Gina Lujan & Petro Petricevic, HackerCare #launch

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I interviewed Gina Lujan, Community Chief & Petro Petricevic, Evangelist HackerCare @Launch 2014.  HackerCare is a tech organization that offers transparent health care coverage, navigation, and savings to members of the tech community.  This business sprung out of Hacker Lab in Sacramento.  They are hacking health care. They are trying to get as many people on board so they can do a deductible pool where they can  do a 80/20 split.  They can raise money & rather than paying 100% for health care insurance they will help you pay 80% & leave 20% for you to pay.  Get on board all you hackers out there this is fabulous for the community!  Check out their website http://hackercare.org/  They are humanizing healthcare in this country. There should be benefits when you are not sick & so they decided to build an ecosystem of partners that offer members specific discounts.  If you’re paying your benefits every month you get offers if you’re not sick.  They are opening it up to all 50 states!  HackerCare was written up in TechCrunch, check it out!Enhanced by Zemanta

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