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Healthcare History 101

Until the 1940’s healthcare treatments were primarily deployed on a local basis and the responsibility of payment was squarely on the individuals receiving treatment. At the end of World War II the US Government decided to deploy wage fixing laws. This meant that every job had a fixed wage and employees could not earn more or receive raises. In order to side step this unintended consequence the US Government made a provision for non-cash benefits which included healthcare coverage for employees. Once implemented corporations could not pay more for a job, but could offer better non-cash benefits and attract top talent. This was the beginning of the third party payer system as we know it today.

Sano Surgery History

Sano Surgery has had many iterations over the last decade. The focus and mission has always been the Triple Win - the opportunity to generate a win-win-win for payer, generally employers, the patients, and the treating physicians. Sano provides the Triple Win by providing employers with all-in prices, the elimination of patient responsibility and balance bills while being treated by the finest physicians nationwide.

There is a myth that healthcare is expensive. It is only expensive to those who do not understand both the supply-side and demand-side of healthcare. We remind our clients regularly that healthcare does not equal health insurance. By making a few changes and deploying ordinary techniques, deployed by major industry, Sano Surgery reduces healthcare expenses by 50-70%.


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We at Sano Surgery know that the challenges to healthcare and healthcare coverage are not insurmountable. Are you paying more for healthcare than you were in 2012?

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Keeping high-volume procedures within general hospitals allows hospitals to subsidize the unique, low-volume specialized capabilities that are so central to the value proposition of their solution shops- being able to diagnose and embark on a therapy for anything that might be wrong
— Clayton M. Christensen