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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 Springbuk.com.
Two-year-old scale-up Springbuk has quickly grown its client base and employee count, and secured $3.75 million in capital investment to continue fueling that growth. The company continues to expand its health analytics software solution, which helps more than 8,000 employers identify ways to improve employee health and drive down healthcare costs. To help organizations take more control
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