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Business owners, HR professionals, and employees agree on one thing: Sana is giving them a better health insurance experience.
We’re changing the way businesses do benefits.
After experiencing several years of high premium renewals for plans decreasing in quality with their previous health insurer, PCS Software was ready to make a change.
Roost Austin knew that they needed to offer good health benefits to remain competitive in the labor market, and with a growing team. But after exploring several plan options through a broker, they realized how challenging it is to find high-quality, affordable benefits for a small team. With Sana, this process became much easier to solve.
Prior to Sana, Creative Civilization was insured by one of the major health insurers and their premiums were increasing by more than 10% per year. Sana delivered a 0% increase for the group in 2021, along with more cost savings. This is just one aspect of several that made Sana a “breath of fresh air” for everyone at Creative Civilization.
TRWC wanted their health plan to be affordable and for employees to be able to use the benefits without having to meet a high deductible. Comparing legacy plans was frustrating and disheartening, and the need to search for benefits providers with a more modern, and tech-enabled approach to healthcare is where Sana came in.
Frustrated by poor member support and increasing premiums from their previous health insurer, the Long Center was interested in finding a high-value, affordable health plan that improved employees’ access to healthcare. With Sana, the Long Center’s employees have a variety of $0 and low-cost options to get the care they need, along with a more personalized member experience.
Tired of struggling to keep up with rate increases year after year, Village Tech needed a solution. They found it in Sana. They saved over 30%, which allowed them to offer lower deductibles and more coverage to employees. Trust was also top of mind. Village Tech didn’t want to switch insurance again in a year — and four years later, they’re still happy with their choice.