An illustration of a gear that represents a healthcare cost savings leverAn illustration of a gear that represents a healthcare cost savings lever
eBooks

How Amino reduces healthcare costs

October 3, 2018
Olivia Marcus

Dive into the nitty-gritty details of how Amino reduces healthcare costs through 7 key savings levers.

Amino offers a simple, easy solution for employees and their families — but it drives savings in nuanced ways that aren’t always obvious. In this white paper, dive into the nitty-gritty details of how Amino reduces healthcare costs through 7 key savings levers.

Download the eBook to learn about Amino's cost saving levers, including:

  • Keeping employees in-network.

  • Choosing high quality, cost-effective inpatient care.

  • Choosing the most cost-effective facilities for imaging.

  • Appropriate use of urgent care.

  • Appropriate use of primary care.

  • Appropriate use of outpatient facilities with experienced providers.

  • Appropriate use of telemedicine consultations.

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