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Everlong Group Medical Captive Services is moving employers beyond standard fitness programs by using Springbuk’s sophisticated data analytics to modernize health initiatives. If you are looking for a better way to purchase group health insurance, let’s talk.
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Rod Reasen, co-founder and CEO of Springbuk, says it’s not enough for employers to have access to large amounts of population health data, they need technology that makes it simple enough for the average person to understand.
So many employers — to the tune of almost $100 billion — are doing something called population health,” he says. “They want to reduce healthcare costs, yet they still want to make an investment in improving the health of the employee.
For example, she says, looking at consumer data like the length of a worker’s commute or how many people live in their household, could help an employer get a better picture of how they are likely to engage with their health.
“Our big thesis is let’s show people what they need to know and build a software system that shows them the problems. Instead of giving them a system where they’ve got to go find the problems themselves,” he says.
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