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The Company that Solved Health Care (A Case Study) Part 2

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Part Two: Serigraph:  The Company that Solved Health Care
 
Learn the best practices that can help your company change, innovate and stem the tide of runaway health care costs. 
  • In 2003, Kaiser Family Foundation estimated the average medical costs at $9,068 per family. 
  • In 2003, Serigraph costs were $8,302 per family, 8.5% below the national average.
  • In 2009, Kaiser Family Foundation estimated the average medical costs at $13,591 per family. 
  • In 2009, Serigraph costs were $8,631 per family, 36% below the national average.

The Serigraph gap continues to widen.

 
How did they do it?
 
Join us next week to find out how!
 
Your Host:
 
Matthew Byrne

Mr. Byrne is also co-founder and CMO of Spiralight Group & MyHealthQuoter.come and has developed proprietary systems and processes that leverage innovation to deliver cost savings to his clients.

Mr. Byrne holds a Bachelor of Arts from Boston University and holds a life and health insurance license.

Part One, Listen to my last episode Cost Savings Strategies for Group Health Plans at http://t.co/pQrO1Tvk. #BlogTalkRadio

 

 

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