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Data-Driven Health Management

Healthier people. Healthier profits.

Did you know that 87% of a health plan’s costs are attributed to the direct purchase of healthcare services? Most broker will have you lower benefits, increase employee costs or switch carriers – none of which do anything for long-term cost control for your organization.

Combining both benefits experts and healthcare clinicians is critical to offer you a complete health plan solution. We address all your benefit plan’s administrative and compliance issues as well as its cost drivers.

Our proprietary solution, which is systematic and proactive, will improve the health status of your employees, lower health insurance costs (for everyone), increase productivity and job satisfaction and improve healthcare outcomes – everyone wins.

Do you know how healthy your company’s benefit plan is?

Our proprietary reports help you answer four critical questions about your company’s benefits:

  • How is your plan running financially versus what was expected in prior years?
  • What disease states, categories of care and large claims are driving your company’s costs?
  • Which claimants are most likely to drive future healthcare claims?
  • How successful are we in preventing or curing disease and diagnosing it in the earliest stages?

Through the thoughtful analysis of your health plan, demographic, claims and predictive modeling data, our benefits experts and healthcare clinicians are able to better manage your health plan and give you the actionable information you need for confident and superior decision-making.

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Employee engagement is tricky. What motivates a person to make significant lifestyle changes is often a mystery – even to behavioral experts.

However, we learned that having our clinicians readily available as advocates for your employees and providing a constant stream of relevant health information proves to be an effective strategy – when your employees are ready to engage in wellness, they’ll know who to turn to.

As your broker, beyond a library of dozens of helpful, informative fliers and articles, we offer nearly 100 Wellness Works sessions on-site, one-on-one sessions, monthly In Good Health fliers and In Good Health Challenges – all written by our clinicians just for you.

We’ve even developed “Fit4Kids” and “Fit4Teens” campaigns which offers age-appropriate health information and games to children and encourages your employees to engage in health-related conversations with their kids.

By building trusting relationships with your employees, we help them navigate the healthcare system to improve their health, which, also leads to lower healthcare costs and productivity gains.

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