Americans such as Lynn Jennings, as well as other early advocates of providing primary healthcare health centers on a company’s campus, realized the dysfunction plaguing our healthcare system.
As employers tried to figure out the flawed system’s inner workings, predatory firms devised dozens of ways to drive up costs. About half of America’s health-care spending delivers zero value, according to a PwC study in 2011.
WeCare tlc founders all are veterans of the medical risk management industry. From experience and actual data collected from clients and medical histories, we can quantifiably reduce the risks of injury and illness. That means employers see every dollar spent on healthcare.
Jennings and other visionaries could not stand the waste, so they pioneered the on-site primary medical care health centers model, which by 2012 already showed promise. Today, it simply is the future of healthcare.
WeCare tlc works to tame the industry’s most corrosive practices so its clients’ businesses can grow and thrive.
Jennings eventually sold his two med-risk management businesses, which were booming, in order to give all his time to WeCare tic. It’s a game changer, that’s why. Today as CEO, he and the rest of the leadership aim to improve the quality of lives. WeCare tlc is building its reputation as a trusted partner to its clients by taking an approach that produces results. The WeCare tlc team is passionate about its work. Members take pride in seeing the lives of clients and employees improved.
Any employee at a WeCare tlc company is likely to tell you themselves that WeCare tlc is the most accessible, efficient and top-notch healthcare they’ve experienced:
“We chose WeCare tlc because of their dedication to improving the health of people and their true desire to be a partner with us in our quest to improve employee health.”
— Dorel Juvenile Group