Let’s face it, healthcare is confusing.
Due to a lack of transparency in the industry, employees are not making informed decisions about their health care.
As health costs continue to rise, insurance premiums also increase, and employers are struggling to keep pace . Employers are forced to pass some of these costs along to employees, which affects their ability to save for retirement. Often, this means employees work past retirement age and incur higher health costs for the employer. It's a vicious cycle.
Same Procedure. Different Price?
But there is a better way. By arming your employees with the information and tools they need to be successful; they can start making better decisions about their health care. This is where we come in. We've created a web-based platform that not only helps employers make better benefit decisions for their employees, but helps employees get the most out of them.
Instead of paying higher premiums for care they never use each year, employees can start saving for their health care when they actually need it. When savings exceeds spending, two things happen. First, health claims are reduced for the employer, which reduces insurance premium increases. Second, it allows employees to build personal assets for their future health needs.
These assets can be used in years where health care use is higher, for catastrophic events, or saved and invested to cover health costs in retirement. DIAL Insights helps make this a reality.
John Mann, Jr.
As the Managing Director of DIAL Insights, John's responsibilities include oversight of the sales, marketing and account management teams, as well as strategic planning and acquisitions. John has over 25 years of Healthcare Sales and Marketing experience serving the medical industry, managed care, TPA, PBM, and insurance markets nationally.
John is a graduate of the University of South Florida with a degree in Business Administration. He holds the designation of Fellow of the Academy of Health Care Professionals as well as various other licenses and designations.
Manager of Product Development
Mrs. Fear-Meyer is a specialist in the area of consumer-driven healthcare and account-based health benefits and works heavily with product management and development. Mrs. Fear-Meyer holds her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Medaille College and has led the DIAL team that has been designing customized analytics for employers; and employee level tools for over eight years.
Andrew leads the group which oversees the technical architecture of the DIAL Insights platform. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology from the Rochester Institute of Technology and brings over fifteen years of expertise developing robust applications and engaging web-based experiences.
Prior to his work at DIAL Insights, Andrew was Senior Interactive Director at a well known corporate communications firm with nationally recognized clients.
Head of User Experience
With a sharp focus on human-computer interaction, Joshua leads the team responsible for crafting the user's experience on DIAL Insights. He was most recently the User Experience Lead at a multi-million dollar ecommerce operation and strives to provide elegant solutions to web-based problems.
Joshua has a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology from the Rochester Institute of Technology and brings expertise ranging from full-stack development to online marketing and design.
Sr. Sales Coordinator
In her previous role at Manning and Napier Benefits, Theresa has worked closely with DIAL over the past several years. There, she acted as the primary liaison for both the MNB and DIAL teams; communicating internally, as well as with outside business partners.
In addition to her role as the Sr. Sales Coordinator; she also handles our accounting. Theresa has a Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies from St. John Fisher College.
Gary E. Henderson
Gary is a consultant to DIAL Insights in the area of consumer-driven healthcare. He has done extensive work on health savings accounts, including advising carriers on product strategy, vendor selection, and vendor negotiation.
Gary has nearly twenty years experience helping organizations manage defined contribution benefit programs and has helped pioneer a number of innovations in the field. These innovations have been recognized in Institutional Investor, Pensions & Investments, Department of Labor regulatory commentary, and, most recently, on PlanSponsor.com (highlighting the white paper, "A Solution to Participant Confusion").
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