Day: December 31, 2021

Hybrid Work, you are not behind. You may even be

SPONSORED CONTENT   Simply put, hybrid work can be defined as the combination of remote work and in-office work. Hybrid work concepts have been in the making during the last decade, but these concepts have become fast-growing trends worldwide, accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic. The necessity and safety needs of companies and employees due to […]Read More

The Growth and Evolution of Telemedicine

Virtual medicine and health care have become more commonplace than ever, and the First Coast region is on board. Remember the first time you used your phone to communicate with a friend or loved one face-to-face? That ability to feel more connected through a live video conversation has spilled over into several types of businesses […]Read More

The Changing Face of Healthcare

Healthcare continues to rapidly evolve as a discipline on a global scale, and providers of health care are transforming themselves to become more patient-centric, community conscious and service focused. In Northeast Florida, the healthcare industry is not only expanding deeper into communities to ensure everyone has access to the highest quality of care, but they’re […]Read More

Mental Health Services Meet Generational and Technological Challenges

Access to healthcare has been a challenge for many people even before the Covid-19 pandemic. And access to mental health services can present even bigger challenges. But that is coming into focus thanks to technological advances, generational changes and a little star power. Pop star Selena Gomez recently announced plans to launch a new venture […]Read More

Foresight: Investing in the Future of Healthcare Infrastructure

SPONSORED CONTENT “The aging U.S. population is likely to be the source of unprecedented healthcare spending over the next decade. The average healthcare expenditure per year for the 65-and-older population is $6,620, nearly double the average for the rest of the population ($3,400), according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.” – The facts […]Read More

Five Strategies to Reduce Health Benefit Costs in 2022

For the past two decades, health costs have increased each year. This happens for a variety of reasons, such as inflation or, say, a global pandemic. With that in mind, employers can bank on prices going up in 2022. According to a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) report, medical costs are projected to increase 6.5% in 2022. This […]Read More

Agencies Get Creative to Solve Healthcare Worker Shortage

A tight labor market and low workforce participation rates – leaving many businesses scrambling to hire workers – are hallmarks of the economic landscape of the pandemic era. And no industry is feeling it more than healthcare. “I’ve never seen a time like this,” said Robin King, CEO of CareerSource Flagler Volusia. “I think that […]Read More