Actionable data analytics for insurance brokers & consultants

Give your clients the insights they need

Your clients and their employees depend on you for intelligent advice and guidance. To deliver on this, you need total confidence in the data.

HDMS understands there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. That’s why data integrity and flexibility are just two of the hallmarks of our rich history supporting brokers and consultants.

For more than 20 years, HDMS has partnered with the country’s largest health plans, providers, employers, and brokers and consultants. We know the importance of data analytics for your organization, and can give you the insights you need to help your clients control costs and improve the health of their populations.

Our insurance broker analytics solutions and services can put unparalleled power into your hands. To help you uncover opportunities and insights for your clients, our data analytics solutions are:

  • Integrated. Our solution integrates data from a wide variety of disparate sources, including claims (medical and pharmacy) and non-claims (including wellness programs, eligibility, biometrics and labs).
  • User-friendly. An intuitive design makes it easy for you to get the data you need.
  • Flexible. Choose from out-of-the-box reports, or take advantage of options to customize.
  • Secure. Our data analytics solution consistently scores the highest possible industry ratings for privacy and security.

With HDMS, you get the insight you need to guide your clients and their employees successfully on their health benefits journey.

"We have almost instantaneous access to claims data, and we can run any query at any time to prove out any theories that we might have."

– Bob Panure,

Partner at Timmaron Group

HDMS helps you guide your clients:

  • Visualize cost drivers & trends, including pharmacy utilization
  • Identify & address high-cost employees & providers
  • Analyze network leakage & performance
  • Detect risks both prospectively & retrospectively
  • Benchmark performance