Nixon Benefits is an industry change agent.  They lead the way in employee benefits by applying transparent market practices.

INDUSTRY CHANGE AGENTS

The only way to move forward is through change.  Since 2001, Nixon Benefits has been leading change by applying transparent market practices to significantly reduce our clients’ health plan spend.  In 2018 the Society of Actuaries recognized the financial advantage this provides our clients by inviting our firm to participate in a national think tank of thirty thought leaders tasked with developing solutions to reduce healthcare costs in the U.S.  
 

18|11 task for, conference, society of actuaries.

Learn more about our groundbreaking work on Initiative 18|11 here.

Available Downloads

The initial report on  Initiative 18|11 and an overview of the inaugural conference of 30+ thought leaders, including Nixon Benefits.  

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Initiative 18|11 explores prescription drug rebates and their impact on consumer pharmacy spend - May 2020

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Member Advocacy As Health Care Innovation

 

How improved transparency and guidance within a complex system can improve consumer health literacy - August 2021

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Addressing Inadequate Health Literacy

 

Contributing to the U.S. health care transformation through an innovative doctor-patient incented health literacy model initiative - August 2021

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The Management of Cardiometabolic Syndrome

 

Newtopia case study shows weight loss is a key factor - August 2021

Rural Health Care Case Studies

A compelling cross-section of possible solutions to managed care challenges in rural America - August 2021

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Future of Gene Therapy Funding

 

Health actuaries must innovate to create new funding mechanisms to ensure health plan viability and affordability - August 2021

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Value-based Risk Share

 

The ultimate case study of how we can slow growth in medical costs while improving quality - August 2021

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