Redirect Health’s newest product, iEverydayCARE, was mentioned as a cutting-edge healthcare solution in In Business Magazine’s latest cover story. Piloting in the Phoenix-area right now, iEverydayCARE is a high-quality, high-value healthcare plan for individuals and families. It’s designed for people who are priced out of traditional insurance and for those who are tired of paying more money each year for fewer benefits with their employer’s plan.
Redirect Health Appoints New Director of Business Development as National Expansion Booms David Slepak to help guide distribution strategy, helping Redirect Health deliver easy and affordable health care solutions to small midsized businesses
As demand grows for more affordable and convenient healthcare plans, Redirect Health is spreading word about its unique solution that leverages a self-insurance model and care logistics concierge. Next stop: the Workplace Benefits Renaissance tradeshow happening March 1 in New Orleans. More than 500 brokers, agents, advisers and business owners will have an opportunity to learn about new workplace strategies, participate in networking events and garner new business.
Uncertainty and confusion define today’s healthcare landscape as the Trump Administration and elected officials grapple with the hotly debated “Repeal and Replace” effort.
Landscape contractors, and many contractors in general, have specific healthcare needs that are ideally fulfilled using a self-insurance model. Redirect Health Enrollment Manager Clay Perry breaks down the benefits of this model in the latest issue of the Arizona Landscape Contractor Association’s Influencer Magazine. Check out the full story to see what the government really requires and how landscape contractors can put an end to overpaying.
The uncertainty surrounding the Affordable Care Act “Repeal and Replace” effort is among the biggest issues in healthcare today. Yet in this article for Employee Benefits Advisor, Redirect Health CEO Paul Johnson claims the ACA doesn’t really matter. He explains what would really fix America’s broken healthcare system, and why self-insurance is a critical component. Read the full story.
Medical director of national healthcare company gets to heart of the issue, sheds light on complexity, true costs and employer solutions
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – (Jan. 23, 2017) – With a new Administration and clashing viewpoints on the success and viability of the Affordable Care Act, many Americans believe the next president holds the future of healthcare in his hands. Redirect Health, a national healthcare company based in Scottsdale, Ariz., contests this view.
Az Business recently spotlighted the critical efforts of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC), the area’s premier economic development organization, as well as the factors impacting the Valley’s growth and business climate. Redirect Health CEO Paul Johnson was called upon to offer his insights, speaking to the region’s lifestyle, education and pro-business policy. A longtime local business leader, Paul is an entrepreneur, developer, former mayor and councilman of the City of Phoenix, and a founding member of GPEC. Read the full story.
As part of the Cronkite News “Hooked” project, a documentary about the opioid crisis in Arizona, Cronkite invited Redirect Health cofounder and medical director, Janice Johnston, M.D., to weigh in on Gov. Doug Ducey’s letter urging that Arizona physicians receive more education on drug addiction. Dr. Johnston commended the governor’s efforts to take a stand on this issue, and also shared Redirect Health’s approach to educating patients about their treatment options. For example, providers take time to explain that opioids are really just heroin derivatives, which helps patients better understand the dangers of misusing the drugs.
While a self-insurance model has been used by large corporations and government entities for decades, small- and mid-sized companies are just now realizing the advantages on a wide scale. To further educate benefits professionals and HR leaders at these companies, Paul Johnson authored a commentary for BenefitsPRO – The Case for Self-Funding at Small- and Mid-sized Businesses. He explains how a smart self-funding solution works, and how businesses of all sizes can implement the model to save money while increasing the quality and convenience of care.
The saying goes that the U.S. spends $3 trillion a year in healthcare – but that saying is patently false. In a commentary for Insurance Thought Leadership, Redirect Health Co-founder Dr. David Berg dives deep into our nation’s “healthcare” spending, correcting widespread misconceptions about the health industry and shining a light on the excess, waste and administration that are built right into our nation’s healthcare system.
With the New Year upon us, Employee Benefit News invited Paul Johnson to discuss the benefits of self-funding vs. traditional health insurance. In his commentary, he shared the opportunity for companies to transform healthcare from a costly problem to a competitive advantage.
To ring in the New Year, In Business Magazine called on the Valley’s top thinkers to weigh in on important issues facing Arizona and the nation. Paul Johnson, a leader in healthcare disruption, shared the stark realities of today’s healthcare industry as well as new hope for the future. Employers, he noted, are taking matters into their own hands by implementing self-funded plans that lower costs, limit business owners’ liability and increase value for employees. Learn about Paul’s top three strategies for transforming healthcare.
Since its founding in 2013, Redirect Health has been disrupting the healthcare industry and helping entrepreneurs shift their mindsets about what’s really possible with their company healthcare plans, and how they can transform healthcare from a burden into a hiring tool.
The Phoenix Business Journal recently honored Redirect Health as one of the Best Places to Work in the Valley. Among all micro-sized companies, it took the No. 13 spot. The company was recognized for its benefits and perks, including free healthcare, as well as a workplace culture that bucks the status quo and values innovation and experimentation.
C-level executives nationwide are struggling to identify the right healthcare solutions for their workforces. In order to remain competitive, they want to offer the care their employees will really need and use, but skyrocketing insurance prices are making that more and more difficult. For many, it seems an impossible situation.
Redirect Health is proud to announce the addition of key directors and enrollment managers who will help drive the organization’s local and national expansion.
Redirect Health CEO Paul Johnson shares the pitfalls of health insurance with national healthcare magazine, MedCity News, in an article that shines a spotlight on the issues of claims and payments. Paul discusses the problem of provider reimbursement – and the fact that insurance companies toss out claims for coding errors or simple administrative oversights. Doctors submit the same claims – again and again – but in many cases never receive payment. This process builds in needless time and administration, drives up the cost of insurance, and cheats doctors of their earnings – and that’s just one tiny problem in an industry that’s rife with waste.
Companies nationwide are struggling to find affordable and high quality healthcare plans for their workforces, and Az Business is aiming to educate readers about viable solutions in the November/December issue of the magazine. One such solution – a self-insurance model – is starting to boom among small and midsized employers that don’t have the same resources and budgets as big businesses.