Employers spend $1.2 trillion on healthcare every year.
From 2006 to 2018, the total cost of healthcare per employee increased from $8,079 to $14,156—a 75% increase. And rising costs aren’t translating into a better experience—administration is cumbersome, and employees are unhappy with the level of service. Traditional approaches to managing health benefits simply aren’t working. To maximize your healthcare investment, it’s time to think about doing things differently.
Is it time for a change? Answer these questions to find out.