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12/18/2020 Industry Voices—Dear health insurance industry: Don't call me a patient FierceHealthcare by Tony Miller, Bind Dec 18, 2020 10:40am We must create a future where consumers and employers have access to more personalized health plans to improve outcomes, reduce waste, and save money. Consumers deserve to know that surgical interventions are not always the best option—and prices should reflect that. For example, for knee pain, that means putting more subsidy into physical therapy, chiropractic care, and pain injections, and less ...
11/30/2020 The Medical Alley Association Welcomes Bind as New Sustaining Member medicalalley.org Tags: Announcement , Bind , Featured , Jodi Hubler , Shaye Mandle , Sustaining Member , Tony MillerMedical Alley, MN – The Medical Alley Association is excited that Bind has become its newest sustaining member!“Bind is honored to partner with Medical Alley in their mission to champion and facilitate an environment that enables health technology and care organizations to innovate, succeed and influence the evolution of health care,” said Bind CEO Tony Miller ...
11/29/2020 Do Your Health Benefits Actually Benefit? medicalalley.org Tags: Bind , COVID-19 , Featured , Health Insurance , Shawn Wagoner , Sponsored , VaccineWe’ve all seen the reports. Health care costs are expected to rise again. Mercer predicts an increase of 4.4% in 2021, but notes that we must keep in mind the many unknowns facing employer plan sponsors next year, such as COVID-related costs (potentially including vaccines) and delayed or cancelled care.It’s time to control what we ...
10/22/2020 Bind Benefits Raises $105M in Series B Funding finsmes.com ... and expansion associated with its recent announcement that its personalized health plan will be offered on a fully-insured basis to employers with more than 50 employees, launching immediately in the state of Florida. Bind expects to serve more than 30 states with its fully-insured offering by year-end 2021.Led by CEO Tony Miller, Bind currently provides a personalized health plan to dozens of employers, including Best Buy ...
10/22/2020 Minneapolis health insurance startup Bind Benefits raises $105 million Star Tribune The startup is launching fully insured health plans in dozens of states in 2021. By Christopher Snowbeck Star Tribune October 21, 2020 — 9:57pm Purchase: Order Reprint Minneapolis-based Bind Benefits says it has raised $105 million to support the startup company’s continued growth in the market where employers buy health insurance. Last month, Bind announced plans to start selling coverage to employers with 50 or more workers seeking ...
10/21/2020 Minneapolis health insurance startup raises $105 million - StarTribune.com Star Tribune Backed by UnitedHealth partnership, Bind Benefits is launching fully-insured health plans in dozens of states. By Christopher Snowbeck Star Tribune October 21, 2020 — 12:29pm Purchase: Order Reprint Minneapolis-based Bind Benefits says it has raised $105 million to support the startup company’s continued growth in the market where employers buy health insurance. Last month, Bind announced plans to start selling coverage in dozens to employers with 50 or more ...
10/21/2020 Bind raises $105M in Series B funding | Business & Finance | heraldchronicle.com Business Wire MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 21, 2020--Bind Benefits, Inc. today announced a $105 million Series B funding round, as investors show continued confidence in the Bind approach to health insurance innovation and market interest.This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201021005634/en/Tony Miller founded Bind in 2016 to rebuild health insurance to work like the other useful services in our daily ...
10/21/2020 Bind lands $105M funding round to fuel expansion into fully-insured health plan market FierceHealthcare by Heather Landi Oct 21, 2020 12:00pm Bind members can search for doctors or by condition on the MyBind app or by logging into the website, then see what's covered, clear prices for treatments and options of where to go before making an appointment. (Bind Benefits)An entrepreneur who started health benefits company Definity Health and sold it to UnitedHealth Group for $300 million is looking to shake up the ...
10/21/2020 malvern-online.com Bind Benefits, Inc. today announced a $105 million Series B funding round, as investors show continued confidence in the Bind approach to health insurance innovation and market interest.This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201021005634/en/Tony Miller founded Bind in 2016 to rebuild health insurance to work like the other useful services in our daily lives. (Image: Bind )Bind believes people ...
9/27/2020 Google Alert - insurance blogspot.com ... Wisconsin Governor, Insurance Commissioner Recognize Life Insurance Awareness Month Insurance News Net American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI) President & CEO Susan Neely thanked Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and Insurance Commissioner Mark ... Flag as irrelevant Bind expands health plan business to Florida, eyes other states Insurance News Net Bind Benefits is moving into the market for fully- insured health plans, with ... Bind launched what it calls "on-demand" health insurance in ...
9/24/2020 Bind enters employer market with new approach to health insurance Business Insider Bind, a startup that's building a new kind of health plan, is becoming an insurer itself. It's offering plans to fully insured employers who have more than 50 employees. Getting rid of deductibles and co-insurance, Bind 's "on-demand" approach instead informs members how much they'd expect to pay for a certain doctor's visit, prescription or procedure. Bind will be ...
8/24/2020 A debate on the future of health insurance will be a highlight of INVEST Digital Health virtual MedCity News ... September 21-25 will offer a spotlight for this debate to continue. Health virtual , Register today using the code MCN100 to get a $100 discount. The debate will include an entrepreneur, Shawn Wagoner , Co- Officer, Bind Benefits, who will argue that consumers are ready to be active healthcare consumers, and better insurance design — one that illuminates treatment options with clear prices so consumers know the cost upfront and can make better ...
8/19/2020 CORRECTING and REPLACING Bind Personalized Health Plan Outperforms Industry Benchmarks for Total Cost as Members Buy Higher-Quality, Lower-Cost Care Business Wire ... lower-cost care. The results show that high member engagement and better health plan design can lower costs for employees and employers. Benchmarks, provided by an industry-leading global consulting and actuarial firm, reveal Bind is delivering employer and member savings: The total cost (combined employer and employee) of Bind was 23% lower than the average benchmark and 11% lower than the highly managed benchmark on a risk-adjusted basis ...
8/13/2020 Bind Named to 2020 CB Insights Digital Health 150 List of Most Innovative Digital Health Startups Business Wire ... en/ Bind redesigned health insurance to give employers the opportunity to offer a sustainable, attractive health benefit—without compromising coverage or quality. Members can see treatment options and compare costs before making a decision. Bind personalized health plans deliver the freedom to choose—and the information to choose wisely. (Graphic: Bind ) “The health benefits cost curve is unsustainable. And it’s not okay. Employers need better solutions to offer an affordable ...
6/28/2020 Bind president prepares to scale health coverage startup Star Tribune Bind president prepares to scale health coverage startup By Todd Nelson Special to the Star Tribune June 28, 2020 — 2:58pm Purchase: Order Reprint Jodi Hubler is planning for major growth as the first president at Bind , the “on-demand” health insurance startup in Minneapolis. Serving as president expands Hubler’s role with Bind , where she has been a board director and investor since its 2016 launch. Hubler continues as CEO and ...