TORONTO, June 15, 2016 /CNW/ - Today marks the launch of HBM+, a new name and a compelling alternative in the Canadian healthbenefits management landscape.
HBM+ is a health benefit manager offering drug, dental and extended health care benefits administration and claims adjudication services to group benefits carriers, claim paying third?party administrators (TPAs)
Charles Rosen, VP and Managing Director, says, "Our objective is to be the preferred alternative to the traditional pharmacy benefit managers not only for drug benefit management services but also the broader scope of health and dental benefits. HBM+ can provide customized, innovative and fully?branded solutions for clients by leveraging extensive intellectual property and experience in developing and implementing large-scale solutions."
The HBM+ team of industry experts have developed and delivered customized, "white-label" business solutions and a health care provider website supporting real-time claim adjudication on behalf of a number of group benefits carriers and TPAs.
"This is an exciting time for us," comments Steve Laberge, National Director, Business Development. "HBM+ is a leader in the provision of health benefits management services. Through innovation, superior technology and our ability to develop a fully client-branded experience, HBM+'s services enable our clients to reach their business goals."
About HBM+HBM+ is more than a pharmacy benefits manager, it is a health benefits manager. With offices in Quebec and Ontario, HBM+ provides customized white-label solutions that support drug, dental and extended health benefits for group benefits carriers, third-party payors, and government organizations across Canada.
HBM+ is built on a foundation of proven technology, seamless branding, innovative claim management and administration capabilities, collaborative provider management, and solid industry expertise. They recognize that each client is unique and requires a business solution tailored to their needs.
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