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Vantage Health Access, LLC

We introduce Primary + an innovative way to help employers lower the cost of health benefits by 30%-40%.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Healthcare Services
  • Location Austin, TX, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded December 2011
  • Employees 2
  • Website vantagehealthaccess.com

Company Summary

With HSA's and High Deductible plans ever more popular, the lack of preventative and primary services is taking a toll on the overall health of employees and dependants. If 90% of all care being administered in the U.S is Primary Care a question emerges, Why are companies doing away with this important coverage? Our price starts at $40/month and $35 each additional Family member. Members pay $35 at timenof visit and we take care of the rest.

Team

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    Jorge Arzate
    President & CEO

    Jorge Arzate, CEO has held successful positions as Regional Vice President at Health Insurance Companies. His main role has been to transition struggling sales organizations into thriving and profitable organizations. As a former member of the United States Coast Guard he has the discipline, stamina and leadership training to carry out anything he peruses either in business or personal growth.

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    Michael Grant
    SVP Network Development

    Michael brings over 30 years of marketing and management experience. For the past 10 years he has been with Roche/Genentech Pharmaceuticals as Senior Marketing Executive for Hospital and Primary Care sales.

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    Robert DuCharme
    VP of Sales

    Bob DuCharm, VP prior to joining Vantage Health Access, Bob was a Customer Solutions Manager with Cisco Systems. This role required planning and execution of solutions to unleash the full potential of businesses.

Advisors

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    Blake Erskine
    Lawyer
    Unconfirmed
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    John Cruger
    Accountant
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Previous Investors

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    Jorge Arzate
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