Portland, OR – May 23, 2016 – Capsci Health’s CEO Chris Logan will present at the Institute of Healthcare Consumerism’s 7th Annual Forum & Expo held in Atlanta, Georgia from May 24 -26, 2016. He will demo the Capsci Benefit Engagement Platform at the Wednesday general closing session which is focused on emerging innovations.
Capsci provides mobile apps designed to improve the way health plan members, employees, and dependents use health benefits. Through its innovative app, Capsci assists carriers and employers in reducing medical waste, administrative burden, and absenteeism – primary goals of the healthcare consumerism movement. Capsci apps are supported by a highly secure, cloud-based data platform that manages eligibility, plan, financial, provider, and other data flows. Participants’ mobile experience is tailored to their plan benefits and geographic location.
“Health benefits are increasingly complex,” Logan said, “and employers need to support thousands of employees on several plans with varying networks. Capsci works like a mobile banking app; we provide rich information about the employee’s exact situation to help drive good decisions.”
About Capsci Health
Capsci’s benefit engagement platform makes it easy for health plan members to use their benefits like experts. Carriers, large employers, captives and other health care purchasers are using Capsci’s white label apps to provide ID cards and plan information, linked financial account status, and multiple provider networks to their members. Capsci programs each custom app with care workflows guiding users to the most cost-effective care – telehealth, preferred providers, narrow networks – saving participants and payers time and money. For more information, please visit www.capscihealth.com
About IHC Forum
The Institute for HealthCare Consumerism’s IHC FORUM Conferences are the only national events 100% dedicated to health care consumerism. Through cutting-edge workshops, general sessions, pre-conference events and networking opportunities, attendees leave with relevant insights from industry thought leaders and policymakers on how to navigate defined contributions and exchanges, cut costs, engage employees and comply with current healthcare laws. FORUM-goers also have an unprecedented opportunity to learn from peers who have successfully adopted healthcare consumerism programs. Visit http://www.theihccforum.com/16atlanta/ for more information.