If Americans will come together and support one another in having universal healthcare, we can lift this worry from our fellow citizens. It requires us not to be "blue" or "red" — but to simply be compassionate humans.
For too many people, healthcare just happens — often causing frustration, expense, and lack of certainty. Narus believes individuals prefer to have someone truly listen, provide personal support and offer specific guidance for them and their family. We believe if you provide that 24/7, you can be available when people need help and support the most.
n a competitive labor market, employers are looking for new cost containment strategies beyond shifting more costs to employees. They are pursuing new contract arrangements with providers, offering care coordination to their employees, and considering narrow networks to help them tackle healthcare prices.