Bigger profits and better health? Soaring healthcare costs are cutting into profits and challenging leaders to develop sustainable solutions. Today’s market demands innovative approaches to health plan management for companies of all sizes. Reducing health insurance costs by improving employee health increases profits and performance. PyxisCare was founded to help with complex healthcare challenges, save costs and improve continuity.
How We Can Help
- Onsite Personal Health Nurse provides care navigation to employees, reducing costs, ensuring appropriate benefits usage and improving wellness.
- Benefits evaluation for optimal negotiation and plans that meet your needs.
- Supporting special needs of employees in high-risk positions.
- Executive benefits offerings.
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What You Can Expect
Custom plans built with leadership to manage costs and improve employee recruiting and retention. Each plan contains company priorities and goals.
Frequently asked questions
Who is PyxisCare?
PyxisCare is a care management company headquartered in Texas. We have been utilizing nurse care managers with a “hands on” approach for over 10 years.
What does your company do?
We help companies transform their healthcare costs into health investments by improving employee health and managing costs of care by utilizing a three-prong systems approach.
Why should I care?
Companies are in a healthcare crisis. Costs continue to increase every year, while employee health declines. Smart companies recognize that to improve profitability and realize year-over-year cost savings, they must focus on BOTH employee health improvement and managing healthcare costs.
What makes your company different?
The results our client companies and employees experience. We are not offering an “off the shelf” wellness program or another disjointed medical management program. Employees have a relationship with a trusted health professional and companies have support/guidance to execute health plan strategies.
Do you sell health insurance?
No, we do not sell insurance nor do we receive any commissions from brokers.
What are the biggest differences between your company and benefit brokers?
PyxisCare is not paid on commissions by carriers. We are incentivized to improve employee health and act as a health fiduciary for our client companies. We work onsite with your employees on a routine basis to improve health and manage ongoing care needs. We work with company leadership to executecustom plan strategies that turn costs into investments. This “benefit” has been used to help recruit and retain top employees.
Who is your typical client?
Companies who recognize that there is a better way to manage their health investments are our typical client. We serve small to mid-size (100-1000 EE) companies throughout Texas.
Are you a nurse staffing agency? Do you provide an onsite clinic?
Our model is a three-pronged approach that utilizes nurses in an onsite consulting role. We do not diagnose, prescribe, or treat medical conditions.
Is your business model to help companies by cutting costs?
Our approach is to help companies get on the path of transforming costs into investments by improving employee health AND managing healthcare costs. Over the years, we have been able to help many individuals save on their personal out of pocket expenses and a few years ago, we launched a corporate version to offer Employer Solutions and scale these benefits.
How much $ can we save?
Clients have been able to save in both the administrative costs of their health benefit, as well as the direct medical and script expenses. The amount of cost savings can range dramatically based on which strategies are implemented. However, our clients have been able to realize year over year savings as the health of their employees continues to improve.
How long does it take to realize savings?
Timing of savings is dictated by when the onsite team is deployed and how often the benefit plan can be restructured.
When has this model not worked?
Our model is not a hands-off approach (nor plug and play), it requires both executive engagement and discipline.
How many times have you done this in companies like ours?
Each company has distinct needs and the size and type of industry is greatly varied, from manufacturing to marketing to financial services.
How do we get started?