Join CEO Scott McGohan and Shareholder Anne Marie Singleton for “Side Affects: Disrupting Health Care.” This MB podcast will provoke you, as an employer, to think differently. Scott and Anne Marie share strategies with the power to transform your workforce. They explore the role of leadership and culture to pave the way to better health and productivity. What’s the secret? People; always has been and always will be! Health care is about people, leadership is about people, products are developed for and by people.
SimplePay is an industry-changing approach to health care that delivers the highest quality care at the lowest cost. No deductibles, no plan design, no bills from providers … no surprises. Learn why we believe SimplePay is going to transform health care, and find out today what everyone will be talking about tomorrow.
Brenda Motheral is making a difference in health care. With an impressive 25+ years in the industry, Brenda is working to make the pharmaceutical world transparent. She explains how her company – Epiphany Rx – stands out against other PBMs.
Since 2007, ACAP Health set out to change the way employers approach wellness. The outcomes-based strategy was born, and it has exceeded expectations as a proven way to reduce costs and improve health. It’s a simplified solution that addresses the basic equation: Price x Use = Cost.
Den Bishop, president of Holmes Murphy, has a keen grasp on what’s wrong with health care today and how to change it. This much is clear: Employers cannot continue to shoulder the ever-growing costs of health care. So, what’s the answer – single payer? All-payer? Medicare for all? Or none of the above?
Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase announced they were partnering to change the way benefits are delivered to their employees. If their combined technology can produce simpler, faster and more transparent health care, then Scott says there is hope.
Alex Frommeyer's strategy for dental care is hitting home and bringing the tech. If you’re going to offer dental coverage, Frommeyer says, it makes sense to encourage dental hygiene.
People are biologically meant to move, but our culture - including our workplaces - encourage us to sit and be still. Learn more about the fresh approach to achieving a healthier workforce