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John Hansbrough

Benefits Advisor

Phone: (657)232-0522

If We Solve the Economics of Healthcare, We Solve Healthcare

My Why is simple: To improve the quality of life of those we serve through healthcare and financial strategies.

Given that the U.S. spends $3.6 trillion on healthcare, the system is ripe for solutions.

The good news is that the solutions are out there!

We pay more than anyone else in the world for outcomes worse than any developed country. But providers, health systems, and consultants are banding together to help companies pay less for better outcomes.

It’s estimated that 30% of our healthcare spending is on waste. But it’s possible for companies to identify and eliminate this waste, redirecting their employees to better care and improving the bottom line performance of their health plan.

And the average American family is spending more and more on their health insurance every year, with the threat of medical debt induced bankruptcy looming over them. But companies have an ability to drastically improve their employees experience with the healthcare industry and reduce the threat of severe financial distress due to healthcare.

To do this, I help companies create best-in-class benefits.

I show organizations how to create data-driven approaches to population health management and healthcare strategy to create better benefits, at lower costs. And I love to see my clients use their improved benefits platform to support their business as they fulfill their unique purpose.

Ask me how a Strategic Healthcare Plan might benefit your company!

Latest Blog Posts

Healthcare people group. Professional doctor working in hospital office or clinic with other doctors, nurse and surgeon. Medical technology research institute and doctor staff service concept.

Nurse Practitioner Scope of Practice Bill Heads to Newsom

The California legislature sent a bill to Gavin Newsom’s desk last week that would grant nurse practitioners the ability to practice without doctor supervision, albeit with some concessions to the doctor’s lobby in the state.

Close up of calculator, data and stethoscope

Behavioral Health Spending Correlates with Higher Overall Healthcare Spending

According to a new study, people with behavioral health conditions tend to have higher healthcare costs than those who don’t, based on data from employers and other commercial payers.


Health Inequities in Infant Mortality: Black Doctors Reduce Black Infant Mortality by 39% to 58%

Racial disparities in health care affect literally the first hours of a black child’s life, according to researchers who looked at over 2 decades of data.

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About John

John lives in Playa Vista with his girlfriend Liza and their dog Archer. On any given weekend, you can find them surfing, swimming, playing football, basketball, or tennis, or doing any one of a dozen activities they enjoy outdoors.

John is from San Diego and completed his Bachelor’s in Economics and Mathematics at Occidental College, where he played football all four years. After graduating from Oxy, he has worked in various aspects of the insurance and financial industry, always looking for ways to improve the lives of those he serves.

John enjoys reading and his interests include Roman history, biographies, fantasy and sci-fi, and stoic and zen philosophy. Some of his favorite books include: Dune by Frank Herbert, The Obstacle is The Way by Ryan Holiday, Mastery by Ryan Greene (really anything by Ryan Holiday and Robert Greene!), Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven Covey, and many others! He always enjoys a good book discussion!