Forward Focused Benefits and Wellness Solutions | Oswald Innovation Forum Recap

In a panel discussion, Oswald Innovations and guest presenters showcased innovations that save money, improve health, engage employees, and measure progress. Topics discussed included:

• Open-market sourcing for benefits and Rx that radically increases competition, drives down price, and maximizes value

• Reference-based claims payment caps to throttle down health care unit pricing and guarantee lower cost care

Mobile solutions to engage employees “where they stare” with smartphone connectivity and targeted information

• Total Health Intelligence Engine. Employers need intuitive, accessible health intelligence. Where are the best cost control opportunities? Are chronic, preventable, and healthy populations getting better, worse, or staying the same? Are solutions reaching the right people and achieving results, and what’s the Return on Value?

Moderated by Neil Quinn, Director of Innovation at Oswald, presenters included:

– Steffan Moody, Open Market Benefits & Rx Sourcing; Oswald Companies
– William Slocum, Director of Business Development; ELAP Services, LLC
– Amy Osterhagen, VP of Channel Sales; Mobile Health Consumer
– Herbert Ong, CEO; Healthentic Wellness Decision™ engine

Watch the short videos below featuring our presenters to learn more about the health insurance and wellness innovations:

Steffan Moody, Oswald Companies, discusses Oswald’s Benefits SOURCELink, an open- market sourcing platform for benefits and Rx that radically increases competition and transparency, drives down price, and maximizes value.

Amy Osterhagen, VP of Channel Sales, Mobile Health Consumer discusses mobile solutions to engage employees “where they stare” with smartphone connectivity and targeted information.

William Slocum, Director of Business Development, ELAP Services, discusses reference-based claims payment caps to help throttle down health care unit pricing and guarantee lower cost care

Sean Gallivan, VP Innovation, Healthentic, Inc. discusses the integrated health data engine that gives a moving picture of employee health to find and address problems with targeted initiatives that can be tracked over time.

Please contact Neil Quinn with questions.