Redirect Health, a company that uses healthcare strategy to create competitive recruiting advantages for small business, has won ‘Gold’ in the Small Employer Group category at the World Health Care Congress’ Health Value Awards on April 29 in Washington D.C.
The Health Value Awards are sponsored by the World Health Care Congress, the Health Rosetta Institute, and the Validation Institute. This year, more than 350 health care organizations and employers were nominated in 13 categories.
Additionally, co-founder and Chairman of the Board Dr. David Berg was a finalist for the category of Outstanding Benefits Professional 2017.
“When I created Redirect Health, I was looking to upset the healthcare industry and make it easier for small businesses and in turn consumers to afford healthcare,” said Dr. Berg. “To be named a finalist and share my story has been a true honor and I appreciate the opportunity the World Health Care Congress gave me.”
The overall goal of the awards is aimed at showcasing firms and providers who disrupt and save healthcare costs for businesses and individuals. The primary parameters? Health costs cut by 20 percent in one year, and 40 percent by year five.
Health Value Awards judges included Humana’s Director of Integrated Wellness Pamela Stanford, health management expert Fred Goldstein, and health care economics speaker Tom Emerick.
Held every year in Washington D.C., the World Health Care Congress offers more than 1,500 attendees industry-specific content in a multi-track format designed to deliver practical takeaways to improve business and inform strategy as well as 350 speakers and a multitude of workshop events.
About Redirect Health
Redirect Health is a national leader in healthcare delivery, building solutions that are easy and affordable for businesses and individuals. Through simplifying the healthcare system and creating cost-efficient care, Redirect Health has grown exponentially, offering services in all 50 states. For more information about Redirect Health, please visit www.redirecthealth.com.