Appointment solidifies Hixme’s nationwide expansion Hixme, a high-tech innovator in the delivery of group health benefits, today announced it has attracted a 20+ year veteran sales executive, Peter Wells, to lead its geographic expansion. The National Sales VP appointment was made by Hixme CEO Denny Weinberg after a careful [...]Linda Hubbard Lalande
According to this CNBC article posted below and linked here (Here’s how much the average American spends on healthcare), the “average” American spent $9,595 in 2012. “Average” is a tricky term and worthy of a precise discussion here. Consider a recent study by a well known actuarial firm, which investigated [...]Denny Weinberg
The traditional employer benefit structure is crippling employers, workers and their dependents. Can the controversial health reform experiment offer a clue to a better way? With the continuing focus on how to best insure Americans and the political ping-pong surrounding fixing or replacing recent healthcare reform, perhaps lurking in [...]Denny Weinberg
How does the insurance industry win with Hixme’s model? A new study by Axene Health Partners confirms: healthier population, lower rates
Empowering workers with greater freedom of choice is proving to be good for workers and employers – but how does it affect the insurance industry? In this current climate of alternate facts, real data shows that employers who populate their ‘group plans’ in part with direct-to-consumer health policies can actually improve the health [...]David Messing
Is personal benefit ownership and broad choice the new key to attract and retain workers? Trends say yes!
by Denny Weinberg, Hixme CEO Finding new ways to keep workers happy and feeling cared for is a never-ending pursuit for employers — particularly in the face of the volatile health care climate and 16 years of health care inflation at three times the cost of wages (per Kaiser Health Care Foundation Survey of Employers). Controlling [...]Denny Weinberg
It’s hard to believe that in 2016 a business model exists where, every year, a company representative tells their customers that prices are going to go up, the level of service is going to go down, and by the way, the company rep is going to give themselves a raise at the customer’s expense because their commissions are a percentage of [...]Amir Pirnia