Is Your Child at Risk for Anxiety During COVID-19?
Is your child feeling the effects of the ongoing pandemic? Learn what to do if your child is at risk for elevated anxiety during these trying times.
The Cost of Healthcare: A Look at US Spending Over Time
The cost of healthcare in the US has risen over time, but what factors have contributed to it? More importantly, how can you keep your own healthcare costs down?
Disruptive Innovation: The Continuing Success of Retail Healthcare
Retail clinics are revolutionizing the healthcare industry. Find out why more and more Americans are turning to these clinics as an alternative to traditional health care settings.
The Rise of the Minute Clinic: A Look at CVS
CVS not only has nearly 70,000 pharmacy locations across the country, but it now offers over 1,100 MinuteClinics to offer a more affordable and convenient healthcare alternative to urgent care centers.
Colon Cancer Awareness Month: What Health Sharing Ministries Can Do
Health sharing ministries can do several things to promote colon cancer awareness in the month of March. Read on to find out more.
Value-Based Healthcare: A Look at the Pros and Cons
Will value-based healthcare really work? Here’s a look at the pros and cons.
How the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) Will Shape Healthcare’s Future
The internet of medical things (IoMT) is having a big impact on the healthcare industry, as internet-connected devices and remote medical care is revolutionizing how patients are monitored.
Overcoming the Pre-Existing Conditions Insurance Hurdle
Find out about how health sharing ministries handle share requests from people with pre-existing medical conditions.
How Consumerism Has Changed the Face of Healthcare Forever
The healthcare industry is evolving as patients take on the role of consumers and becoming more informed about how they choose to obtain medical care based on cost and convenience.
Telehealth Demographics for 2021: What We Know Now
The use of telehealth has increased over the past year as a result of the current health crisis, but who is actually using telehealth? We explore who is more likely to use telehealth in the US.