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Haven Didn’t Succeed, But Join The Healthcare Revolution That’s Already Underway

Ashok Subramanian January 14, 2021 There have already been plenty of ‘takes’ about Haven’s demise. But I don’t think one has been told enough – which is that (1) the problems in healthcare aren’t going away, (2) shame on us if we just throw up our hands and walk away from the real-life challenges facing millions…

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Centivo Expands Health Partnerships in New York and New Jersey

New providers will bring affordable healthcare to more businesses and employees NEW YORK, January 12, 2021 – Centivo, a new type of health plan solution that’s built to save 15% or more compared to traditional insurance carriers, announced today that it has expanded its provider networks in New York and New Jersey. The new health…

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Centivo Raises $34 Million in Series B Round to Help Employers Deliver Affordable, High-Quality Healthcare to their Employees

New Funding to Fuel Market Expansion and Scale Operations NEW YORK; December 7, 2020 – Centivo, a new type of digital health plan that is built to save 15% or more compared with traditional insurance carriers and is easy to use for employers and employees, announced today that it has raised $34 million in Series…

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Recognizing the Importance of Primary Care Providers ⁠— and Paying Them Accordingly ⁠— Would Improve Our Health Care System

Ashok Subramanian October 15, 2020 It’s no coincidence that nine of the 10 best-selling NHL player jerseys are worn by forwards: fans love the guys who score the goals. But defensemen, despite their relative unpopularity, are essential to victory: their vantage point allows them to see plays as they develop, they are vocal leaders directing their team’s…

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The Costs of Health Services Vary Greatly. Businesses Need a Partner to Help Them Find Value.

Ashok Subramanian October 5, 2020 Among the best evidence that our health care system is broken is the fact that providers bill wildly different amounts for treating something as minor as a cut: at one hospital it can set you back the price of an iPad; at another it’s more than the cost of two…

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Centivo Named a Winner in the 2020 Fierce Innovation Awards

Centivo’s health plan solution recognized in the Population Health Management/Patient Engagement category NEW YORK; September 14, 2020 – Centivo announced today that it has been selected as a winner in the Fierce Innovation Awards – Healthcare Edition 2020, a peer reviewed awards program from the publisher of Fierce Healthcare. The competition highlights companies that demonstrated…

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Catholic Health Services of Long Island Joins Centivo Network

New collaboration will bring affordable health care to more businesses and employees in Nassau and Suffolk counties NEW YORK; July 29, 2020 – Centivo, a new type of health plan solution that’s built to save 15 percent or more compared to traditional insurance carriers, announced today that it has contracted with Catholic Health Services of…

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Experts Agree: Tailored Provider Networks Can Reduce Costs and Improve Experience

Ashok Subramanian July 7, 2020 It doesn’t take a health policy analyst to recognize that our health care system isn’t working for the average American worker. One of the biggest causes behind this systemic failure is the financial barrier between doctors and patients – with rising deductibles often in the order of $3,000 and up,…

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Centivo Names Stephanie Argentine Chief People Officer

Argentine to head human resources at Centivo amid market expansion NEW YORK; June 30, 2020 – Centivo, a new type of health plan solution that’s built to save 15 percent or more compared to traditional insurance carriers, announced today the addition of Stephanie Argentine as Chief People Officer. Stephanie will drive the expansion of Centivo’s…

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A New, Affordable Health Plan Solution for New Yorkers

Gillian Printon May 19, 2020 Christopher Hoffman, a 25-year-old New Yorker, developed some common symptoms of COVID-19 in early March: a dry cough, lost sense of smell, and difficulty breathing. He went to urgent care, where he was eventually diagnosed with pneumonia. Since he didn’t have a fever at the time, he wasn’t tested for…

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