Each business quarter, we look at our most popular tweets over the time period. It’s a good opportunity to see what kind of content catches attention and to reflect on how we can best meet the needs of our followers and, of course, our customers and patients.
Please bear in mind these “top” tweets are based on engagement numbers, as opposed to a straight-up number of eyeballs on them. In essence, these are tweets people interacted with by liking, replying, or retweeting.
When you think of ethics in health care, what comes to mind?
Express Scripts Canada scores high on the ethical scorecard because it’s part of the nature of our business; we see it as a key differentiator from our competitors. If we aren’t serving our clients, their customers, and our patients with the highest ethical standard, we aren’t living up to our own expectations.
March is Fraud Prevention Month across Canada. Recognize it, Reject it, Report it!
Through a combination of private and public coverage, Canadians enjoy one of the most comprehensive systems of healthcare benefits on the planet. We should rightly be thankful for this privilege, but we should also be careful to ensure that we continue to enjoy it into the future.
Simply put, “Jordan’s Principle” is a child-first principle calling on the government of first contact to ensure First Nations children can access public services on the same terms as other children. The principle was a result of Jordan River Anderson, who was a First Nations child from Norway House Cree Nation in Manitoba. He was born with complex medical needs that could not be treated on-reserve.
It’s long been understood that sunlight affects our mood. For Canadians and others who live far from the equator, we have come to know that our long winters filled with short days makes us cranky.