Perspectives and insights from Crossover thought leaders
Learn the 5 steps to scaling your organization's mental health program.
Defining how healthcare should be—proactive, predictive, and personal.
It is trust that provides the “power” for behavior change and closing care gaps.
Why every employer should be implementing a “Commercial Advantage” plan.
Engagement and ROI built on trusted relationships and an exceptional experience.
Silencing the clinical noise with proactive and coordinated health monitoring.
The expanded access, impact, and flexibility made possible with Primary Health.
Going far beyond primary care, Crossover defines its model of “Primary Health.”
Reinventing Primary Health means a full makeover—a new lip color won’t do the trick.
Vision becomes reality in adoption and impact of hybrid Primary Health.
How Crossover is rapidly evolving their model in response to COVID-19.
A singular opportunity to demonstrate what is possible in how we deliver care
The innovation of employers and bravery of care teams in response to COVID-19
COVID-19 presents opportunities to demonstrate negative robustness and anti-fragility
Our CEO's response to "lip service" by leaders at the helm of large payers.
Our work is not truly complicated, it’s just hard. And it starts now, with us.
We can build software to eat the world, or...to feed it, to heal it, and to improve it.
It's about how we communicate, as with our personal interactions everywhere else.
Escape the “tyranny of the visit” and its associated coding gamesmanship.
Radical change in healthcare requires a new business model.
Disrupting for only a small part of the care continuum is still fragmented care.
Asynchronicity, and the “power of the pause” have not been fully leveraged in healthcare, yet.
Innovation can't be achieved when built on the traditional healthcare business model.
Telehealth, virtual care, etc. Do we really need to make these distinctions?
Full Stack Health is integrating all functions into one platform with “digital first” access.
It was inevitable that Sherpaa and Crossover would merge. It was just a matter of patience.