OurHealth Data Team Wins at Civic Hackathon

OurHealth’s Data and Analytics Team racked up another impressive win at the recent AT&T IoT Civic Hackathon, a competition that invited developers, designers, students and technologists from all over Indiana to build mobile apps and hardware solutions to help better their state or community and increase first responder capabilities. Using Indiana State Police crash data, […]

My Injury Brought New Perspective

By Stephen Feider, CPA Controller, OurHealth Warren Buffet summarizes U.S. healthcare in one word – the economy’s “tapeworm.” This tapeworm, in part, is what motivates our clients to partner with OurHealth. Suppress the tapeworm – that’s our job. We’ve had rave success, thankfully. With our unique model of employer-sponsored healthcare, patients get healthier, expensive encounters […]

Belk Selects OurHealth as Near-site Clinic Provider

Southern retailer is the latest Charlotte employer to join the fast-growing clinic network. CHARLOTTE (April 16, 2018) – Today, OurHealth is announcing a new partnership with Belk department stores to provide its more than two thousand Charlotte-area associates and their dependents with high-quality and convenient primary care. The newly announced partnership adds to OurHealth’s growing […]

Trending Wellness Benefits to Attract and Retain Top Talent

Today’s employers are pulling out all the stops to attract and retain top talent. US job seekers typically weigh an employer’s perks and benefits before deciding to either stay with a company or accept a new job offer. This means that HR teams, hiring managers, and executive teams in general are under pressure to deliver […]

Health Behaviors You Must Modify to Reduce Healthcare Costs

When it comes to leading a healthy lifestyle, it’s hard for anyone—let alone a company—to tell someone how to live their life. This is why healthcare costs in general are traditionally so inconsistent. For employers with self-funded insurance programs, this inconsistency in employee health behaviors can also cause healthcare costs to fluctuate. In fact, a […]

3 Conditions that Create Staggering Costs for Self-Insured Employers

Chronic conditions are one of the largest forces driving up healthcare costs in today’s environment. More than 86% of all healthcare costs are associated with either chronic conditions or mental illness, and chronic conditions are often preventable cases. For self-insured employers, this can mean a staggering increase in overall healthcare costs. Organizations can proactively address […]

Why Employers Should be Worried About the Looming Doctor Shortage

Today’s healthcare landscape is changing rapidly, and it should come as no surprise that these changes are steadily impacting every single facet of the industry. From diagnostic tests to pharmaceutical costs to post-acute services, prices are steadily rising and skilled workers are hard to come by. Unfortunately, this now includes primary care providers. In fact, […]

Opinion: Employers are Key to Improving Healthcare

by Christina Matoski, Nurse Practitioner at OurHealth It’s no longer news that American healthcare is broken. In the U.S., we spend more than $3 trillion a year on healthcare—more than any other developed nation—yet we are in overall poorer health than similarly developed countries. But dealing with healthcare’s myriad issues isn’t the only challenge facing […]

Focus on Family Helps Detective Solve Health Problems

Detective Will Vasquez assumed his first OurHealth appointment would be routine. His primary care provider had recently left practice and he needed to refill a prescription for hypertension, so he scheduled a medication consultation at MyClinic @ PNC in Indianapolis. But during that initial visit, Vasquez, a 16-year veteran of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, […]

How to Get Buy-In from the C-Suite for Onsite Healthcare

By Kisha Alexander, PhD, MPH As healthcare costs increase and patient care becomes more specialized, HR managers and corporate wellness teams are seeking more ways to directly impact employee healthcare costs. According to the Milliman Index, the average organization’s healthcare costs increase by 4.3% every year. Because of this, many organization are turning to proactive […]

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3 Reasons Why Employers Choose Onsite and Near-Site Clinics

As healthcare costs steadily rise in America, employers must find new and improved ways to deliver exceptional care to employees without increasing spend. While the average employer pays more than $10,000 per employee per year towards benefits, a steady increase in chronic illnesses coupled with decreased access to care is sending this number even higher. […]

OurHealth Adds City of Fishers, 7th Clinic to its Unique Network of Care

City becomes the latest municipality to partner with the fast-growing healthcare company. INDIANAPOLIS (January 29, 2018) – OurHealth today announces a new partnership with the City of Fishers that will provide its more than 450 employees with high-quality and convenient primary care, along with a series of wellness programs. The partnership also introduces a seventh […]

What is Near-Site Healthcare?

Healthcare is a topic at the forefront of many conversations these days, but it may surprise you that employers—not politicians—are increasingly the vanguard to effectively changing the healthcare landscape. How are they affecting this change? By creating cost-effective yet meaningful healthcare offerings for their employees.   Unfortunately, many large-impact solutions require significant resources and an […]

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5 Ways Onsite and Near-Site Clinics Can Deliver Savings

When it comes to healthcare initiatives, employers often look for low-cost, immediate-impact options that are supposed to deliver ‘big bang’ results without the high price tags. Too often, however, these low-cost initiatives disappoint by delivering low-quality outcomes, resulting in a continuous cycle of new program additions, higher costs, and rigid guidelines that employers and employees […]

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Lifestyle Changes Help Patient Take Control of Diabetes

Sue Booth says she started to notice some health changes in the Spring of 2017. She felt tired all the time, she was constantly thirsty, and was using the restroom frequently. By June, Booth says her health became much worse. “It got so bad I was having difficulty seeing clearly and I began having blackouts,” […]