Month: March 2019
When food makes employees sick, it can be a serious detriment to workplace health, safety, and morale. Follow these simple tips to keep your workplace healthy and safe.
All Canopy Health members have access to the new MyCanopyHealth mobile app and member portal. These platforms allow consumers to preview potential healthcare costs, conduct virtual medical visits from the comfort of their home, and even create Virtual ID cards
Work parties and happy hours can be great for team building. However, as an employer, you are responsible for keeping your employees safe. Here are some simple ways you can make parties safe and welcoming for everyone.
Recurring contract disputes between national health insurers and large health systems can cause anxiety for plan members, but Canopy Health collaborates with providers and carrier partners in a unique way to help people effectively manage their care. Learn about the difference!
C. diff is a dangerous hospital-acquired infection that can lead to life-threatening inflammation of the colon. To decrease instances of C. diff, UCSF Informatics employees are using electronic health records to track the sources of the bacteria.
Canopy Health is excited about the positive contributions Dr. Burnich will bring to the organization for its continued growth.
Endometriosis is a painful disorder found exclusively in women that can lead to fertility problems. If you experience painful periods, intense abdominal cramps, discomfort following intercourse, or other symptoms, you should visit your OB/GYN for a physical exam and ultrasound.
Recently, we launched the MyCanopyHealth mobile app and member portal, which will improve your healthcare experience and streamline your access to refreshingly clear, human care.