Category: Health Insurance

High-Value, Simplified Health Care Options for Employers

Posted: June 20, 2022

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Populytics is able to offer a comprehensive program for self-insured employers that strips away the layers and consolidates health care management. Population Health Management Solutions gets straight to the heart of what employees want: high-value, simplified health care. Read Post

Business Development Team Expands With Direct-To-Employer Health Care Sales Specialist

Posted: May 6, 2022

Populytics has announced Zackary Jones has joined the Business Development, Sales, and Marketing Team as Sr. Sales Executive. His extensive experience in the wholesale insurance markets will be advantageous in promoting Populytics’ Health Management Solutions and driving the direct-to-employer sales strategy in the market with local brokers and employer groups.  Read Post

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Why Companies Like GM and Walmart are Opting for Direct Health Care Contracting

Posted: March 15, 2022

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There are numerous factors driving the search for alternatives to traditional employee health care insurance models. Mostly, it’s a desire to mitigate costs as well as have more control over benefit designs and offerings. Either way, employers are starting to take charge. Read Post

Working with an Integrated Third-Party Administrator Can Improve Health Plan Value for Employers

Posted: February 3, 2022

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Self-insured health care plans have grown in popularity, especially since the nationwide health care overhaul 10 years ago. More employers, including those with less than 1,000 employees, are agreeing to take on the risk of assuming expenses themselves in order to reduce overall health care and benefit costs. However, if employers are not versed in the administrative side of providing health care benefits, all the advantages of a self-insured plan could be lost in mismanagement. Read Post

Direct Health Care Contracting

Posted: December 14, 2021

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Direct-to-employer (D2E) contracting means that a self-insured employer works directly with a health care provider, usually a large health system, accountable care organization, or population health management firm. Together they negotiate the terms by which the provider will supply and manage the health care for the company’s employees and their dependents. The arrangement may cover the full range of services outlined in the plan or may be designed to address specific services such as joint replacement surgery, cardiac catheterizations, or other medical procedures. Read Post
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