Amino Healthcare Digital Guidance Case Study – County of San Luis ObispoAmino Healthcare Digital Guidance Case Study – County of San Luis Obispo
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Amino Healthcare Digital Guidance Case Study: County of San Luis Obispo

February 4, 2022
Jacob Benedict

How Amino helped steer San Luis Obispo County employees to quality, affordable providers and save hundreds of thousands of dollars

Amino helped enable the County of San Luis Obispo (SLO), California and its employees to save $236,500 and over 223 hours by making it faster and easier for employees to access high-quality healthcare from in-network providers.

By providing a simple, intuitive app where employees can search for providers and book appointments in seconds, Amino has helped the rural county overcome its healthcare desert and empower employees to get the care they need with less hassle and out-of-pocket costs.

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