Healthcare Cost Secrets From an Investigative Journalist
Every year, Americans spend more on health care and get less for their money. Despite this, the industry makes record profits year over year — even through a pandemic. This is frustrating on a personal level, but also for employers and their employees. Each year HR is forced to make tough decisions, bring increased costs to their c-suite, and explain to their team why their out of pocket costs are going up.
It’s confusing, frustrating, and unfair.
That’s why we sat down with Marshall Allen, former ProPublica journalist, current investigative journalist for the federal government, and author of “Never Pay the First Bill”. Marshall has spent more than fifteen years investigating the health care industry, exposing the insidious ways the system preys on vulnerable Americans: price gouging, sloppy billing, fraud, insurance denials, unnecessary treatment, and more.
In this exclusive fireside chat for the Nava community, Marshall shared his tactical tips to help HR leaders take back control of healthcare costs and empower their employees.
- Why the status quo health plan may be hurting your employees (and how you can fix it)
- Tips that could save hundreds or even thousands of dollars for your employees and your company on each medical interaction
- Tools and resources for your company and employees to stand up to predatory and unfair practices in the US healthcare system
Catch the recording: learn.nava.io/marshallallen-2