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What If Your Employer Had Provided Personal Ownership on Jan. 1st, 2018?

Denny WeinbergDenny Weinberg

Okay, so it’s a new year and you got through the bothersome OPEN ENROLLMENT your employer provided for your health coverage. If you are like most working Americans, your employer made it easy for you to disregard, encouraging “if you just want to continue what you already had, don’t do anything” … and most Americans did just that.

Had your employer offered a true Worker-Owned Health Benefit package, such as Hixme offers, it would have been a very different value and experience for you and your family members.

The Hixme difference:

Had your employer offered a true Worker-Owned Health Benefit package, such as Hixme offers, it would have been a very different value and experience for you and your family members.

These values highlight not just how restrictive your current traditional employer coverage is, but also, how little control you have to effectively protect yourself and your family members with the lowest level of costs to you.

For all these reasons, expect to see an explosion of Worker-Owned-Health Benefit programs like Hixme’s throughout the country as companies prepare to provide more value to their workers and families in coming years.

About Hixme
Founded in 2013, Hixme is capitalized through $26.6 million of investment funding from Kleiner Perkins, Propel Venture Partners, Rosemark Capital and Transamerica Ventures. Hixme is leading a new revolution to replace an obsolete group insurance model using innovative technology to usher in a new era of worker-owned health benefits for large organizations. Hixme’s large company clients leave the expensive annual benefits treadmill behind, reduce administrative complexity and costs, and focus on what matters most: building value in their own products and services.

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ABOUT THE HIXME THINK BLOG: Authored by one of the gurus of health insurance, Denny Weinberg, postings reflect market trends and the powerful emerging movements toward true portability and personal ownership by workers and their families. Postings follow these emerging trends, driven by consumer ownership of retirement benefits, consolidations by health care institutions, and the stated pro-consumerism goals and actions of the administration, federal agencies and Congress.

Denny Weinberg is a 35 year veteran executive in healthcare financing and operations. Prior to his 4 years as investor and CEO with Hixme, his broad background includes a 20 year tenure CEO of a number of Anthem's largest operating companies. Denny has managed a portfolio of early stage companies in the Health/Medical arena as well as other industries. He has also served as board member, advisor and consultant to both private equity-backed, and publicly traded Blue Chip companies.

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