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Kentucky saves $2.5 million in cost of care through use of innovative web-based ‘LiveHealth’ initiative

The Kentucky Personnel Cabinet and Secretary Tom Stephens announced ... doctor consultations and receive top-notch medical care from the convenience of their own homes at no cost to plan members. This creative program allows participants to have access ...

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In addition, the cost benefits to Kentucky should continue to improve as people take further advantage of this user-friendly program The Secretary continued, “With LiveHealth Online Medical there are no appointments, no waiting and no sitting in trafficIt’s quick, easy and connects you to a doctor of your choice in minutes.” “As a parent, I find this program so worthwhileWhy does it seem that your child gets ill after traditional doctor’s office hours are closed?” asked Secretary Stephens. The Kentucky Employees’ Health Plan (KEHP) is the state’s largest self-insured health plan with benefits designed in partnership with multiple vendors to provide greater access to quality healthcare with increased customer service. The Kentucky Executive Branch is the state’s largest employer with over 30,000 employees throughout the state of Kentucky. From Kentucky Personnel Cabinet Tags:health and wellness · Kentucky Employees Health Plan · Kentucky Personnel Cabinet · LiveHealth Online Medical + Behavioral Health · Tom Stephens Related Posts Personnel Cabinet names 28 state employees to Governor’s Minority Management Trainee Program 10/25/2017· 0 Comment Personnel Cabinet receives Prism Award at APA Fall Forum; honored for process improvements 09/28/2017· 0 Comment State Personnel Cabinet to provide employment information during Kentucky State Fair 08/17/2017· 0 Comment Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Read the Raidsonline terms of use. Home Business Government Health Philanthropy Education Sports News Region/State Living Opinion Out of the Blue

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