Massachusetts has been one of the states hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. Below are some ways that the AllWays Health Partners Population Health and Analytical teams have responded to assist our population. This includes developing specialized outreach programs and expanding or transforming existing services.
Today's blog post is a message from AllWays Health Partners' President and CEO David Segal regarding current events.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, AllWays Health Partners has seen a tremendous increase in the utilization of telehealth services. It’s unclear if telehealth will remain popular after COVID-19, but insurance companies are taking notice of the change, including AllWays Health Partners. 17% of our total population has started to receive health care services through this platform compared to 0.02% in 2019.
This Sunday, May 31, is World No Tobacco Day organized by The World Health Organization (WHO). This year, WHO’s focus is on young people, and how the tobacco industry uses strategic advertising to make smoking appealing to youth. In addition, WHO discusses the added COVID-19 risk that smoking creates. Now is a great time for your patients to quit smoking, and we have resources available to help them do that.
Today's post is from our broker blog, AllWays Insider. Last week, we posted about how your patients can tell their children about COVID-19, and this post has information for both you and your patients on our new webinar about working from home with children.
For many parents, working from home with kids in the house is yet another new and stressful experience brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Between balancing work responsibilities, helping kids with school work, and the everyday tasks of running a household, things like ‘free time’ and ‘self-care’ can start to seem like a fantasy. That’s why we’re sharing some coping strategies and survival skills for parents from our recent workshop on cultivating self-care during the pandemic.