We deliver measurable healthcare value to employers, plan members, and service providers. Our mission to “challenge health care to do better” makes us committed to building flexible, affordable health plan solutions to optimize your employee healthcare expenditure with transparent, high-performance networks, care coordination, and full pharmacy-benefit management options for small, medium, and large businesses.
Welcome, Tyler ISD members.
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Transformative, value-based care options require collaboration; that’s why we work with you to create the solution that meets your organization’s unique employee health care needs. No more inflexible, one-size-fits-none health plan and PBM options. Through choice and competition we are bringing new solutions that let our clients worry less about managing their healthcare spend and more about running their business and retaining healthy, productive, loyal employees.
As the parent company of the following businesses we provide integrated, independent healthcare, plan, and network solutions for self-insured clients. We collaborate with our clients to change the way their health plans are used to help solve the rising cost of healthcare.
Healthcare Highways GAP
Supplemental medical insurance
Pharmacy benefit-management services
Healthcare Highways Health Plan
Integrated products for
large companies (more than 100 employees)
small businesses (2-100 employees)
Care coordination/population health
Joint venture with Stratifi Health
Healthcare Highways of Oklahoma
Includes Oklahoma Health Network’s
(OHN) statewide broad networks and
Healthcare Highways of Texas
Healthcare Highways of Louisiana
50% of Verity HealthNet Statewide
includes Verity HealthNet and
First Choice networks
We provide healthcare solutions for a diverse array of employers, claims administrators and payers, healthcare service providers, brokers, consultants, and health plan members. Contact us today to benefit from the 300+ years of combined expertise.
A team at heart. We are looking for the creative, the analytic, the innovator, and the care taker. We need thinkers and doers with a passion for learning, a drive to succeed.
Develop the tools and products of tomorrow, equip businesses with the solutions they need to grow, deliver analysis and insights, or help us support the people who make us great.
We invest in our team members and their families with competitive hourly, salary, and bonus pay options (dependent on position), bereavement leave, 401K retirement savings plan, life insurance, dependent care reimbursement, flexible health spending accounts, dental benefits, vision benefits, PTO, seven paid holidays, floating holidays, flex time, and long-term care options.
We believe in supporting each other, our families, and our communities, too, which is why we support our team members serving jury duty, voting, and fulfilling obligations of military service.
If you have a passion for learning and the drive to succeed we want you on our team. Find a current opening that best fits you
Question: What Are ACOS? ANSWER: ACOs or “Accountable Care Organizations” are a payment and delivery system comprised of networks of specialists, hospitals, physicians, surgeons, and pharmacies that collaborate to provide coordinated care for a patient population. This approach makes improving quality of care while simultaneously lowering the total cost of care (TCOC) possible by eliminating … Read more
You understand the financial perils of the Fee-For-Service (FFS) model, you know pharmacists are qualified to aid employees along their healthcare journey (though underutilized), and you regularly share articles about the power of value-based care to lower healthcare costs for you and your employees while improving their health outcomes over time on LinkedIn.(Catch up on … Read more
In our article “Value-based Care Fee-for-Service: What’s The Difference?” we discussed the importance of VBC as a long-term solution for self-insured employers seeking financial control over their annual employee health benefit package costs. Value-based care can come in the form of more than one model, like capitation (read more below). From our previous post: FEE … Read more