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04/14/16

  10:53:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 202 words,  
Categories: News, Health Plan Management, Hospitals, Cost savings, Research

Metro Hospital Preference Runs Counter to Study's Cost-Quality Connection

A new study suggests that most Americans think that the paying more for medical care doesn't ensure higher quality... but the tendency of many patients to gravitate toward pricier metropolitan hospitals would suggest otherwise. That's why MedBen works… more »

04/13/16

  09:35:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 212 words,  
Categories: News, Wellness, Research, Diabetes

Insulin Costs, Diabetic Numbers on the Upswing

More evidence that a focused worksite wellness program like MedBen WellLiving can promote better health and save your business money: According to a new analysis, the cost of insulin to control diabetes more than tripled over a decade. Stat reports… more »

03/30/16

  11:22:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 243 words,  
Categories: News, Wellness, Research

Bad Health Habits and Heart Attacks Skewing Younger, Study Finds

A new study provides yet another good reason for promoting wellness in the workplace: A disturbing trend in bad health habits. According to Health Essentials, researchers reviewed nearly 4,000 Cleveland Clinic patients who were treated for the most… more »

02/24/16

  11:17:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 189 words,  
Categories: News, Health Plan Management, Hospitals, Cost savings, Heart, Research

Growing Focus on Outpatient Care Saving Health Plans, Consumers Money

A new series of studies shows that employer health plans can save thousands of dollars by encouraging the use of outpatient facilities for certain medical treatments. Forbes reports. The studies examined four common medical procedures – hysterectomy,… more »

02/10/16

  05:25:00 pm, by MedBen5   , 208 words,  
Categories: News, Wellness, Cancer, Research

Urologists More Likely than Primary Care Doctors to Recommend PSA Testing

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing has declined as a standard wellness screening in recent years... but the likelihood of a recommendation depends largely on whether your doctor is a primary or specialty care provider. In 2011, the U.S.… more »

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