Businesses, Not the Government, Still Steer Health Care Innovation

During World War II, federally imposed controls prohibited employers from raising wages to attract workers, but the War Labor Board at that time decided that “fringe” benefits, such as health insurance, didn’t count as wages. And that was the rise of employer-sponsored health insurance as we know it today—a way for companies to differentiate themselves … Continue reading Businesses, Not the Government, Still Steer Health Care Innovation

Care Coordinators Help Bridge Gaps in Patient Care

Remember your guidance counselor from high school? You may not have appreciated it back then, but they worked very hard behind-the-scenes to create a comprehensive picture of your educational career. They kept track of your grades, compared notes between your teachers, reminded you about important deadlines, inquired about your home life and provided support and … Continue reading Care Coordinators Help Bridge Gaps in Patient Care