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Nayya Named to Insurtech 100: One of the Leading Startups Driving Change Across Insurance
by Caroline Boyland October 19, 2022
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Nayya Named to Insurtech 100
NEW YORK, October 19th, 2022 -- Nayya Health, Inc. ("Nayya"), a leading benefits experience and healthcare management platform, was named this week to the Insurtech 100 from Sønr, EY, and Generali. The Insurtech 100 is a list of the leading startups, scaleups and innovators driving change across insurance.
Nayya, a benefits decision support platform, is driving change across the insurance industry by reinventing the way that employees choose their benefits. Nayya provides personalized benefits recommendations to employees based on their unique physical, mental, and financial needs. These intelligent recommendations empower employees with the education and confidence to choose the plans that best fit the needs of themselves and their families.
Historically, employees have selected their benefits with little-to-no confidence. Research shows that without decision support technology, 63% of employees feel “unconfident” when selecting plans. The benefits that employees choose during enrollment have direct health and financial implications throughout the year. In the wake of a global pandemic, rising inflation, and other socio-economic challenges, the ability to make better benefits decisions can result in countless positive outcomes for employees and HR teams alike.
The Insurtech 100 are selected through a mix of Sønr’s unique access to insurance innovation data and scoring by a global panel of leading industry professionals.
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