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Crain’s Cleveland Business explores how our Akron Public Schools partnership generates cost savings, improved employee health, and more resources for the classroom.

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We’re excited to announce a joint venture partnership with St. Louis-based SSM Health to offer innovative, value-based primary care. This partnership will enable employers to provide their employees and dependents unparalleled access to high-quality health care services while reducing overall costs. In the months ahead, the new company will be evaluating opportunities to expand this primary care offering to other communities outside the St. Louis region.  

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Today we're announcing the appointment of Kirk Rosin to the Paladina Health leadership team as our new Chief Revenue Officer. Rosin brings more than 20 years of experience in benefits administration, account management, sales leadership and healthcare consulting to his new role, where he will be responsible for delivering revenue-generation strategies that help the company exceed growth goals, drive product value, and ensure success for Paladina Health customers nationwide.

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Paladina Health and Activate Healthcare CEO Chris Miller explains in a letter to the editor in The Wall Street Journal how employers and consumers enjoy cost savings through employer-sponsored direct primary care.

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Employers are increasingly focused on improving access and quality of care for their workers, according to a new Willis Towers Watson survey. 

 

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Geneia, a healthcare analytic solutions and services company that is simplifying the evolution to value-based care, announced today a multi-year partnership with Paladina Health, an innovative physician-access model of healthcare that can improve patient care and satisfaction. 

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The United States ranks No.1 for highest health care costs per person. Annual family health insurance premiums rose 5% last year, averaging $19,616, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. A healthy couple retiring at 65 this year can expect to spend $285,000 on health care in retirement, says Fidelity Investments. So, what could lower crushing health care costs in America?

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While many Americans dream of retiring early, most believe the idea is just that — a dream. Workers are concerned they won’t be able to afford healthcare in their golden years, and the good news is that employers are actually doing something about it.

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Are worksite clinics an old-school solution to employers’ current cost problems? Employer-sponsored clinics developed in the industrial boom during and after World War II, but now companies crushed by rising healthcare costs are taking another look at the model. 

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Direct primary care (DPC) is the Netflix of primary care. In exchange for a small monthly fee, patient members of the DPC clinic have around-the-clock access to the services that their physician offers. There is no health insurance – just the patient paying the doctor a monthly fee in exchange for health care.

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