November 18, 2021
Executive to Drive Growth in the Southeast Among Mid- to Large-Sized Employer Groups
FRESNO, Calif. (November 18, 2021) – HealthComp, the largest independent health benefits administrator in the country, today announced the appointment of Jon Dimmock to the position of Vice President of Sales. In this role, Dimmock will drive growth among brokers and their mid- to large-sized employer groups in the Southeast – with an emphasis in Georgia, where he is based.
“We’re excited to bring Jon on board,” said Tom Martel, CGO at HealthComp. “He has extensive experience in the health benefits market and has driven sales for both a large carrier as well as third-party administrators (TPAs). In all of his positions, Jon has achieved award-winning levels of sales. And through his tenure, he has become a trusted and well-connected executive in the Southeast. His combination of expertise, relationships, and leadership is just what HealthComp needs to drive growth and success in this region.”
“What’s appealing about HealthComp is the company is nimble and innovative,” said Jon Dimmock. “It can turn on a dime to meet market needs. It helps employer groups provide comprehensive health benefits to employees, while driving down healthcare spending and delivering a superior member experience. Many customers experience a zero to negative trend in their healthcare spending and reap the benefits of a member services model that has sustained a Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 80, whereas the industry average is 12. As such, employers can rest assured that their employees will receive an exceptional level of service.”
Dimmock added that the nation is at a crucial point in its economic recovery from COVID-19. “One consequence is the tough labor market. Employers want to be able to entice top candidates with an attractive health benefits package, but they also can’t afford to keep paying escalating premiums. Many are throwing up their hands and saying, this just isn’t sustainable. HealthComp provides relief by leveraging analytics to identify and address problem areas with true cost savings.”
Dimmock noted that traditional health plans offer a limited menu from which employer groups must order – with very little room for customization. “By comparison, working with a benefits administrator of HealthComp’s sophistication, groups have the flexibility to design and assemble a custom fit of coverage and point solutions that meet the needs of their member populations.”
“I’m powering forward with my goal to raise awareness among brokers and benefit advisers about the benefits HealthComp can offer their employer group customers, and I’m strategizing with them on how we can bring our cost-containment expertise and service excellence model to bear on their client’s top healthcare challenges,” concluded Dimmock.
Dimmock has 30 years of experience in the employee benefits field, of which he’s spent 17 years with TPAs in sales and sales management roles in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, and Texas. Most recently in his role as a sales executive with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield in Georgia, he achieved seven consecutive years as a “Blue Blazer,” a program that recognizes the company’s top 1% of sales executives.