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What is Health Management?

Health Management is an integrated benefits solution designed for self-insured employers and health plans seeking to save on healthcare costs by reducing population health risk factors.

Why Does it Matter?

$1T is spent each year on healthcare. 70% of this is preventable. Health Management technology focused on employee engagement cuts wasted healthcare spend.

How Does it Work?

Keas provides a single point-of-contact for employee benefits, pairing health screening data with personalized health programs designed to deliver positive outcomes.

About Us

Keas is the market leader in enterprise health engagement. Leveraging proven behavior-motivating techniques from game design, social networking and online learning, Keas maximizes utilization of health benefits while delivering a vendor-agnostic hub to unify and streamline benefits delivery for easy, engaging and effective health management.

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