WHITE PAPER | EMPLOYEE HEALTH

Seven out of 10 employers say that their top challenge is motivating their employees to change unhealthy behaviors. Find out the three strategies that can help employers do just that.

 

WHITE PAPER | HOSPITALIZATION

At first, it would seem that a company has little influence on the cost of employee hospitalization. But there are things an employer can do to stem unnecessary hospital and ER use among employees, as well as help contain costs.

 

WHITE PAPER | EMPLOYEE PREMIUMS

HR executives want to offer the best benefits packages possible to recruit and retain talent. CFOs want to control costs. Learn six strategies that can help employers accomplish both objectives. Also, find out how financial incentives can help improve employee health.

 

WHITE PAPER | CHRONIC DISEASE

Absenteeism related to chronic conditions costs companies $153 billion per year in lost productivity. Fortunately, 87 percent of employers' health care cost savings comes from chronic care management programs. Learn what you can do to help your employees manage their chronic conditions.

 

WHITE PAPER | PHARMACY COSTS

Employers rank prescription drugs as the second leading driver of health care costs for business. Here are five things companies can do to help win the war against drugs.

 

WHITE PAPER | HEALTH CARE QUALITY

It seems that every health insurance company touts "quality" coverage and care. But what does that mean? Learn what widely recognized, third-party assessments are available to give you an unbiased comparison of the quality of plans and providers.

 

WHITE PAPER | NEIGHBORCARE HEALTH

Neighborcare Health provides medical and dental care to low-income and uninsured people in the Seattle area. When they noticed double digit increases in health care costs among their employees, they turned to Group Health to reduce the trend.

CASE STUDY | NEWPORT CHILDREN'S SCHOOL

With five campuses on the Eastside, Newport Children's School employs more than 200 teachers and staff. A double digit increase in health care costs from a well-known plan provider prompted a switch to Group Health. Discover how Newport and Group Health worked together to significantly reduce costs.

 

CASE STUDY | GRANGE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION

With 165 employees and 117 dependents, Grange Insurance Association had a pre-diabetic and diabetic population that was causing health care costs to rise rapidly. Find out what steps they took to actually lower costs significantly.

CASE STUDY | SEATTLE UNIVERSITY

One ongoing question for organizations is how to lower health care costs. One answer is increase employee engagement in their own health and decrease high-cost activities such as unnecessary ER use. See how well Seattle U learned this lesson.

 

SUMMARY | GROUP HEALTH 2016 PLANS

With 165 employees and 117 dependents, Grange Insurance Association had a pre-diabetic and diabetic population that was causing health care costs to rise rapidly. Find out what steps they took to actually lower costs significantly.

 

SUMMARY | GROUP HEALTH CARENOW

For common medical issues like a cold or the flu, your employees can get a diagnosis—and even a prescription—online. Typically within an hour. And it costs only $10. Find out how.

 

SUMMARY | MYGROUPHEALTH

MyGroupHealth at ghc.org is where your employees can access their Group Health account to check their benefit levels, view test results and visit summaries, request appointments, e-mail their doctor, refill prescriptions, and more. Check out this quick list of services.

 

SUMMARY | PHARMACY SERVICES

Group Health pharmacy services provide employees with access to prescription drugs that are safe, efficacious, and cost-effective. Learn how our approach to pharmacy management earned a number one ranking among five local plans.

 

SUMMARY | SPECIALTY PHARMACY

Specialty drugs are high-cost medications for complex chronic conditions such as hepatitis c and multiple sclerosis. Find out how your employees can safely get the most our of their specialty drug therapy.

 

SUMMARY | GROUP HEALTH DIFFERENCE

Your employees get more from their Group Health plan than just great health coverage. They can take advantage of a host of health products and services at a discount or for free. See the perks they can take advantage of to get the care they want.

 

SUMMARY | CARECLINICS

Now your employees have a convenient care option. CareClinics at Bartell Drugs feature Group Health providers available for walk-in visits to treat minor illnesses and injuries. Learn more about CareClinics and their locations.

 

SUMMARY | INSURANCE PRODUCTS

With Group Health, you can easily add dependable employer-paid and voluntary life and disability insurance coverage along with your Group Health coverage. Find out what makes these products an integral part of any comprehensive and attractive benefits package.

 

SUMMARY | WELLNESS SOLUTIONS

Group Health can help you engage your employees to improve their health and lower overall health care costs. Take a look at the variety of wellness solutions, services, and programs available to your company.

 

SUMMARY | CARE MANAGEMENT

Group Health care management gives your employees the extra support they need to self-manage chronic conditions, avoid unnecessary hospitalizations, and receive cost-effective treatments. Discover how your employees benefit and lower their health care costs over time.

 

SUMMARY | POPULATION HEALTH MGMT

Help avoid absenteeism, presenteeism, disability, and workers' compensation claims. A results-driven employee engagement program is the key to preventing and managing employee health issues.

 

SUMMARY | ACCESS PPO

The Group Health Access PPO plan provides your employees access to one of the largest—if not the largest—PPO networks in Washington. Check out the extent of our Access PPO network and the level of choice it offers.

 

SUMMARY | PLAN COMPARISONS

How can you tell which health plan is right for your business and employees? Use this worksheet to compare Group Health against your current carrier.

 

SUMMARY | ACCESS PRO

Consider the operational and financial advantages of a single source vendor for your benefits program. See how Group Health's multi-dimensional solutions can address your organization's many needs.

 

SUMMARY | CORE ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Reduce costs and get the most out of your plan's benefits. Find out how our locally based account management, customer service, and operations team make self-funding with Group Health an efficient, rewarding experience.

 

SUMMARY | HIGH-PERFORMING HEALTH SYSTEM

The American Medical Group Association defines a high-performing health system as one that excels in preventive care, offers superior care coordination, and provides proactive management of chronic conditions. Find out how Group Health stacks up.