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Last call for Thursday’s “The cure for surprise billing” webinar

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Dear They Said What Nation,

Besides the minor points that your employees’ or dependents’ odds of getting one of these surprise bills are 10 times the odds of having a heart attack or diabetes hospitalization* and that unlike the latter, these bills are utterly avoidable, here are three major reasons to sign up for this webinar:

  1. The 1500th registrant receives a $100 Amazon gift card from the Validation Institute, assuming they attend.
  2. You do NOT have to “attend” the webinar to experience it. Registrants will be given the recording. But you do have to register here.
  3. The way to be certain this is a valuable webinar that will result in easy, major, immediate, behavior change for any employer that implements our elegant solution is that no Koop Award-winning wellness vendor has registered for it — despite the fact that Whole Foods would redeem the gift card for almost all the broccoli you can eat.

A handful of other wellness vendors have signed up. We salute them.

  • Aduro
  • Health Advocate
  • It Starts with Me
  • Maestro Health
  • US Preventive Medicine

And a special Honorable Mention to Wellable for posting the Reader’s Digest version of the webinar right here.

PS If you are a wellness vendor specifically, and I missed you while scanning the ridiculously long list of attendees, ping me and I’ll add you.  Or sign up now and I’ll add you.



*OK, here is the calculation. The lower bound of these odds on any ER visit or admission is about 1-in-5 for any in-network facility according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. Others pace the odds at twice that, but we’ll go with the more conservative estimate. Your covered population incurs about 240 ER visits and admissions in total. 20% of 240 is: 48 per 1000. Whereas the number of covered people who will get a heart attack or have a diabetes event is 2 per 1000.

Oh, did I say surprise bills were ten times as likely? That would make them 24 times as likely.

And yet, unlike heart attacks and diabetes, totally avoidable…

 


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