Searching and Buying in the Marketplace Session

October 1st marked the first day that not only Covered California marketplace opened but the entire nation’s health care market. As close to 54 Million American citizens become insured, the challenge is how to make sure these individuals are getting the best, most affordable, care they can. This breakout brought to stage 5 companies making impressive strides in health care equality.

Employers 2.0: Purchasing and Population Management Session

Navigating the waters of purchasing can be very tricky, but the tools this session displayed, aimed at both employer and employee education, make it easier than ever before. In the same vein, managing a group of employees, especially with the changes which came October 1st, can be just as murky but we think we found some people who can help make sense of it all.

ConnectedHealth & Intuit: Searching and Buying in the Marketplace

ConnectedHealth and Intuit joined together to show an exciting new offering with group health, which includes an option for employers to donate to their employee’s plan, and for the employee to choose which plan fits them best.

Joe Donlan started ConnectedHealth with the conviction that the consumer experience in the health system can still be improved. Prior to ConnectedHealth, Joe was vice president of business development for WebMD Health Services and co-founder of Subimo – which licensed an award-winning suite of health care decision support tools and was acquired by WebMD in 2006.

Jay Badenhope guides the development efforts behind Intuit’s small business health benefits offering, enabling small business employees to easily find affordable health insurance and small business owners to painlessly contribute to employee benefits.

ConnectedHealth & Intuit: Employers 2.0: Purchasing and Population Management

ConnectedHealth and Intuit joined together to show an exciting new offering with group health, which includes an option for employers to donate to their employee’s plan, and for the employee to choose which plan fits them best.

Joe Donlan started ConnectedHealth with the conviction that the consumer experience in the health system can still be improved. Prior to ConnectedHealth, Joe was vice president of business development for WebMD Health Services and co-founder of Subimo – which licensed an award-winning suite of health care decision support tools and was acquired by WebMD in 2006.

Jay Badenhope guides the development efforts behind Intuit’s small business health benefits offering, enabling small business employees to easily find affordable health insurance and small business owners to painlessly contribute to employee benefits.

Employers 2.0: Making Health Care Decisions and Health Care Exchanges

A look at programs to guide health care decisions. How do health care exchanges play a role? What are the benefits of public vs. private exchanges?

Interview with Ann Mond Johnson

Ann Mond Johnson, Chairman, ConnectedHealth
Ann’s first go-around was as CEO of Subimo, which she led until selling it to WebMD for $60 million in 2006. In the intervening time, Ann had experience with the system as a cancer patient. Ann is now the Chairman at ConnectedHealth,  a company which creates private exchanges for employers, and consumer advisory services for health plans. Somehow, they got the ConnectedHealth.com url leading to absolutely no confusion with our local friends at The Center for Connected Health, Cisco’s Community for Connected Health, Kaiser HealthConnect, or several dozen others.

ConnectedHealth – Choosing Insurance Wisely

Joe Donlan, President, ConnectedHealth

Catering to people who have a limited budget for healthcare, ConnectedHealth helps consumers understand the ups and downs of paying for insurance, and what benefits they need the most. Working off of their algorithm, they aim to find the best individual plan out there for each person, based off of their health records and income.

New Tools For Benefits and Purchasing

How are Health 2.0 tools helping employers make smarter purchasing decisions? What technologies are vendors using to educate employers and help them when making benefit enrollment decisions? We’ll address these questions and more, and see the tools that companies are using.

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Searching and Buying in the Marketplace Session

October 1st marked the first day that not only Covered California marketplace opened but the entire nation’s health care market. As close to 54 Million American citizens become insured, the challenge is how to make sure these individuals are getting the best, most affordable, care they can. This breakout brought to stage 5 companies making impressive strides in health care equality.

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Employers 2.0: Purchasing and Population Management Session

Navigating the waters of purchasing can be very tricky, but the tools this session displayed, aimed at both employer and employee education, make it easier than ever before. In the same vein, managing a group of employees, especially with the changes which came October 1st, can be just as murky but we think we found some people who can help make sense of it all.

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ConnectedHealth & Intuit: Searching and Buying in the Marketp ...

ConnectedHealth and Intuit joined together to show an exciting new offering with group health, which includes an option for employers to donate to their employee's plan, and for the employee to choose which plan fits them best. Joe Donlan started ConnectedHealth with the conviction that the consumer experience in the health system can still be improved. Prior to ConnectedHealth, Joe was vice president of business development for WebMD Health Services and co-founder of Subimo – which l ...
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ConnectedHealth & Intuit: Employers 2.0: Purchasing and Popul ...

ConnectedHealth and Intuit joined together to show an exciting new offering with group health, which includes an option for employers to donate to their employee's plan, and for the employee to choose which plan fits them best. Joe Donlan started ConnectedHealth with the conviction that the consumer experience in the health system can still be improved. Prior to ConnectedHealth, Joe was vice president of business development for WebMD Health Services and co-founder of Subimo – which l ...
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Employers 2.0: Making Health Care Decisions and Health Care Excha ...

A look at programs to guide health care decisions. How do health care exchanges play a role? What are the benefits of public vs. private exchanges?

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Interview with Ann Mond Johnson

Ann Mond Johnson, Chairman, ConnectedHealth Ann’s first go-around was as CEO of Subimo, which she led until selling it to WebMD for $60 million in 2006. In the intervening time, Ann had experience with the system as a cancer patient. Ann is now the Chairman at ConnectedHealth,  a company which creates private exchanges for employers, and consumer advisory services for health plans. Somehow, they got the ConnectedHealth.com url leading to absolutely no confusion with our loca ...
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ConnectedHealth – Choosing Insurance Wisely

Joe Donlan, President, ConnectedHealth

Catering to people who have a limited budget for healthcare, ConnectedHealth helps consumers understand the ups and downs of paying for insurance, and what benefits they need the most. Working off of their algorithm, they aim to find the best individual plan out there for each person, based off of their health records and income.

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New Tools For Benefits and Purchasing

How are Health 2.0 tools helping employers make smarter purchasing decisions? What technologies are vendors using to educate employers and help them when making benefit enrollment decisions? We’ll address these questions and more, and see the tools that companies are using.