Health technology firm Collective Health to open a Utah office
The San Francisco company will open a new office in Salt Lake City to support its continued growth and bring hundreds of jobs to the area.
Collective Health gives companies a smarter way to provide healthcare coverage through technology. Employers spend $1.2 trillion on health benefits for over 155 million workers, making them our best partners in the pursuit of better healthcare.
With the only platform that can connect and administer an entire health benefits ecosystem—health plans, benefits programs, spending accounts, member services—we enable them to optimize their healthcare investment while giving employees the best coverage possible.
Following strongest year in revenue growth to-date, Collective Health adds to leadership team to support expanding client base and accelerate growth
By transforming the healthcare experience for companies and their employees, Collective Health brings on new clients across wide array of industries and maintains 100 percent client renewal rate
Karen brings deep financial and administrative expertise as Collective Health continues transforming health benefits and lowering the cost of healthcare for American employers
Platform-based approach to engaging members in the right care, and reducing administrative waste, makes a dent in American companies’ $1.2 trillion annual healthcare spend
Delivery is an exciting first step in long-term, strategic partnership focused on transforming employer healthcare through more efficient, technology-driven products
Initial partner offerings reduce complexity and deployment time for employers pioneering innovative strategies in behavioral health, fertility and maternity, and digitally delivered care
Initial proposed pilot will focus on how expanded access to transportation can help members navigating complex care
Company raises $110 million to drive expansion of technology and service platform that helps U.S. employers optimize the delivery of employee healthcare and manage their $1.2 trillion annual spend
Employee healthcare platform enables companies to better manage healthcare costs while delivering the industry’s highest member satisfaction
Eric Parmenter, Kaye Foster, and Larry Leisure will provide critical expertise around driving greater value and innovation in employee health benefits.
Intuitive design and cutting-edge features drive mobile adoption that’s 4X the industry average
Kragh joins as several new strategic employers select Collective Health for their 2018 health benefits plan
Collective Health appoints Adam Kovalevsky as Senior Vice President of Product Development.
Collective Health drives 500x growth, hires commercial leaders and delivers new member product.
Collective Health appoints Senior Director of Clinical and Network Solutions.
Collective Health appoints Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President of Sales and Customer Success and doubles its membership to 70,000 lives.
Over Half Of Americans Insured Under Employer-Sponsored Healthcare Say Paid Maternity Leave Is Very Important Or Absolutely Essential
Access to Healthcare Benefits Drives Career Choices for Over Three Quarters of Americans
Health Insurance Technology and Services Company to Scale Nationally in 2016
The San Francisco company will open a new office in Salt Lake City to support its continued growth and bring hundreds of jobs to the area.
Collective Health continues to grow adoption of its technology platform by helping employers save costs and improve the employee experience.
Business Insider spoke with our newest board member, Karen Boone, to discuss why she's joining Collective Health and what she's excited about.
Laura Newell joins Collective Health after overseeing communications for iOS and iCloud at Apple for five years.
Our CEO Ali Diab sat down with Quartz for a Q&A to discuss what motivates him in building a fair and balanced working environment at Collective Health.
Our VP of Client Success Hope Kragh spoke with MedCityNews about the innovative ways employers are engaging their employees in health benefits.
Collective Health was recently recognized as one of the best “Small and Medium Workplaces” by Fortune and Great Places to Work.
Our Chief Medical Officer, Rajaie Batniji, speaks with CNBC to discuss the importance of prioritizing data science in order to effectively improve healthcare outcomes.
Business Insider takes a look at the most promising digital health companies, recognizing Collective Health for its work to reimagine employer-sponsored healthcare.
Our Chief Medical Officer, Rajaie Batniji, recently joined one of Intelligence Squared’s infamous debates to argue for retail alliances and employers in saving our healthcare system.
EBN recaps a panel it recently hosted titled "The Rise of the Employer-Driven Healthcare Economy".
Our SVP of Marketing, Sarahjane Sacchetti, writes about what an award winning Open Enrollment program means to our customers and members.
A LinkedIn feature article examines our CHO’s journey from doctor to entrepreneur, and why practicing medicine gives him a unique perspective as a co-founder at Collective Health.
BenefitsPro takes a deeper look at Rajaie Batniji’s recent byline in STAT News examining the benefits of the employer-sponsored healthcare model.
Our groundbreaking Open Enrollment experience is recognized as a finalist for Fast Company’s 2018 Innovation By Design award.
Dr Rajaie Batniji writes an op-ed exploring how U.S. employers are rethinking healthcare and leading the transition from an employer-sponsored to an employer-driven healthcare system.
Analysts at CB Insights examine Amazon’s healthcare strategy, and how it could take a page out of Collective Health’s book when it comes to claims and benefits management.
Dr. Rajaie Batniji looks at the different ways technology will impact the healthcare industry, and how companies can help accelerate its adoption.
A look at the new frontier in health insurance and benefits, where companies like Collective Health are tackling the industry's underlying problems from the ground up.
