boosting utilization and satisfaction to saving money and time, an internal telehealth champ may be the key to maximizing the benefits of virtual care.
With thousands of new Omicron cases each day and more Americans prioritizing their mental health, teletherapy benefits could be the key to helping businesses thrive in tumultuous times.
MeMD shares its outlook for telehealth in 2022 in areas including value-based care, mental health, provider shortages, transparency and more.
Instead of traditional healthcare, they want control of how, where and when they access care. Said simply, Gen Z and Millennials want simplicity, convenience, flexibility and speed.
Post-pandemic telehealth has expanded its scope dramatically and proven its value and efficacy across the healthcare continuum–well beyond urgent care.
Stigma or not, as business leaders, we have all witnessed the effects of mental illness in the workplace – and it’s only getting worse amid COVID-19.
Virtual primary care is the next big thing in the benefits worlds. Choosing the right telehealth partner is key. Let these questions guide your decision...
There’s a lot more you can address in a virtual doctor visit than flu symptoms or stomach upset. Find out how telehealth offers greater flexibility and control when it comes to your self-care and wellness.
Millennials bring vastly different expectations to the workplace. When it comes to healthcare, the generation of on-demand everything prioritizes speed and convenience over routine visits with a PCP.
With the rise of telehealth–especially in light of COVID-19 and the availability of advanced technological modalities–ATH has taken asynchronous care to the next level.
Virtual Primary Care Improves Outcomes for Employees with Chronic Conditions, Drives Down Costs for...
Chronic conditions cost U.S. businesses $36.4 billion a year because of employee absenteeism. The good news is that primary care can drive these costs down...