COVID-19 antibody testing locations differ in cost and health risk. Find out the best places to get tested for COVID-19 antibodies.
Cost savings and flexibility in plan design are just two of the benefits of self-funding your health plan.
With the right precautions in place, organizations can build their path to normal. The CDC recommends organizations follow certain guidelines to keep workers safe from exposure to COVID-19.
Get the tips on using disinfectants and guidelines you should continue to follow as we return to the “new normal.”
Learn about the differences between COVID-19 diagnstic and antibody testing, and where you can go for an antibody test.
COVID-19 antibody testing can help you make decisions about back-to-work procedures and implementing workplace safety measures for your members.
These cost-saving strategies will enable you to continue to provide comprehensive health care benefits to your members.
Here’s a list of activities and ways to socialize virtually, to help maintain your health and well-being during these trying times.
Aquí hay una lista de actividades y formas de socializar virtualmente, para ayudar a mantener su salud y bienestar durante estos tiempos difíciles.
Wondering about the difference between “self-isolation” and “self-quarantining”? Get the answers to frequently asked questions about coronavirus. Also inside: links to interactive self-checking tools and information about where you can get tested.
¿Se pregunta sobre la diferencia entre “autoaislamiento” y “autocuarentena”? Obtenga las respuestas a las preguntas frecuentes sobre el coronavirus. También dentro: enlaces a herramientas interactivas de autoverificación e información sobre dónde puede hacerse la prueba.
Read about the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which waives cost-sharing for COVID-19 testing and telehealth services.
Lea sobre la Ley de Respuesta al Coronavirus de Families First, que exime el costo compartido para las pruebas de COVID-19 y los servicios de telesalud.
Learn about telehealth as it relates to COVID-19.
Aprenda sobre telesalud en relación con COVID-19.
We are continually monitoring the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation and want to reassure you that our business is operating as usual. Our goal is to provide the same level of service and support our clients and partners deserve and expect during these unprecedented times. We are also deeply committed to the health and well-being of …
To minimize the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) the Surgeon General has recommended the cancellation of elective surgeries.
Find out where to get tested for coronavirus, and other information about the test.
Get the facts on the coronavirus risk in the New York tri-state area and practical steps for prevention. Read more!
Minimum Essential Coverage, or MEC, health plans are gaining traction among employers who want to contain health care cost. Find out why!
New gene therapies are emerging. It is important for you to determine whether and how these costly therapies are covered.
LabCorp and Quest Diagnostics have provided information about a data breach that occurred at their third-party billing collections vendor. When the breach was discovered they stopped working with that vendor. Read the details they provided.
According to a new JD Power consumer study, advanced technology platforms can improve health plan performance for payors. They play a key role in health plan member satisfaction. To improve the customer experience, MagnaCare has recently rolled out a new service technology platform that offers: Easier navigation Self-service tools that allow members to manage their …
Did you know that there are more accidental deaths from prescription opioids (20,101 in 2016) than from heroin overdoses (12,990 in 2016)? And that more than 80% of heroin users start out abusing prescription painkillers? The financial ramifications are staggering as well – with much higher work absenteeism and many times more emergency room visits, …
As medical guidelines evolve, MagnaCare aims to keep you informed and recommend the best course of care for your members. The American Cancer Society recently released new guidelines regarding colorectal cancer screening for average-risk individuals, lowering the recommended age for screening from age 50 to age 45. The cost implications of these recommendations are potentially …