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As employee healthcare costs continue to soar, many companies are scrambling to find ways to control costs while still providing the quality health plans their employees deserve. The solution could be as simple as changing the type of health plan you implement.

Savings Calculator: October 13, 2020

Roundstone Medical Captive Cost Savings Calculator

Our customers experience cost savings by switching from fixed-cost premium insurance to our medical captive program. Check out your potential cost savings.

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At Roundstone, we’re experts in bringing healthcare savings opportunities to our customers.

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Health & Wellness Industry Case Study

If you’re in the health and wellness industry, you already know that a robust benefits package is the best way to attract and retain top talent. Affordable, quality health insurance is often cited as a much sought-after benefit in your industry, but many companies feel trapped by rising costs and limited options. Rising healthcare costs have become the second biggest problem facing businesses like yours.

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Manufacturing Case Study

If you’re in manufacturing, you already know that a robust benefits package is the best way to attract and retain top talent. Affordable, quality health insurance is often cited as a much sought-after benefit in your industry, but many companies feel trapped by rising costs and limited options.

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Success Story

It Pays to be Flexible!

Keeping an eye on your costs and learning how to contain them can impact your bottom line right now in a big way- it’s time to see just how the flexibility of a self-funded plan can deliver dramatic savings.

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Low Cost Digestive Disease Care

Digestive diseases, or gastrointestinal disorders, are ailments of the digestive tract, including the esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver, pancreas, and gallbladder. These diseases have become a growing problem in the United States, placing a financial burden on individuals as well as their employer-sponsored health insurers. Digestive disorders are responsible for an extraordinary number of clinical visits and hospitalizations each year. In fact, the Massachusetts Medical Society estimates that overall annual expenditures for digestive disease care totaled more than $136 billion.

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Success Story

Turnkey Solution for Liver Transplant Surgery

While a liver transplant surgery is the second most common transplant surgery after the kidney, it is not a common health care condition faced by a majority of Americans. According to the United Network for Organ Sharing, less than 1% of the U.S. population has had an organ transplant. These surgeries are only necessary after every other treatment option has been exhausted and/or completely ruled out. Needless to say, it can be overwhelming to navigate through the process of selecting the right path of care to get the best possible outcome.

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Dialysis Repricing

Self-funded group captive health insurance plans offer mid-market employers the opportunity to make the right choices when an employee needs a liver transplant surgery.

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