America's largest companies
play by a different set of rules
They hire in-house experts in benefits, technology, and change management. They give them cutting-edge tools. And they tie compensation to employee satisfaction and cost containment. This playbook works. These employers pay less and get more for their healthcare dollars. But only a handful of companies can afford this.
We studied the plan designs, technology, and best practices from the nation’s largest companies and adapted them to work for small-to-midsize employers.
This year, we saved companies between 8 and 22% on their benefits, while lowering co-pays and deductibles for employees.
Dr. Marty Makary answers your questions on building a return-to-work plan that's backed by science.
We are the same country that put a man on the moon, created the internet, and resurrected Tupac as a hologram to perform at Coachella. We can figure out how to deliver the best healthcare in the world at the best price. This is going to be more of a test of grit than ingenuity – examples abound in the United States already on how we can get there.
Over the next five years, I want Nava to be known in the market as the change agent that represents the best of healthcare. I want us to get at the heart of designing better incentives, which will start to drive tangible progress in our mission to deliver high-quality, affordable healthcare to all Americans.