Lower Costs. Better Care. Better Benefits.

The Health Rosetta shows the path to spending less and getting more.
Built on the real-life successes of the best benefits purchasers.

Tackling health care costs used to mean leaving employees out to dry.
Not anymore.

The Health Rosetta aggregates proven best practices from the best benefits purchasers, then simplifies adoption so you can follow their lead.

How the Health Rosetta can help

Improve your financial performance

Improve the quality of care for employees

Help employees spend less out-of-pocket

Better for you. Better for your employees.
Better for your community. Better for America.

Improve your financial performance

For many organizations, adopting Health Rosetta components is one of the most direct ways to materially improve EBITDA.

It's estimated by organizations such as PwC and the Institute of Medicine that 30-50% of all health care spending is waste, fraud, or abuse. If health care is 20% of your payroll expenses, this is is like a 6-10% perpetual payroll tax on your competitiveness.

Organizations around the country, big and small, rural and urban, public sector and private, have tackled many of the sources of waste. The Health Rosetta simplifies adopting their best practices.

Here's where you can get started learning more.

  1. CEO's Guide to Restoring the American Dream: How to deliver world class healthcare to your employees at half the cost
  2. Health Rosetta Case Study summaries

The Health Rosetta is made up of specific components and strategies that enable you to repeat what others have done.

While not exhaustive, here are a few major areas likely to have the quickest and most significant impact on reducing your total spend.

Components

  1. Major Specialties and Outlier Patients
  2. Transparent Pharmacy Benefits
  3. Transparent Medical Markets
  4. Transparent Independent Third Party Administrator
  5. Payment Integrity

Strategies

  1. Centers of Excellence Networks
  2. Reference-based Pricing
  3. Out-of-network Claims Settlement
  4. Unbundling Self-insured Health Plans

Note that all Health Rosetta components and strategies must be proven to reduce your spend, your employees' out-of-pocket spend, and improve the quality of care your employees receive.

Calculate the Impact

See what the Health Rosetta could do for your bottom line.

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Improve quality of care for your employees

Better health means less absenteeism and a higher performance workforce.

Many of the most costly diseases and procedures are also the most commonly misdiagnosed. This leads to substantial suffering by your employees and their loved ones.

  • New cancer cases—20 percent
  • Spine surgery—67 percent
  • Orthopedic surgery—up to 30 percent
  • Bypass surgery—60 percent
  • Stents—50 percent in some parts of the US
  • Solid organ transplants—40 percent

We've all had terrible customer experiences in the health care system. Much of this poor experience is the result of poor design. Uncoordinated, improperly incentivized individuals and organizations results in a jumbled mess for patients.

At best, this distracts your employees, reducing their productivity. At worst, it results in them receiving incorrect, improper, or lack of care that can seriously harm them.

Organizations around the country, big and small, rural and urban, public sector and private, have tackled this by implementing key strategies, solutions, and benefits design changes.. The Health Rosetta simplifies adopting their best practices.

Here's where you can get started learning more.

  1. CEO's Guide to Restoring the American Dream: How to deliver world class healthcare to your employees at half the cost
  2. Health Rosetta Case Study summaries

The Health Rosetta is made up of specific components and strategies that enable you to repeat what others have already done.

While not exhaustive, here are a few major areas likely to have the quickest and most significant impact on improving the quality of care your employees receive.

Components

  1. Major Specialties and Outlier Patients
  2. Value-based Primary Care
  3. Transparent Medical Markets
  4. Benefits Concierge Services

Strategies

  1. Centers of Excellence Networks
  2. Second Opinion Services
  3. High-performance Narrow Networks

Note that all Health Rosetta components and strategies must be proven to reduce your spend, your employees' out-of-pocket spend, and improve the quality of care your employees receive.

Reduce the out-of-pocket financial burden your employees face

More and more employees have high deductibles. The national average is around $1,400.

Yet, more than half of Americans have less than $1,000 in savings.

Much of your workforce may be one hospital visit away from catastrophe.

As costs have gone up, employers have had to shift more costs to employees, despite spending more on payroll than ever. It's consuming 79% of all household income growth and is on track to consume 50% of all household income by 2021.

The Wall Street Journal reported that middle-class family spending on health care has increased 25% since 2007 alone.

Organizations around the country, big and small, rural and urban, public sector and private, have tackled out-of-pocket costs with far more nuanced and effective solutions than blunt force  high-deductible health plans that often cause patients to forego care.

Instead, these organizations incentivize smart behavior, such as selecting high-value treatment options, clinicians, and facilities.

Here's where you can get started learning more.

  1. CEO's Guide to Restoring the American Dream: How to deliver world class healthcare to your employees at half the cost
  2. Health Rosetta Case Study summaries

The Health Rosetta is made up of specific components and strategies that enable you to repeat what others have done.

While not exhaustive, here are a few major areas likely to have the quickest and most significant impact on employee out-of-pocket spending

Components

  1. Value-based Primary Care
  2. Major Specialties and Outlier Patients
  3. Transparent Pharmacy Benefits
  4. Transparent Medical Markets
  5. Benefits Concierge Services

Strategies

  1. Reference-based Pricing
  2. Tiered Networks
  3. Centers of Excellence Networks
  4. Medical Tourism

Note that all Health Rosetta components and strategies must be proven to reduce your spend, your employees' out-of-pocket spend, and improve the quality of care your employees receive.

What's next?

1. Intro Course

A six-week email intro to the Health Rosetta.

2. Get the CEO's Guide

CEO's Guide to Restoring the American Dream: How to Deliver World Class Health Care to Your Employees at Half the Cost.

3. Schedule a complementary call

Tell us basics about your organization, current benefits, and goals. We'll help identify a tailored path.