health management

Running, Mental Health, and the Importance of a Good Health Plan

As HealthTrust’s Wellness Coordinator, my job is to help covered individuals use the benefits HealthTrust provides to them. But, until recently I didn’t realize the dramatic difference those health benefits could make in my own life.

A Complete Benefits Package Can Support Employees and Reduce Turnover

Employee benefits matter!

Providing a robust benefits package can not only help you attract and retain talented employees, it can make your employees feel rewarded and appreciated for their work and that could translate into a more productive workplace. Providing comprehensive, quality benefits shows your employees you are invested in their overall health and future. Studies show that employees who have comprehensive benefit packages tend to work harder and are more dedicated to their jobs!

Accessing Care following the Pandemic: What Has Changed, What We Have Learned

While the COVID-19 pandemic has been disruptive in many ways, it also has opened doors to innovation in how care can be delivered. For instance, utilization of virtual care increased exponentially, and surveys demonstrated that the majority of Americans who used virtual care during the pandemic liked the convenience and efficiency of having a health care provider visit them – in their home, at work, or wherever they found to be convenient and private. Surveys show that most people want to continue having this option for care going forward.

Unite with Us New Hampshire: A Coordinated Care Network Webinar

Unite Us in New Hampshire is a network of over 150 local organizations who have come together with one goal in mind: to support the health and wellness of all Granite Staters. This statewide initiative builds on existing work designed to address the health and social needs that have an impact on individuals’ daily lives.

Unite Us in New Hampshire

Unite Us NH

What is Unite Us?

Unite Us builds coordinated care networks aligning stakeholders from healthcare, government and the community around a shared goal to improve health.

Chronic Stress, Workplace Well-Being, and Preventing Burnout

(This article, sponsored by HealthTrust, is provided as part of our collaboration with LifeResources, provider of our Employee Assistance Program to HealthTrust Member Groups that offer HealthTrust medical coverage.)

How many of us have thought to ourselves or uttered aloud, “It’s been more than a year and a half, and we’re still dealing with COVID”?

Important Tips for Employee Benefits Bargaining

Managing employee benefit plans in a collective bargaining environment can be challenging for both employers and unions.  It is important to work with your benefit providers to access their support, resources and expertise early in the negotiation process.  Keep education at the forefront of the process so that all parties have a comprehensive understanding of current benefits and any potential benefit options.  It is important to know before a contract is finalized which benefits are available and can be implemented by your provider.

Valuable Tips to Educate Your Employees about Benefits

Are your employees getting the most from their coverage plan? Providing a comprehensive benefits package is one of the most important things you can do as an employer, but you want to be sure to educate your employees so they understand their benefits and the resources available to help them stay healthy. 

The Corigen Medication Safety Program: Personalized Medicine for Safe, Effective Drug Prescriptions

Medications don’t work the same for everyone. An individual's unique genetic makeup, health conditions, and lifestyle are all factors in how they will respond to a particular medication.

Workplace Wellness Trends for 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many of us to pivot and rethink how and where we work.  With many workplaces going remote, employees’ homes turned into offices, schools and daycare centers.  The thought of offering wellness programs for employees simply fell to the bottom of the list for many employers. 

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