“Every CEO in America has woken up and begun to pay attention to their healthcare costs, recognizing that we can move from a system of healthcare that is sponsored by employers to one that is driven by them. A system that goals toward outcomes, that focuses on improving the health and wellness of our people.” —Dr. Rajaie Batniji at Intelligence Squared Debate, September 2018.
Who will actually save America’s broken healthcare system? That’s a loaded question. While there are many theories around what could happen, we at Collective Health have a strong view on what will.
Who will actually save America’s broken healthcare system?
We believe that American employers, not the government, are in the best position to save our healthcare system—demanding transparency, driving down costs, and improving health outcomes. Why? Because they are the most incentivized player in the industry and we can’t afford to wait for a broken Washington to make a move.
Check out our co-founder and Chief Health Officer, Dr. Rajaie Batniji, on Intelligence Squared arguing on behalf of employers and retailers in a debate titled “Retail Alliances – Not Washington – Will Save the U.S. Health Care System.”