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    Avoid Singing the Flu Blues

    ??I got a cough…And a fever of 1-0-2Wish I would have had a shotSo I wasn’t so bluuuuuuuue.??

    Initial estimates from the 2018-2019 flu season report between 37.4 million – 42.9 million Americans suffered from the “Flu Blues.” While last year was...

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    25 Statistics You Need To Know About Healthcare & Telemedicine

    Healthcare costs are increasing, burdening both employers and employees. At the same time, accessing care has also become more difficult for a variety of reasons. Statistics demonstrate the scale of these problems, and how telemedicine can address...

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    3 Things On-Site Clinics Can’t Do That Telemedicine Can

    Large employers are increasingly opening onsite medical clinics to help employees save time and money when they need medical care for a routine illness. Today, one-third of employers with more than 5,000 employees (33% of companies) have an onsite...

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    Utilization: The Magic Number in Telemedicine

    Human Resources professionals face the difficult problem of keeping healthcare costs low while satisfying current employees and wooing potential hires. 

    Their benefits consultants are also judged by the impact their services have on both...

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    Why Antibiotics Aren't Always the Solution

    When you feel miserable, it’s understandable to want a quick fix. So, your brain might turn to antibiotics instead of chicken soup and a good night's sleep. But sometimes, it’s a good thing to let your immune system fight illness itself. This is true...

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    Why Rural Employees Need Telemedicine

    Americans in rural areas report more difficulty accessing high-quality healthcare than do those who live in the city or suburbs, with nearly a quarter of rural Americans saying that accessing good healthcare is a major problem, according to Pew...

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    Healthcare Costs Are Expected To Rise. Here's How Telemedicine Can Help.

    Large employers predict their healthcare costs will rise a median of 6% if they do not undertake any cost-saving initiatives, according to a new survey by the National Business Group on Health (NBGH).

    As a result, these large employers say they are...

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    Bug Bites 101: When to Call a Doctor

    Bug bites: They itch, they're an eyesore, and always have you asking, "Does this look normal?" 

    The first step is to figure out what bit you. If it was a flying or buzzing insect, it was likely a mosquito or fly. If the sting was sudden and...

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    Most Hospital Visits Are Avoidable. Employees Need Telemedicine.

    Unnecessary hospital visits are costing the U.S. healthcare system $32 billion per year, according to a new study by United Health Group.

    The study found that more than half of emergency department (ED) visits could be avoided, with patients...

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