A Q&A with Collective Health's CEO Ali Diab on the importance of building diversity and inclusion into your company's DNA, and the principles he applied when growing Collective Health.
Rajaie Batniji, Collective Health's Co-founder and Chief Health Officer, discusses how Collective Health's platform helps employers maximize their healthcare investment while delivering a better experience for their people.
Ex-GE CEO Jeff Immelt reflects on the moment he decided healthcare was his problem to fix, and announces he's joining Collective Health's board.
Jeff Immelt, the former CEO of General Electric, joined the advisory board of Collective Health, a software startup whose platform helps manage employer healthcare programs.
Jeff Immelt, the former CEO of GE, discusses the employer-driven healthcare economy and why he's decided to join Collective Health’s Board of Directors.
An op-ed from Rajaie Batniji, Collective Health's Co-founder and Chief Health Officer, on how employers can break down the barriers to behavioral health treatment.
A Q&A with the head of Collective Health's new Chicago office about how he inspires fresh ideas.
Collective Health's $110M in funding was among the mega rounds that defined a record setting period for digital health.
Collective Health will help employers manage high cost claims with its new joint integrated stop-loss coverage offering with Sun Life Financial.
In a LinkedIn Op-ed, our CEO Ali Diab examines healthcare's technology problem, and the opportunities ahead for business leaders to reshape how we interact with and pay for healthcare.
WSJ checks in on Collective Health, the No. 2 company on last year’s list, after it raised another $110M in funding earlier this year.
Collective Health’s CEO Ali Diab is named one of the top 20 HR technology innovators for his company's work in using technology to improve the employee benefits experience and help employers save on healthcare costs
Collective Health's National Leader of Value-Based care provides an employer checklist to understand, navigate, and build a plan for value-based care
Collective Health’s Partner Program helps employers harness the power of emerging digital health offerings to deliver the best care options to their employee
An examination of the effectiveness of simplicity, and how Collective Health uses third grade language to help our members make better decisions about their health.
Collective Health's CFO Kenneth Hahn takes a deeper look at the relationship between Finance and HR, and three key metrics they can align on for better control over their company's healthcare investment.
Digital health off to roaring start with $1.62B across 77 deals, including $110 million for Rock Health portfolio company, Collective Health
Companies are trying different approaches to take control of their health benefits—from Walmart’s experiments with ACOs to RH’s decision to switch to Collective Health.
On the heels of the biggest year in venture funding, the digital health space is starting off 2018 with a bang: record Q1 funding of $1.62B, three $100M+ mega-deals, and a massive exit.
In discussing his new book, Jeff Pfeffer notes that while demand for productivity continues to strain our workforce, some companies prioritize employee health as part of their bottom line.
A look at Activision Blizzard's innovative benefits program, and how Collective Health is helping build out its partner ecosystem.
In Part 1 of this 2-part podcast, National Leader of Value-based Care at Collective Health explores why a market where buyers and sellers don’t know each other has led to misaligned market incentives.
Collective Health Inc., a startup offering tech-savvy tools for managing health benefits, has raised a fresh infusion of investor cash as it seeks to win over more employers fed up with a fragmented, costly market.
The San Francisco-based company, founded in 2013, is betting that growing dissatisfaction with rising health-care costs will lure more firms to its technology, which lets employers cut through the tangle of different benefits they typically administer.
Collective Health helps employers build out health plans that fit their needs by adding technology with the hope of making things like submitting claims and reading bills easier. In total, the company has now raised about $230 million from investors including Peter Thiel's Founders Fund, NEA, and GV.
Collective Health has raised $110 million in new funding from new and existing investors (including GV, Alphabet's investment arm), giving the startup $230 million of raised cash to date. The new funding indicates more employers want to use companies like Collective Health to keep costs in check and manage the maddening behind-the-scenes process of health benefits.
Collective Health, an employee benefits platform that uses predictive analytics to match employees with programs, has raised $110 million in funding to scale operations.
Collective Health, a company that developed a workforce health management system that’s been compared with the kind of model the Amazon-Berkshire Hathaway-JPMorgan Chase alliance would like to emulate, has raised a new round of funding as the San Francisco-based business opens a new office in Chicago and seeks to expand its customer base.
Enterprise health management startup Collective Health has added another $110 million to the coffers from existing high-profile investors such as Founders Fund and Alphabet’s investment arm GV, bringing the total now raised to a cool $230 million.
Reaction is pouring in across many industries on the news that Amazon.com Inc., Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. plan to set up a new independent company so that the three partners can offer health-care services to their U.S. employees more transparently and at a lower cost.
Co-Founder and CEO Ali Diab appears on "Bloomberg Technology" to discuss the plan by Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan to create an independent company focused on technology solutions to health care.
JPMorgan Chase and Berkshire Hathaway have joined forces with Amazon to form a new healthcare company for all U.S. employees. This is big news for the industry, and it could possibly have ramifications not only for health insurance giants, but also smaller tech companies.
