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Health benefits top the list in employee must-haves, but it is the most expensive benefit to provide. Only 47% of firms with 3 to 9 workers offer coverage. Businesses who can afford to provide health insurance are faced with passing this year’s hikes to their employees. The average annual premiums for employer-sponsored health insurance in 2018 are $6,896 for single coverage and $19,616 for family coverage. (Kaiser Family Foundation)  Pay employees to visit the family doctorHealth

What if you suddenly lost your job and health benefits? This was Sharon's reality before becoming a member of our Colorado Springs PeakMed community. For six weeks she suffered in pain due to a back injury and was low on medication needed to manage her asthma and hypertension. She began rationing her high blood pressure pills because she couldn't afford to see the doctor or pay for her prescriptions. "I thought, oh my

Flu shots are available at your local PeakMed LifeCenter and you might consider getting one. Last year’s 2017-2018 flu season broke records in Colorado with over 4-thousand people hospitalized. (CDPHE) Coloradan’s ages 6-months and older are encouraged to get a flu shot, especially the elderly and those with weak immune systems. The vaccine takes about two weeks to take effect so October and November is a great time to get it. Three facts about flu vaccines  You need

With 2017 in the rear-view mirror, we’re turning our attention to the new year and everything new that comes with flipping the calendar to 2018. At PeakMed, several new things are happening this year that will allow us to improve the way both health and care are being delivered in Colorado. Integrated Behavioral Health Comes to PeakMed First, we’re launching a partnership with AllHealth Network to provide our members at the Tutt LifeCenter with integrated behavioral health services,

Imagine being faced with constant worry and anxiety. Throughout your life, you’ve fret over what other people may feel are “the littlest things,” but these worries eventually fester, and you’re plagued with ongoing stomach aches, migraines or insomnia. As you grow older, activities like taking tests at school and even watching movies exacerbate your stress levels and one day, you’re shaking and struggling to breathe, seemingly out of nowhere. Scary,