Dr. Rajaie Batniji is a physician, political economist, and the co-founder of, and chief health officer at, Collective Health, an organization that leads the employer-driven health care economy and aims to create a more efficient health care experience. In his position, he oversees partnerships with health care networks and health care providers, analytics teams, and Collective Health’s employee health management programs. Dr. Batniji is also a clinical assistant professor of medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
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“Collective Health aims to transform traditional benefit administration, by offering this service in a well-designed, technology-enabled fashion that’s much easier on employees and saves money for employers.”
“Co-founder and Chief Health Officer Dr. Rajaie Batniji discusses why he started Collective Health, and why employers are the key to addressing the health care affordability crisis in the U.S.”
Dr. Rajaie Batniji discusses how we can redesign the health care experiences from scratch.
“Collective Health helps employers build out health plans that fit their needs by adding technology with the hope of making things like submitting claims and reading bills easier.”
“Over time, Collective Health says it can help employers figure out more ways to limit cost increases and direct workers to care.”
“’We're largely isolated from [the Affordable Care Act],’ cofounder Rajaie Batniji told CNNTech. ‘Our focus has been on working with employers rather than individuals. That's a market that was there before the ACA and will be there after.’”