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Guide to Moving from a Fully Insured to Self-Funded Health Plan

7/9/21 – ImagineMD’s friend, Adam Russo, and his team at The Phia Group have done such an excellent job explaining self-funded health benefits and how to implement them that we asked them…Read More

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Is it Safe to Eat Indoors Again and When and Where Can We Get Vaccinated?

1/24/21 – Chicago-area and Cook County restaurants were allowed to open for indoor dining this weekend due to improving numbers of COVID-19 cases in the two areas. From the article: “The announcement…Read More

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Direct Primary Care includes Advanced Telemedicine

3/19/20 – Telemedicine—AKA doctors talking to patients on the telephone—has long been touted as a standalone service that employers can offer employees as a health benefit. Historically, employee adoption of telemedicine has…Read More

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Supporting Employee Health during the Coronavirus Pandemic

3/10/20 – Coronavirus is here. As a result, many companies have taken the drastic step of curtailing travel, encouraging employees to work from home, and canceling all non-essential in-person meetings. We don’t…Read More

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Can We Reduce Corporate Healthcare Costs while Improving Benefits?

1/29/20 – The Problem Across the United States, employers are struggling to provide affordable healthcare for their employees without compromising profitability. Employer-sponsored healthcare premiums are at an all-time high with family healthcare…Read More

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Price Transparency

7/11/19 – Lack of price transparency is one of the major reasons for the out-of-control increases in healthcare costs we’ve been seeing in this country for the last several years. For many…Read More

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Falling through the Cracks in the Healthcare System

6/23/19 – POORER HEALTH OUTCOMES To care properly for patients who have complex, chronic illnesses, physicians require time. Lack of adequate time to care for patients is the number one complaint of…Read More