DocGo Partners with Redirect Health to Deliver Affordable, On-Demand Urgent Mobile Healthcare to Redirect Health Members in New Jersey and New York

DocGo Inc., a leading provider of last-mile mobile health services, announced a partnership with Redirect Health, a platform that creates & manages healthcare solutions for businesses & employees nationwide, to provide on-demand, urgent mobile care to patients in New Jersey & New York.

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DocGo Partners with Redirect Health to Deliver Affordable, On-Demand Urgent Mobile Healthcare to Redirect Health Members in New Jersey and New York

DocGo Inc., a leading provider of last-mile mobile health services, announced a partnership with Redirect Health, a platform that creates & manages healthcare solutions for businesses & employees nationwide, to provide on-demand, urgent mobile care to patients in New Jersey & New York.

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Redirect Health Partners with NextCare to Provide Members with Broader Urgent Care Options

Redirect Health, a platform that creates and manages healthcare solutions and products that meaningfully improve access and affordability for businesses and employees, has partnered with NextCare, one of the nation’s largest providers of urgent care and occupational medical services.

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Redirect Health Partners with PicassoMD to Streamline Access to Specialty Care

Redirect Health, a platform that creates and manages healthcare solutions for businesses and employees nationwide, today announced its partnership with PicassoMD, a platform that connects healthcare providers for real-time clinical decision support, referrals, and care coordination in a HIPAA-compliant environment.

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Food Poisoning: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Food poisoning occurs when people consume food contaminated with a bacteria, fungus, parasite, or virus — in other words, something toxic that humans shouldn’t eat. Your body responds by trying to remove the toxins, usually via vomiting, diarrhea, and/or fever.

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6 surprising reasons you might feel sick in the morning, even if you’re not pregnant

If you’re a woman, feeling sick in the morning is known as one of the first signs you’re pregnant. But it’s not the only reason you might feel queasy when you wake up.

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The 6 Best Thermometers of 2022, Tested and Reviewed

Even if you keep your medicine cabinet pretty sparse, a good thermometer should always be part of your home health toolkit.

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Health Plans

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Benefits are an Investment, Not an Expense

As benefits advisors, does it often seem easiest to just renew your client with the health plan they had last year? What if the rising cost of doing this has eroded participation so much it is starting to become embarrassing?

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2023 Guide to Providing Health Insurance for Employees

In the United States, it’s estimated that approximately 26 million people still remain without health insurance. Although that number is at an all-time low, having 26 million people uninsured aren’t words you want to associate with the world’s richest country.

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A Guide To The Most Common Types of Insurance

The sad truth is many people in the U.S. still don’t have health insurance. In fact, as of 2020, there were still about 28 million people without health insurance at any point during the year.

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Best Medical Alert Systems With Fall Detection

Trips and falls can be life-changing for seniors, disabled people, or those living with chronic conditions. That’s why medical alert systems that have fall detection can prove to be invaluable.

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The Challenges of Telemental Health, and How They Can Be Overcome

Of all the medical specialties impacted by telemedicine during the course of the pandemic, perhaps the one with the most wholesale and lasting effects is behavioral and mental health.

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Ohio Bill to Increase Access to Breast Cancer Screenings For All Ages Will Become Law

Ohio is set to make breast cancer care much more accessible than ever before, potentially saving thousands of lives in the state.

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2023 Guide to Providing Health Insurance for Employees

In the United States, it’s estimated that approximately 26 million people still remain without health insurance. Although that number is at an all-time low, having 26 million people uninsured aren’t words you want to associate with the world’s richest country.

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Achieve Higher Engagement During Open Enrollment With an Employee-First Approach to Benefits

The cost of healthcare in the United States has risen every year for decades. This trend will undoubtedly continue, at least in the near-term.

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What is an Assignment of Benefits?

The last time you sought medical care, you likely made an appointment with your provider, got the treatment you needed, paid your copay or deductible, and that was it.

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How Will Relaxed COVID Guidelines Affect Your Next Trip?

About two and a half years into the pandemic, you might be wearing masks less often and traveling more often than you did last year.

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Here’s How Many People Actually Have “Long COVID”

COVID cases are finally starting to decline, but that doesn’t mean the pandemic is over and we can let our guard down.

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What You Need to Know About the New COVID-19 Booster Shot

In just a few days, millions of Americans will be able to get their second COVID-19 booster shot. It will also be available for kids as young as 12.

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