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Sponsored Content byMaestro Health

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Maestro Health™, an employee health and benefits company locatedin Chicago’s West Loop, is anything but a stereotypical startup.The emerging technology company was founded by Rob Butler, formerPresident of PayFlex and Head of Aetna Consumer Financial Solutionsand Tony Dillon, former Chief Technology Officer of PayFlex, oncethey decided to give HR and employee benefits the much-neededfacelift it needed.

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Working together. For your benefit(s).

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Whether you’re an employer, employee, broker or carrier, MaestroHealth’s goal is to make employee health and benefits simpler.Their innovation centers around its unique model of owning andoperating key employee health and benefits solutions on a single,comprehensive platform called, maestroEDGE™. While they arededicated to advancing the market by simply building systems thatwork better, their disruption lies in advancing the capabilities ofthe traditional HR and benefits technology through integration andflexibility.

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The maestroEDGE platform ties together four key components ofemployee health and benefits: HR Management, Benefits Marketplace,Benefit Accounts and Self-Funded Insurance. Clients can choose togo all-in with a platform that serves all of these needs, or the ala carte route by choosing standalone solutions. The platform iscompletely configurable, essentially making it a “build your own”HR operating system to fit your unique HR needs.

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“To us, it just made sense to tie together all components of HR,health and benefits on a single platform. All of these areinterdependent from a technological perspective, but moreimportantly from a human perspective,” said Butler. “While webelieve the unique synergies created by our integrated platform canoptimize HR and employee benefits, we knew it was important to alsohave the flexibility to offer our solutions and services a lacarte. Each employer group has their own uniqueneeds.”

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Delivering a truly modern experience.

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maestroEDGE sets itself apart from the pack in three other coreareas: delivering the best tech experience, leveraging data todrive personalization and better healthcare decisions and offeringsolutions that focus on year-round engagement and support. If youask any member of Maestro Health’s leadership team how they’re ableto accomplish such an ambitious feat, they’ll consistently bring upone word, “experience.”

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“Until now, the employee health and benefits experience on boththe front end for employees and the back end for employers has beendecades behind where it should be – and frankly it’s embarrassing,”said Butler. “Benefits are a fundamental point of engagementbetween the employer and employee. If that experience is confusing,frustrating or inefficient for the employee, it reflects directlyon the employer. We believe that equipping HR with the tools theyneed to help their people has a huge, positive impact on the entireorganization.”

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Driving innovation through culture.

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From top down, Maestro Health believes that innovation andprogress stem from culture, values and people. “We’ve consistentlykept a lot of focus on building a strong internal culture,”explained Butler. “We firmly believe culture, values and theattitudes of our employees have a direct impact on the quality ofour products and services.”

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Butler went on to explain how Maestro Health continues to putpeople first in a world where automation, Silicon Valley“unicorns,” and growth can often attract a majority of theattention. “Agility must be part of our DNA – even whilewe’re moving at the speed of light we must be able to adjust coursewithout losing focus of what matters: real people. We hire forempathy in every department. Whether an account manager or adeveloper, our employees must understand the difference we’remaking and it has to matter to them, otherwise how can we reallymeet the needs of who we serve? We accept, embrace and celebrateideas or critique from any part of our company. A great idea cancome from anywhere – stifling that limits the possibilities ofdoing some amazing, new things.”

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Walking the walk.

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The buzz in the HR tech space has recently caught fire. However,leadership at Maestro Health has noticed an unfortunate trend ofall talk and no walk. “You’re engaged by some cool marketing, yousee a fancy demo, then you get a great quote. What good is any ofthat if you can’t actually get what you see in the demo, or thevendor hits you with hidden costs? At Maestro Health, we constantlypush ourselves to under-promise and over-deliver. We see a hugevalue and differentiator in simply being able to follow throughwith our promises and then exceed all expectations as we work withour clients.”

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Where technology meets service.

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Maestro Health was built to exceed client expectations, not onlythrough their technological capabilities, but with an innovativeapproach to service and support. They view each solution they offeras more than a stack of technology. Each solution offered iscomplemented by dedicated experts and a flexible service model tomeet their clients’ specific needs.

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“Healthcare and benefits will always be a very personal, humanexperience. When someone needs help or something goes wrong, peoplewill continue to reach out to others for help. We ensure ourservice teams are knowledgeable, empathetic and accessiblethroughout the year,” says Butler. “That’s where we believe we canhave an even greater positive impact on people’s everyday lives.”

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Maestro Health was born from the passion to bring much-neededimprovement to a critical area in peoples’ lives, and empowerbrokers and employers with more flexibility. It’s safe to say theyshow no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

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