INDIANAPOLIS — (March 12, 2020) — Springbuk, a health intelligence software company, has proactively shifted to a remote workforce until Monday, April 6th in response to the growing number of local COVID-19 cases.
“Our company mission is to prevent disease with data,” said Rod Reasen, Co-Founder and CEO of Springbuk. “This mission guides every product we build and every decision we make. We are taking this step to lead by example for our customers, the local community, and the broader technology ecosystem when living out our vision of prevention.”
Springbuk has empowered its workforce of 125+ employees to work from home with the proper equipment, technology, and processes while the business remains fully functioning.
As employers and local benefits consultants are making their own difficult decisions, Springbuk wants to continue to be a resource for the community.
Springbuk’s Lead Clinical Scientist, Janet Young M.D., VP of Product, Amy Brown, and CEO, Rod Reasen, will be hosting an informative webinar Thursday, March 19th at 1pm. The company will address the current risk factors and show how employers can leverage the data they have to address COVID-19 concerns.
“Every decision we make is made with the employee in mind,” said Reasen. “Our hope is that the products we have built, the data we leverage, and the actions we take, help create a healthier community — for organizations and individuals."
Springbuk is a health intelligence platform empowering everyone in an employer’s health ecosystem through actionable insights to improve their population’s well-being and contain claims costs. Its platform is leveraged by employers, insurance brokers, on-site clinics, third-party administrators, and wellness vendors to identify avoidable medical and prescription spend. These insights allow every stakeholder to make smarter decisions regarding the health of their employee populations. As healthcare costs are rising, Springbuk is working with employers across the country to fight back. Learn more at www.springbuk.com