Detailing what went right and wrong—before you forget—can make the next go-round easier.
Highlights of Co-Founder and Chief Health Officer Rajaie Batniji’s talk at the Forbes Healthcare Summit.
Dr. Andy Halpert talks with Michael Menerey for the Reconstructing Healthcare Podcast, discussing Dr. Halpert’s diverse experience and Collective Health’s ability to connect and administer an entire health benefits ecosystem.
National Business Group on Health's Brian Marcotte and Collective Health's Dr. Rajaie Batniji share three actionable principles that will help any company maximize the ROI of their healthcare spend.
Collective Health received an honorable mention in Fast Company Innovation by Design Awards in the User Experience category.
Collective Health received an honorable mention in Fast Company Innovation by Design Awards in the Health category.
SHRM reports on our Marketer's Guide to Open Enrollment, highlighting it discusses how to tailor open enrollment messages to address different employee types and those with different family needs.
Our SVP of Marketing and other HR leaders share tips to make the most out of Open Enrollment season in HR Magazine.
Forbes reports on how Collective Health uses simple and clear language to help people make smarter decisions about their healthcare.
Collective Health is listed as No. 2 on The Wall Street Journal’s Top 25 Tech Companies to Watch
Employers have an important decision to make if the AHCA is passed—pay a little now, or a lot more later. Collective Health’s Ali Diab and Humu’s Laszlo Bock share their stance in Fast Company.
CNN reports on Collective Health’s model and the huge potential for the employer market.
MobiHealthNews reports on CareX, our new product that's designed to help employees navigate their healthcare options.
Collective Health has been included in Forbes’ second annual list of next billion-dollar startups.
CNBC reports on how switching to Collective Health paid off for Activision Blizzard.
Collective Health was selected as a honoree for the health category of Fast Company's 2016 Innovation by Design Awards.
Collective Health has been named a Fast Company Innovation by Design finalist in the health category.
Collective Health was included in an article that covered some of the challenges that exist in resolving member questions in the health insurance industry.
Co-founder and Chief Health Officer, Dr. Rajaie Batniji's dives into why the Senate should tap employers, providers, insurers and health tech innovators to improve the Mental Health Reform Act of 2016.
An ecosystem map developed by Greylock Partners that gives an overview of the different startups within the insurance space.
The Dig|Benefits Technology Innovator Awards recognized our co-founder, Dr. Rajaie Batniji, for his work creating Collective Health.
A recap of venture fund Rock Health's seventh retreat focused on promoting gender diversity and supporting women leaders in digital health. Co-founder and CEO, Ali Diab was on the opening panel discussing the topic.
A profile of Dr. Rajaie Batniji, co-founder of Collective Health and his work to create a better experience for everyone who touches employer-sponsored health benefits.
It's less about the money than trying to solve the right problems. Collective Health is mentioned as one of the startups led by a medical professional bringing deep industry expertise to the table.
Dave Chase proposes that a growing number of employers are asking, “what do health plans do that couldn’t be done better by an algorithm?” and mentions Collective Health as an example of a tool to help answer this.
Business Journal publishes its inaugural ranking of the 25 biggest Digital Health Companies in the Greater Bay Area, ranking them in terms of number of local employees.
Why Dr. Rajaie Batniji ditched a promising career in medicine and academia to co-found digital health startup, Collective Health.
Most employees prioritize healthcare benefits in their job choices, but they also don’t quite understand what those benefits mean. But it’s not all bad news, says our Chief Commercial Officer, Kristin Baker Spohn.
From on-site fast food to relaxation lounges, it could be said we’re living in the era of the employee perk. But the work benefit to which employees pay most attention is healthcare.
Collective Health Inc., a startup that helps employers provide health insurance for their workers, raised $81 million as the firm takes its technology nationwide.
Enterprise health insurance services platform Collective Health has raised a healthy $81 million in Series C funding to help the startup continue to grow its team, as well as cover the U.S. market.
Few people trust their health insurance company. Customer service is poor, the language on benefits is obscure and patients who fork out thousands of dollars in deductibles can discover at an inopportune time that their plan doesn’t cover a procedure.
Collective Health, which provides tools to help companies with their employer-provided insurance, said on Tuesday that it had raised $81 million in a new round of financing.
Insurance companies are notoriously unloved. But few of us hold as much contempt for the industry as Ali Diab
What happens when a veteran Silicon Valley entrepreneur feels gouged and taken advantage of by a health-insurance company? You get Collective Health, a new software-as- a-service company
The founders of Collective Health, a Silicon Valley startup, say they can help employers save money by self-insuring rather than paying premiums to a health insurance company.
Collective Health helps companies create tailored plans to match the needs of its workforce. It also makes it easy for employers to mine data about employee health.
A new San Mateo, Calif., company wants to make it cheaper and easier for small firms to tap into the savings of self-funded health insurance.