Employer Insights Blog

Welcome to the Employer Insights Blog! Follow us for analysis of healthcare trends, thought leadership and the latest resources focused on helping you and your workforce proactively and conveniently manage their health. 

Practical Mask-Wearing Tips for Adults and Children

You've probably seen the popular Vanderbilt Health masking video circulating on TV and social media. There's no question about it: Wearing face masks and engaging in other infection prevention methods are contributing to incremental declines in COVID-19 numbers for the Middle Tennessee region.

MyMaternityHealth Delivers Savings and Satisfaction for Area Teachers

Today Vanderbilt University Medical Center announced that it has created MyHealth Bundles, a patient-centered, value-based approach to managing some of the most common and costly health conditions. The MyMaternityHealth Bundle is already making a difference for Metro Nashville Public School teachers.

Telehealth Coverage Expanded in Tennessee

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee officially signed telehealth expansion into law on August 20. The revised law expands telehealth coverage—specifically, direct-to-patient coverage—through April 1, 2022.

5 Ways to Nurture Connections in New Workplace Environments

Though it’s harder to recreate the synchronicity of an office environment these days, it still can be done with renewed effort toward culture-building. Here are five ideas to help your employees create connections, even from a distance.

News Roundup: Connecting Employees to Better Health Habits

The Vanderbilt Health Employer Solutions team frequently shares original articles and videos with employers that they can use to support their employees’ health and well-being. Recent stories have focused on preventive health, ideas for contending with stress and anxiety, and more.

5 Ways to Combat Pandemic Anxiety in Your Employees

The pandemic has had a detrimental effect on the mental health of all Americans, with the Kaiser Family Foundation reporting 45% of American adults are experiencing increased anxiety and depression.