TrueNorth Explains

posted by TrueNorth Employee Benefits on Thursday, March 18, 2021

Reference-based pricing (RBP) is a health care cost-containment model that relies on a network of medical providers to negotiate set prices for services and procedures. Not only does this methodology provide employers with cost-cutting benefits, it also offers employees certainty in an otherwise uncertain health care system. In the first post of our RBP series, we introduced referenced-based pricing. Our second post unveils specific types of companies that benefit most from RBP, as well as where this model thrives in the U.S. and what savings to expect.

posted by TrueNorth Events on Monday, February 22, 2021

The COVID-19 vaccine is making its way across the country. How will it impact your business? When will drivers be afforded the opportunity to get it? What is your role? We have partnered with legal firm Fisher & Phillips to bring you all the information you need to know about the vaccine.

posted on Thursday, February 11, 2021

Reference-based pricing (RBP) is a viable option for many companies to consider; however, many employers are still unclear about how it genuinely works. Our first of three posts in this RBP series cuts through the noise and explores whether this health care plan may work for your business.

posted by TrueNorth Employee Benefits on Monday, February 8, 2021

Tuesday Morning with Justin featuring John Greenwood, COO of Goldfinch Health.

posted on Wednesday, January 6, 2021

We have all seen the pop-ups on our laptops or phones: "Update is available, click here to download." We are constantly urged to do as we are told because these software updates improve our apps by boosting cyber-security and removing glitches. So, in the spring when a pop-up message hit the screens of an IT staff using a popular piece of software called SolarWinds, around 18,000 workers in companies and governments diligently downloaded the update for their offices.