Take Command Health (TCH), which calls itself a benefits market disruptor, is bringing Kyle Estep onto the team, who specializes in developing partnerships and growth in venture-backed startups and has extensive health insurance knowledge and market insights, according to a statement.
“Focusing on developing partnerships within the employee benefits and broader healthcare space, Kyle will help us further our mission of accelerating the adoption of the health insurance reimbursement model of benefits,” Jack Hooper, CEO of TCH, said in a statement.
Estep formerly led the growth of Oscar Health, a tech-enabled health insurance company. While in this role, Oscar Health grew its coverage from 40,000 people in the New York metro area to 400,000 with more than $2 billion in revenue across 15 states. Estep also previously worked as a strategy and operations consultant for Deloitte, where he focused on health insurance clients.
“It’s a critical moment for the defined contribution model of benefits and Take Command Health is positioned to lead the charge for this consumer centered healthcare model to change the industry for the better,” Estep said in a statement.
Last October, TCH announced a partnership with Oscar Health on a new model of insurance, which would allow employers to reimburse their employees for health insurance tax-free.
Take Command Health launched five years ago with a mission to bring awareness, advocacy, and transparency to health insurance.
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