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NetMinder Shows the Maximum and Compares Your Network to the Competition

Posted by Susan Donegan on Fri, Dec 01, 2017

In order to present a more complete picture of network strength relative to a population, we propose including another metric – choice of providers – to the analysis. When you add the average number of providers employees can choose from to the percentage of employees with access to a minimum number of providers, you can better assess the relative strength and attractiveness of one network versus another.  NetMinder shows the maximum.jpg

Using an employee census to run a network summary report gives you the opportunity to focus your analysis on areas important to the client - do large concentrations of employees have adequate choice?Network Summary Report sample.jpg

The resulting report output shows that while My Network doesn’t have the most providers within 5 miles of the employees, (327 versus 337 for Competitor C), it does have the most choice (14 providers on average vs. 11 for Competitor B) in my census locations and it meets the accessibility criteria - 100% of employees having access to at least 5 providers. Therefore I can say to the prospect or the broker that My Network is the strongest option for this group of employees – all employees have the required network coverage and the most choices of providers. 

Watch and learn how to get the most out of NetMinder using your client's employee census.

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