Welcome to Open Health Market

Open Health Market is a medical marketplace. We directly connect consumers and providers of medical services. Individuals can post requests for medical procedures. Group purchasers can float RFPs for medical services. Providers can create profiles and be alerted to/respond to requests in their specialty areas. Let's get started.
Are you an individual who would like to “advertise” your medical service need to qualified specialists?

Are you a group plan manager interested in economizing your benefits program?
Plan Administrators

Are you a medical provider interested in expanding your patient base beyond your geography?
Medical Providers

Why Now, Why OHM?

Founder Don Crandlemire explains why self-insured entities need to act today, and how OHM can help...read more >>

Scott Conard's picture
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Reform measures are creating waves for all stakeholders in healthcare: individual patients, employers, insurance companies, and you—the care provider. As provisions take effect, there are more regulations to follow, more paperwork, and more patients, with greater focus on the quality of patient care and improved outcomes. Rather than being pulled into the red waters, create distance and position yourself for success.

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Don Crandlemire's picture
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Competition Works in Healthcare – Real Life Success Stories At OHM, we believe that competition is the solution to the crisis facing our health care system.  To prove our point, we look no further than the real-life experiences of two of our principals, Dr. Len Fromer and Peter Hayes. 
Leonard Fromer MD's picture
Thursday, April 5, 2012
One of the biggest and toughest issues facing healthcare today is the disparity between our current healthcare system model, which is driven by volume and quantity of services; and a system that focuses on quality and value based models. In our current system, instead of paying for high quality and value of care, we pay for high volume of care; this means that providers of services make more money by treating a higher number of patients. This system of high volume payment structures does little to provide significant health benefits to the patient.
Peter F Hayes's picture
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
In my former role as Director of Benefits for a Fortune 500 company for 25 years, the traditional model of purchasing health care related services often frustrated me. In the past, most payment models were based on widgets of service. In the case of medical providers, the payment was based on the number of services performed; for consultants, it was on the number of hours consumed.


OHM is pleased to announce new RFQIs for 30 companies with $1B in combined healthcare spend. Providers interested in responding please join!


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Two industry luminaries join our team!

Peter F Hayes
Principal of Healthcare Solutions; formerly Director of Associate Health & Wellness at Hannaford Supermarkets.
Leonard Fromer, MD
Executive Medical Director, Group Practice Forum and Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of California.

Did you know...

that 84% of workers in large companies who have health insurance coverage through their employer are covered through a plan that is partially or completely self-funded by the employer?

Source: Kaiser Family Foundation www.kff.org.
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