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Addressing the health needs of employee in 2021

It is undeniable that the new normal era causes employees to be more easily exposed to the Covid-19 disease coupled with the latest variant models coming from the UK, most likely companies must be ready to answer those in charge and an integrated employee health management process without reducing productivity.

Of course, it is not easy to find a balance between comprehensive employee protection personalization and also company finances which are increasingly stifling and in need of change. With the existence of a technology and platform that can personalize and modify the benefit needs of employees and the company

Disconnected care in Indonesia and its relationship to a balance of health care and employee productivity For most companies, the small number of employees represents a disproportionate health care expense, usually driven by those dealing with chronic or serious illnesses.

Looking in USA

Based on research results from the Collective Health USA, 10% of members account for 75% of expenses. Without specific support, this cost imbalance can have a major impact on health insurance providers as well as individuals and families working on these health issues. This entails an important role in helping people find the right support, at the right time, across a variety of complex health needs. Nursing Navigation is a comprehensive care management program comprised of our team of pharmacists, social workers, nurses and dietitians who support people dealing with chronic or serious illnesses by guiding them on journeys to help them understand and navigate USA's disjointed healthcare system.

We need to understand and address chronic illness approaches and management going forward also with Indonesia disconnected care.

Health actors have recently identified several areas where traditional care management programs in Indonesia often fail.

This includes:

1. Outreach to people who need high-level touch care is delayed and often comes after it has had the greatest impact.

2. Trust issues persist between traditional health insurance companies and their members, leading to membership involvement in the program

3. Staffing problems and / or care management representatives are not always able to deal with the dynamic psychosocial, pharmaceutical, and medical problems that people face

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