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Founder and CEO of Quantum Health asked to join the National Leadership Committee on Consumerism and Engagement to Improve Employee Health Care

May 13, 2016

National Leadership Committee on Consumerism and Engagement to Improve Employee Health Care

Quantum Health Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Kara Trott, announced today that she is honored to accept an invitation to collaborate with top business executives and health care leaders from around the country in an exciting opportunity to improve employee health care.

The National Leadership Committee on Consumerism and Engagement (NLCCE), established by the National Business Group on Health (NBGH), in a mission to provide a leadership forum focusing on (1) finding and evaluating effective solutions to the health care benefits challenges of large employers, (2) identifying and disseminating best practices and innovative ideas for empowering and engaging employees and their dependents in the health care process, (3) identifying gaps in effective programs and practices and influencing industry to fill the gaps, (4) promoting effective public polices, and (5) promoting individual accountability and consumerism in all types of plans and financing methods.

Members of the committee include executives from some of today's largest corporations, as well as key influencers in the health care industry.

"I am excited and honored to join such an esteemed group of executives and industry leaders," said Trott. "Participating in the NLCCE is a unique opportunity to collaborate with key stakeholders to develop solutions and strategies that will help improve health care delivery and make it more cost-effective for payers, employers and participants."