California B2B primary care provider opens location in Spring

Source: Chris Mathews/ Crossover Health A San Clemente, California-based primary care firm opened its first Houston-area location in Spring to serve the area’s large employers. Crossover Health opened a 5,300-square-foot health center at 28420 Hardy Toll Road in Spring, according to a July 11 press release. Crossover Health describes its Spring clinic location as a “nearsite” health center, which allows for multiple employers to share access to the single facility, per the release. It is

Rock Financial offers healthcare for employees at new onsite clinic

Source: Erika Erickson/ Detroit Fox 2 It’s all smiles – with a major announcement from Quicken Loans.  “It’s unlike anything else in the state of Michigan,” said Mike Malloy, chief people officer, Quicken Loans. And quite possibly – the country. Quicken Loans unveiled a new onsite health clinic for its some 17,000 team members in downtown Detroit Monday. “We firmly believe this will be a game changing experience for our team members but also the

PPO Networks: The Devil Employers Think They Know

Source: David Chase/Forbes Written with David Contorno, President, Lake Norman Benefits Do you give your employees an unchecked unlimited expense account? If they carry your company’s health plan ID card, you do. The Affordable Care Act requires every health plan to offer benefits free from most annual and all lifetime dollar limits. If you have a self-insured plan, you may feel the direct impact of this a little more immediately (although many employers still do not recognize

Nearly 40% of Americans can’t cover a surprise $400 expense

Source: Alain Sherter / CBS News Although unemployment in the U.S. is at its lowest level since 1969, roughly 4 in 10 Americans would struggle covering a $400 emergency expense, Federal Reserve data show. 17% of U.S. adults are unable to pay all of their bills in full every month, according to the Fed data. A quarter of Americans skipped necessary medical care in 2018 because they couldn’t afford the cost. Nearly 40 percent of

The Truth About Dentistry

Source: Ferris Jabr/ The Atlantic In the early 2000s Terry Mitchell’s dentist retired. For a while, Mitchell, an electrician in his 50s, stopped seeking dental care altogether. But when one of his wisdom teeth began to ache, he started looking for someone new. An acquaintance recommended John Roger Lund, whose practice was a convenient 10-minute walk from Mitchell’s home, in San Jose, California. Lund’s practice was situated in a one-story building with clay roof tiles