The Affordable Care Act upends entrenched business models of healthcare and fosters opportunities for new visionaries to enter and re-shape the system. With fixed payments for providing services to a population, hospitals and providers are incentivized to invest in prevention, efficiency and minimization of unnecessary procedures and administration. Insurers, now capped on margin, must also find ways to be more efficient. And employers will be forced to sort through the economics of being the primary source of coverage for most Americans. How are some companies embracing and taking advantage of these changes?
Benefitter works with employers to help them navigate healthcare reform.