Today, Poppins Health is revealing its new name through their ongoing momentum while executing key hires and strategic partnerships.
Nearly 80 percent of small businesses reported health insurance costs affecting their profitability and forcing them to opt out of providing health insurance benefits, according to a recent study.
Poppins Health is modernizing health plans to provide greater transparency, affordability and quality care for small businesses and their employees.
“Inflated healthcare costs are a huge issue in our country and small businesses, in particular, have had their hands tied when it comes to providing options for employees that are both accessible and cost-effective,” said Ross Klosterman, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, Poppins Health.
“Our health plan is one that businesses can actually afford paired with quality coverage and care that people really need.” With Poppins Health, which can lower company healthcare costs by 20 percent, employees gain access to innovative primary care providers, are free to see any provider they want, and can know their out of pocket costs in advance of an appointment or surgery.
Among the appointments – former Vice President, Managed Care for National General Benefits and Director of National Network Operations at Humana, Bill Niehaus, who joins as Head of Clinical Partnerships; along with former Executive Vice President at Proactive MD, Justin Leigh as Head of Clinical Integrations; Jolene Coffman, who joins as Head of Operations, played an influential role in the start-up of Bright Health, now a publicly traded company; Nisha Parikh, former VP of Marketing and Channel Partnerships at AccessElite, joins as Head of Marketing; and Jesse Gomez, Head of Growth, who previously held leadership roles at Apostrophe Health and BridgeHealth.
“Our leadership team brings a wealth of expertise and knowledge to Poppins Health and we are thrilled to have them on board as we bring our approach to market,” said Brodie Stone, co-founder and Chief Revenue Officer, Poppins Health.