for your organization.

Be a game changer.

You’ve been struggling with skyrocketing healthcare premiums, year after year. Meanwhile, your employees have been paying too much for healthcare and are unable to navigate the healthcare maze without the right tools and resources to make them healthy.


You need more than a TPA. You need a game-changing health plan management approach to help you lower your healthcare costs and a partner with a tech-meets-service platform that will support you from beginning to end. Download our info sheet to learn more.



Helping your people learn the new rules of the game.

Sure, breaking the rules may not be easy. Savings like these don’t come without some work. Our health plan management approach requires people to change the way they behave with their benefits. Don’t worry – we’ve got it covered.


We’ve got all the resources you need to help you and your employees learn the new way to play the healthcare game.




The healthcare system is complicated.

And employees shouldn’t have to battle it alone.
Download our member journey infographic to share
the best experience ever with your people.



We’re in the news.

In SIIA’s December issue of the Self-Insurer, our Chief Growth Officer, Ray West, dives into the good, the bad and the ugly of reference-based pricing, including innovative approaches employers are pairing with their self-insured health plans.


“The aim is to help consumers understand hospital charges as well as how to access care, communicate with their doctor and deal with balance bills. As part of their education, employees enjoy freedom of choice without narrow networks.”



Because, it pays to break the rules (literally).

Typically, when the end of a plan year is approaching, HR professionals cross their fingers and hope for their premiums to increase only slightly for the next plan year. That game stinks.


Our health plan management approach to self-funded benefits reduces the amount of money organizations spend on healthcare by an average of 20 – 30% when compared to their previous year.