We had a revelation – an innovative approach to employee benefits that alters the landscape. Hixme was conceived by a group of industry experts to provide companies with a strategic Health Benefits plan built for you.
Hixme is a technology enabled Health Benefits company that has created a more intelligent pathway; one that diverts from the current messy, expensive, dead-end route to one that is elegantly simple.
Our team collaborates with you to implement and guide your company through a strategic plan of migration to the individual market that accommodates your specific needs.
We looked at the big picture and saw that employers recreate their company health plans and employee benefit choices, year after year, expecting lower costs and increased employee satisfaction.
Unfortunately, the results are increased financial risks and wasted time spent on issues completely unrelated to their core businesses. This environment demands a shift in mindset.
The Hixme way is simple. We collaborate. We strategize. We guide your company along the path to migration.
By becoming entrenched in the nuances of your organization, we develop a strategy to manage a plan of migration. This strategy commences from exactly where you currently are, and embraces a time frame that maximizes value for you and your employees. Once implemented, our platform enables each employee to plug into a new, completely portable national benefits system.
We’re here to get you out of the Health Benefits business, so you can focus on something more valuable – your business.
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