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MedPage Today: Healthcare Disruptors: Bringing $0 Copays to Self-Insured Plans

By July 10, 2020 No Comments

Developing an employer-supported insurance plan that’s affordable for both the company and its workers, and that does away with the red tape, surprise bills and other complaints that are now commonplace in U.S. healthcare, may seem like a pipe dream.

Enter The Zero Card, a healthcare marketplace and supplemental employee benefit program already in operation that promises a cheaper, streamlined process for employers with self-insured plans for employees.

Employers in almost every market “would stand to gain from working with The Zero Card as a complement to their self-insured plans managed by insurance companies,” commented Daniel Polsky, PhD, a health economist at John Hopkins University in Baltimore.

Read more at MedPageToday

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  • Daniel Polsky

    Daniel Polsky, PhD, MPP

    Distinguished Professor of Health Policy and Economics, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University

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