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Vera Whole Health Expands into Oregon

Vera Whole Health has expanded into Oregon by signing a contract with Hoffman Construction. Joey Harrington, former NFL and University of Oregon quarterback introduced the two companies.

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Forbes: Employers are waking up to healthcare’s biggest lie

“Employer frustration over the devastating collateral damage from a severely under-performing healthcare system is boiling over,” says Forbes writer, Dave Chase. And a growing number of smart people, including Vera’s CEO Ryan Schmid, are proving that “you can’t control healthcare costs” is healthcare’s biggest lie.

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Today’s healthcare an economic drainer, not driver

“The overriding sentiment is that organization executives and benefits leaders have reached their breaking point and are no longer going to accept that every year they’re obligated to get less and pay more when it comes to health benefits.”

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Vera Whole Health Expands to Eastern Washington

YAKIMA, WA — Shields Bag and Printing Co. announced on March 15 that they signed Vera Whole Health to serve their 1,000 employees and family members via an on-site primary care and coaching clinic. They are the first company to launch a Vera clinic in the Yakima Valley.

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City Slashes Healthcare Costs By Improving Health Benefits

Forbes writer, Dave Chase, lauds Vera’s approach to tackling healthcare’s most vexing problem: pricing failure. He documents Vera’s positive impact on employee health and runaway costs for both the City of Kirkland and Seattle Children’s. “Value-based primary care is a linchpin to eliminating pricing failure. Practice and specialization yields tremendous savings.”

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Vera Makes Splash in Arizona

Flagstaff, AZ – Employees of several local government agencies are trying out a new model of healthcare, one that may offer them shorter wait times to see a doctor, lower fees and better health.

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