Employer Healthcare Strategies


Onsite Clinics: A Win-Win Solution for Employers and Employees

Posted by CareATC on July 11, 2023

In an era where employee wellness and productivity are critical for organizational success, employers are always on the lookout for innovative ways to provide comprehensive healthcare solutions to their workforce. One solution gaining momentum is the establishment of onsite employee clinics. Onsite clinics offer a range of healthcare services within the workplace, benefiting both employers and employees alike.

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How to Compare Onsite Clinic Partners: A Guide for Benefit Brokers

Posted by CareATC on June 27, 2023

As a benefit broker, you understand the importance of finding the right onsite clinic partner to meet the healthcare needs of your clients' employees. With various options in the market, it can be overwhelming to compare and select the best fit. In this guide, we will walk you through the key considerations and steps to effectively compare onsite clinic partners, ensuring you make an informed decision that benefits both the employer and their workforce.

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Beyond Convenient: CareATC® Announces NEW Mobile App

Posted by Emily Rao on July 8, 2015

Today, everyone is so busy and on the go that we often feel like we have to sacrifice our health. Well, not anymore.

We’re really excited to introduce the new CareATC® Mobile App, available on iOS and Android!

The CareATC® Mobile App makes healthcare beyond convenient for our patients by giving them on-the-go access to all of their healthcare tools at the click of the button. That means constant connection to medical records and health education — and the ability to schedule an appointment no matter where.

Need a healthy recipe? Click. Schedulng a PHA? Click. Anytime, anywhere!

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3 Common Barriers to Quality Medical Care

Posted by Madeline Lippe on September 19, 2014

We’ve all had our reasons for not going to see the doctor. 

“I don’t have time.” 

“They told my friend she had strep when she really had mono. She lost 30 pounds and now she can’t even fit into the clothing from Gap Kid’s. It’s pretty pathetic. I’d rather suffer than go to the doctor.”

“Have you seen the waiting room? I hate waiting with sick people.” 

These excuses may seem reasonable in context, but when you form a habit of avoiding medical care, you weave a complex web of consequences both for yourself, and for society at large. 

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