Some critics of the OpenNotes® movement feel that reading doctors’ full notes about health care encounters could be TMI (Too Much Information). But OpenNotes is gradually silencing its critics by proving that offering more information is a positive way to get patients involved in their care.
The Alliance’s BabyLove program is one way to help employees and their family members keep their babies healthy and loved from the very beginning.
Consumers of The Alliance’s Find a Doctor website have sent us excellent feedback through our Tell Us Your Story campaign.
The Alliance believes in professional development for all staff members. That’s why identifying professional development opportunities is a standard item for all employees to discuss with their supervisors during annual performance reviews.
Consumer Reports is a nationally recognized expert in buying value. And in recent years, they’ve extended that expertise to helping you and your employees become experts in looking for high-value health care as part of the Consumer Health Choices website.
When going to the doctor, one of the first things the nurse asks you in the exam room is, “Where would you like your prescriptions sent to?” I always select the pharmacy closest to my home or work without even thinking twice. Little did I know that I could save more than $30 each time if I went a mile farther down the road to another location to receive the same prescription.