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While employers are feeling the financial pinch of COVID-19, particularly when it comes to making 2021 healthcare benefit decisions, many are still finding ways to protect the well-being of their employees and bolster their mental health, according to a recent Willis Towers Watson survey.
Vanderbilt Health is making news for exciting new alliances to create a safer city in which to live, play and work.
The Vanderbilt Health Employer Solutions team encourages all employers to participate in Good to Go, a free program launched by the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. (NCVC) in collaboration with Vanderbilt Health and Ryman Hospitality Partners to help Nashville businesses restart in a healthy and sustainable way.
At the Middle Tennessee Employee Benefits Council (MTEBC)’s May Meeting, participants were challenged to think differently about their benefits plans as they approach 2021. With the support of Vanderbilt Health Employer Solutions, CJ Stimson, MD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Urology at VUMC, discussed cost savings through bundles.
Today Music City leaders announced Good to Go, a first-of-its-kind program designed to improve safety for residents and visitors as Nashville-area businesses begin reopening. The Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. (NCVC) launched the program in collaboration with Vanderbilt Health and Ryman Hospitality Properties (RHP) to pave the way to restart Nashville businesses in a healthy and sustainable way.
Ryman Hospitality Properties Inc., announced the selection of Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) as its official wellness advisor during the company’s phased reopening of its businesses
Many of your employees have put off non-urgent health procedures, dental and vision appointments in the last two and a half months because of COVID-19 infection fears. Now that Vanderbilt Health and other providers have safely reintroduced care services, employees may be ready to reschedule those postponed visits. What should they expect?
Consider these recommendations to better manage pharmacy benefits in an uncertain environment—with the goal of measurably improving the health of your employees and your bottom line:
Many employers are beginning to think strategically about their 2021 health benefits plans. Part of that planning includes taking a closer look at how COVID-19 will impact pharmacy benefits and taking steps to control medication costs.
As our region begins reopening businesses and making a transition to a new normal in the midst of coronavirus, the Vanderbilt Health Employer Solutions team continues to share guidance to help employers keep safety top of mind. Our new blog has steadily added resources to help our employer partners create policies that protect employees, strengthen their mental health, ensure safe distancing and more.
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