The second annual Vision Wellness Study looks at people’s perceptions of eye care during a landmark year for the healthcare industry, including the value of eye care services, interest in telemedicine, and concerns about eye care costs.
Falls among adults age 65 and older are very costly for health plans, their members, and families. Each year about $50 billion is spent on non-fatal fall injuries and $754 million is spent on fatal falls. The financial toll is expected to increase as the population ages.
During times of challenge and crisis, telemedicine is playing an increasingly important role in eye care delivery. This cultural shift to ocular telemedicine has been sped up by the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, with patients unable to easily access in-person care for non-emergencies. Our new whitepaper describes this paradigm shift but notes that in-person eye exams are still required in many cases.
Open enrollment is an important time for your organization. It’s an opportunity to tidy up your benefits packages to ensure you’re investing in perks and promoting programs your employees will use. In this eBook you will learn five ways to maximize your open enrollment success.
Whether you are interested in becoming a vision insurance producer or are an industry veteran, it’s always a good idea to brush up on your sales knowledge. Selling vision insurance is a great way to diversify your portfolio while getting paid a competitive commission on every sale.