Lower your healthcare costs through direct-to-provider contracting

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What’s the future of employee healthcare? It’s YOU. The next-generation of healthcare will be employer-led and it’s called Direct-to-Provider Contracting (DPC).

Exasperated by rising healthcare costs and insurance company contract negotiations, employers such as GM and Intel are increasingly contracting directly with health systems in their regions to make great medical benefits more affordable.

Typical DPC models are complex and expensive to administer. But Create® makes direct provider contracting turn-key for employers of all shapes and sizes. Our DPC strategists will sit down with you, assess your business needs, and recommend one or more of our off-the-shelf direct-to-provider contracting deals. It’s the simplest, fastest way for you to take control of your medical spend and improve your employees’ health.

Self-insured employers in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut can now take advantage of Create’s special negotiations with leading health systems such as Northwell Health, Mount Sinai Health System, and Hackensack Meridian Health to:

  • Lower healthcare costs for you and your employees
  • Achieve better health outcomes through stronger doctor-patient relationships
  • Improve employee satisfaction
  • Customize your plan design

Read more about the benefits of direct-to-provider contracting in the Wall Street Journal. Don’t have access? We’re giving away free online subscriptions to the WSJ – Fill in the form to get yours (while supplies last).

Who is Create®? We’re the leading expert on direct provider contracting and we help companies like you achieve the amazing advantages of direct provider arrangements, without the hassle or the typical expense. Plus, we offer a full-suite of TPA services (plan management, eligibility and enrollment, medical management, clinical care coordination, claims adjudication, and customer support).  

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