Springbuk is a health analytics tool that simplifies employer data into a single warehouse for 1:1 engagement and predictive insights.


Springbuk® is a health analytics software for mid- to large-size employers. The platform unifies disparate data sources–including medical claims, pharmacy, biometric, lab, activity, clinic and payroll–into a decision dashboard. The predictive modeling engine allows employers to identify future costs, engage at-risk employees on a 1:1 basis, and measure healthcare spending with pinpoint accuracy.

Springbuk is built on the front-line expertise of Healthiest Employer®, who aggregates corporate health data from over 18,000 employers that represent over 60 million employee lives. Learn more at

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