Published November 4, 2020
As a new wave of COVID-19 begins to surge this fall, forward-thinking organizations are looking for new strategies to minimize disruption and keep their employee populations safe. By prioritizing seamless access to healthcare and a convenient approach to testing, employers can confidently stay ahead of the curve and proactively navigate this developing public health crisis.
Published September 28, 2020
Cold and flu season is imminent, and it’s more important than ever for employers to promote a proactive, preventive approach to employee health during this pandemic. As an employer, there are steps you can take to encourage your employees to get their flu vaccine and drive home the importance of keeping themselves healthy this flu season.
Published August 21, 2020
As employees have shifted to a remote work environment, organizations have been forced to rapidly adapt their information security strategies to reflect the structure and keep their teams and technology safe. Chief information security officers (CISOs) have shifted priorities around privacy, integration of corporate and user systems, and the introduction of new technology in light of COVID-19..
Published August 7, 2020
We all play a critical role in slowing the spread of COVID-19. There is still a great deal of uncertainty in this situation, but evidence shows that taking simple preventive measures can have a significant impact on the trajectory of the virus. These measures include wearing a face mask, adhering to social distancing, washing your hands, and staying home when you’re sick.
Published July 31, 2020
With many workers and their families anxious to reschedule their elective procedures in the wake of COVID-19, facilities will be making changes to take advantage of the demand and make up for lost revenue, such as increasing prices or shifting care to more profitable settings. That's why Premise Health has partnered with Healthcare Bluebook to optimize member care and costs.
Recently, a mother reached out to Premise’s national virtual health primary care team to seek guidance for her son. After conducting a virtual exam, in which our provider, Lauren Prendes, NP, was able to spend meaningful time with the mother and her son, Lauren determined that the child might be experiencing appendicitis.
Recently, one member presented to the Premise Health wellness center after not having access to a primary care provider for over a year. Premise providers Michele Sherrill, FNP-BC and Jennifer James, MA developed a plan of care for his diagnoses and made the appropriate referrals for his needs.
At the beginning of quarantine, one Premise Health provider was contacted by a member who was struggling with depression and anxiety. Isolation coupled with an increased workload had become huge stressors on his mental health and he had begun having panic attacks.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is the nation’s leading health protection agency, providing valuable resources for Americans and the latest, need-to-know public health information regarding COVID-19.
*The information on this website is intended for informational purposes only and not as medical advice. In the case of a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.
CORONAVIRUS ALERT: PEOPLE WITH SUSPECTED CORONAVIRUS NEED TO BE ISOLATED. CALL YOUR WELLNESS CENTER IF YOU HAVE FEVER OR RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS OR THINK YOU MIGHT HAVE CORONAVIRUS.