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Healthier ROI.
Healthier people.

Yes, you can have it all. Guaranteed.

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Keeping your bottom line top of mind.

We help employers and health plans save millions of dollars in health care claims costs. How? We deliver a human-centered, one-to-one health and well-being program that works in every way for our participants—physically, mentally, and emotionally. And we have the outcomes to prove it. 

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Cut health care costs and boost your employees’ health and well-being. Deliver a unique, human-centered, outcomes-based health program for your employees that gets the results you need—both financially and with healthier, happier employees. And it’s risk-free.

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Health Plans

Improve financial and health outcomes simultaneously. Typical savings for our health plan clients average 7.5% of claims costs for their members who are identified by our proprietary algorithms. This can be millions (and millions) of dollars. Guaranteed.

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Business Resources

Milliman Validates MOBE’s Methodology for Measuring Savings

Top actuarial firm Milliman has validated that MOBE’s methodology for measuring claims cost savings in two randomized controlled trials is objective and in line with industry standards.

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Make Mental Well-Being Top of Mind

Today, mental well-being is part of every health-related conversation. When we’re not okay emotionally, it’s hard to reach even the most basic health goals. Find out what you can do to help improve the mental well-being of your people.

Download: Addressing Health Equity Through the Application of SDoH Data

MOBE and Unite Us partnered to bring greater awareness around SDoH data and gain a deeper understanding of the impact of SDoH risk factors on participants’ lives and health. This paper reveals the results.

Download: Advancing Health Equity

MOBE partnered with a third-party firm to identify, measure, and quantify the impact of our work on individuals facing five or more SDoH risk factors. We are pleased to share our findings.