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More employers are recognizing that offering vision benefits is a cost-effective way to reduce health-related absenteeism and health care premiums, while increasing productivity. Hear more from Versant Health’s Lisa Hall and Kelly Wenrich on ways to encourage vision care enrollment, its effect on pricing and network choice, and its role in early detection of chronic conditions.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has created an e-commerce surge, with technology serving as the vehicle between consumers and products. HR professionals and health plans can be a critical resource in helping employees understand how to access their vision benefits and, specifically, how that access extends to a digital medium.

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Experts report that vision health is intricately linked to a child’s ability to learn and develop socially. Dr. Mark Ruchman and Lisa Hall of Versant Health discuss how vision care and coverage can impact key stages of advancement in childhood.

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Offering vision coverage is often seen as a healthcare benefits perk, but it also can contribute to employee loyalty, well-being and safety. Listen to Versant Health’s Amy Mann and Larry Opperman as they break down the role of vision coverage and how employers can better educate employees on its benefits.

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Offering vision and dental coverage may simply seem like the right thing for employers to do. But the benefits far outweigh basic healthcare. Listen as Versant Health’s Courtney Smith-Brawner discusses the benefits of offering both vision and dental care and why it’s critical for employers to understand the rewards.

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COVID-19 has significantly impacted how people approach and perceive health care. Versant Health’s Second Annual Vision Wellness Study explores how people’s views of eye exams have changed in the pandemic environment, including beliefs about eye care services, the role of cost and affordability on care and the relationship between eye care and overall health.

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Versant Health’s Elizabeth Klunk addresses vision care underutilization, the best ways to address the gap, and the issues it can pose to worker productivity and the company’s bottom line.

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In a Vision Wellness Study from Versant Health, 74% of respondents under 40 said access to tech and tools for virtual visits would make them more likely to schedule a routine eye exam. Some 38% of under-40s said being able to communicate remotely with ODs would have a high impact on seeing one more often, compared to 34% of people 40-59 and just 15% of people 60 and over.

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