Insights From the Largest Claims Database in the Country: Help Clients Prepare for Rising Claims Costs
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Accelerating inflation and a post-COVID return to getting care are impacting a wide range of healthcare and claims costs. Unfortunately, traditional methods of cost containment, such as increasing deductibles, have been exhausted: the average US family now has a health plan deductible that is greater than the cash they have in the bank. Due to this, many advisors are struggling to retain at-risk clients who are looking to switch plans or brokers as a way to alleviate rising costs. Fortunately, new innovative incentive accounts and plan designs can address these challenges to employers and employees.
Join this complimentary webcast to discover insights from the largest claims database in the country. Topics discussed will include:
- New methods of cost-containment that can help save employer clients 10-20%
- Solutions to help grow your business and retain at-risk clients
- The key to delivering higher quality care while lowering costs
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|Nick Reber | Founder and CEO | Garner Health
Nick Reber is the Founder and CEO of Garner Health, where he oversees all aspects of the business. Nick founded Garner with a mission to transform healthcare by helping people find the highest quality care while reducing costs for both employers and employees. Under his leadership, Garner’s game-changing solutions have made it one of the fastest growing healthcare tech companies in the country. Prior to founding Garner, Nick served on the leadership team at Oscar Health where he focused on analytics and provider network development, and helped oversee the firm’s growth to over $2 billion in revenue. Prior to Oscar, Nick was a partner at Bridgewater Associates where he served as co-head of Research Analytics.