Healthcare and Cost Containment for Employers: "Stop Rationing Primary Care," Issue #2

Health insurance plans are based on a rationed primary care model. Over the past decade, ever-higherdeductibles, increases in the percentage of costs an employee pays for services subject to cost-sharing arrangements, and the proliferation of...

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Healthcare & Cost Containment: First Stop Health's New Employer Newsletter

Can Employers Rein in Healthcare Spending?

Welcome to the inaugural issue of Healthcare & Cost Containment from First Stop Health.

This newsletter focuses on exploring the causes of the healthcare cost crisis confronting U.S. employers, and...

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FIRST STOP HEALTH REPORTS TRIPLE-DIGIT REVENUE GROWTH ON HIGH MEMBER UTILIZATION

 

May 7, 2018,--CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE, First Stop Health)--First Stop Health, a leader in the telemedicine sector of the virtual-care industry, announced details of its 2017 annual results today at the HLTH conference in Las Vegas.

“In 2017 we...

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Employee Benefits Adviser: First Stop Health and Teladoc Discuss the Challenges Facing Employee Telemedicine Programs

At the recent EBA Workplace Benefits Renaissance conference,  First Stop Health President David Guttman, and Teladoc Vice President Anne Stowell discussed the challenges of implementing a high-value telemedicine program. Click here to read the...

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First Stop Health Adds $650,000 in Financing to Continue Rapid Revenue Growth

CHICAGO--()--First Stop Health, a leader in the telemedicine industry, announced today that it has secured $650,000 in additional financing, through a convertible note. First Stop Health has now raised a total of $7.85 million in equity.

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First Stop Health's Successful Engagement Drives Telemedicine Usage and Savings for Cuyahoga County

When the Educational Service Center of Cuyahoga County in Ohio was looking for a way to enhance healthcare for its faculty and staff and trim costs, it initiated an employer telehealth program in July 2017. And while hospital IT shops might not...

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Telemedicine: Healthcare Cost Savings that Make Employees Happy

Several recent surveys indicate that U.S. employers expect healthcare costs to increase between 5.0% and 6.5% in 2018.  As compared to the past several years, these projections reflect an upward increase in the rate of growth of healthcare costs

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Four Criteria for Choosing and Implementing a High Impact Employee Benefit

In today’s highly competitive business landscape, attracting and retaining top talent is a central goal for corporate leaders and their human resources divisions.  In this ongoing battle, choosing and implementing high impact employee benefits play...

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7 Best Low-Cost Benefits for Working Moms

Today, women comprise 47% of the U.S. workforce. In 2015, the U.S. Labor Department estimated that 70% of all mothers with children under 18 participated in the labor force, representing 34% of all working women. Over the past thirty years, the...

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