Starbucks spends more on healthcare than they do on coffee.
Healthcare is an organization's second or third largest expense however the industry has made you believe there's nothing you can do about it. The focus needs to be on getting members to high quality, low cost healthcare.
How does your plan do that today? The answer: it doesn't.
employers paid an average of $10,000 per employee to cover 70 percent of the cost of health insurance, leaving workers with a price tag of about $4,200 for the remaining 30% of the expense.
over not being able to afford health insurance or medical care are among the top reasons why Americans are delaying retirement.
mere overuse of medical services, a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that the high cost of medical treatments and procedures is what makes healthcare expenditures twice as costly in the U.S. than in other wealthy countries.
top-selling medications worldwide cost on average three times more in the United States than they do in other developed countries.
"I was tired of comparing our innovative approach to solving healthcare to the current status quo, so we created a whole new category. The term category creation goes beyond simply innovating or bettering a product/service. It focuses on creating a whole new way of doing something…"
– Lester Morales, Founder & CEO
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