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The Impact of Healthcare Transparency on Patients and Providers

Transparency often brings clarity, guiding patients and providers toward better outcomes in a complex healthcare landscape. Nearly 90% of patients in the United States believe price transparency in healthcare is important, yet only a small fraction of patients feel confident they can access accurate pricing information. This glaring disparity underscores the critical need for transparency …

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Unlocking Affordable Healthcare with Pre-tax Funds for Subscription Care

In today’s challenging healthcare landscape, cost remains a significant barrier preventing many individuals from accessing essential care. Despite the availability of health savings accounts (HSAs) and flexible spending accounts (FSAs), designed to enable employees to set aside money before tax to pay for healthcare costs, a considerable portion of pre-tax dollars often go unused. This …

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Accresa and Intellect Partner to Offer Mental Wellbeing Support to America’s Workforce

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Intellect and Accresa are providing employees throughout the United States with greater access to modern mental wellbeing support. The newly formed partnership highlights Intellect’s extensive network of experienced behavioral health coaches and self care programs within a single platform with Accresa’s proven subscription plan management. The result will not only remove barriers to mental …

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Improve Employee Health Benefits with Subscription Care

Employee health benefits are a cornerstone of great company culture, essential for attracting and retaining top talent and maintaining a productive workplace. In today’s intensely competitive market, employee health benefits are nothing short of a strategic imperative. But it comes at a price, literally. In 2024, the projected cost of healthcare for employees will soar …

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Press Release: Accresa and Telescope Health Partner to Offer Personalized, Affordable Healthcare to Florida’s Workforce

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., August 29, 2023 – As the civilian labor force crosses more than 11 million in the state, Telescope Health and Accresa are providing employees throughout Florida with greater access to comprehensive and affordable healthcare. The newly formed partnership highlights Telescope Health’s extensive network of experienced providers with Accresa’s proven subscription plan management. The result will not only remove …

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Rethink Healthcare

Bypassing Insurance for Lower Costs and Better Outcomes

Introduction In an era where employer-sponsored insurance continues to dominate the American healthcare landscape, we are seeing a burgeoning frustration with the status quo. Employer-sponsored insurance is the single largest source of healthcare benefits in the US, accounting for the health coverage of more than seventy percent of workers. The model, which hinges on large …

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Are There Disadvantages To Subscription Direct Primary Care?

The True Benefits of Subscription Direct Care

Direct Primary Care (DPC) is a relatively new healthcare model in the United States and has attracted much attention lately. But what is it being used for? Is it a crunch in the alternative medicine field? Or is something bigger happening here? Despite the uncertainty within some direct care sectors, many are just now discovering this new approach to healthcare and are taking note of its benefits.

dental care practices should be moving to a subscription model

Why Dental Care Practices Should Move to a Subscription Model

When it comes to dentistry, 97% of Americans value oral health. However, many are uninsured, leading to the patient incurring high dental costs. For insured patients, insurance companies act as the middleman, often providing coverage for patients and paying fees to dental companies. The problem is that the insurance companies are taking the bulk of the revenue.