DRX and Colibrium Partners Announce Partnership

Collaboration will provide health plans with comprehensive plan comparison and enrollment solutions for both the under and over-65 markets

LOS ANGELES & ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- DRX, a leading provider of healthcare comparison tools, technology and data, and Colibrium Partners, LLC, a leader in health insurance sales, service, and wellness automation, today announced a partnership to promote each other’s respective solutions for health plan comparison and enrollment. This collaboration will provide health plans with a full spectrum of tools to acquire and retain members in both the under-65 and over-65 markets.

“We are very excited about this relationship with Colibrium Partners. They bring deep expertise in the under-65 market, which provides a nice compliment to our nearly decade-long experience powering the exchanges for Medicare Advantage, Medicare Part D and Medicare Supplemental,” said Randy Herman, CEO of DRX.

“Together, we look forward to providing health plan carriers with industry-leading plan comparison and enrollment solutions to capture and retain a wide membership base, from those still in the workforce, to retirees looking for a Medicare plan,” said Mark T. Poling, Co-Founder and CEO of Colibrium Partners.

DRX and Colibrium will jointly participate in Requests for Proposals (RFPs) when carriers are looking for plan comparison and enrollment solutions that capture a wide demographic of members, including those who are under age 65 as well as seniors. Both companies will continue to leverage their existing capabilities and look for opportunities to enhance each other’s solutions.

Focused on the under-65 market, Colibrium’s Tuo® product suite is an end-to-end sales service and wellness solution that allows business users to reach and interact with brokers, groups, consumers and members during their entire lifecycle, on their desired channel, to drive retention, cross-selling and wellness programs.

In the over-65 market, DRX’s PlanCompare tools for Medicare plan comparison and enrollment are licensed by the government, America’s leading health plans, insurance field marketing organizations, brokers and call centers to help potential members with the decision-making process around Medicare plan selection and enrollment. This award-winning technology has been used to enroll over 10 million Medicare beneficiaries to date.

About Colibrium Partners

Colibrium Partners provides health insurance plans with the award winning Tuo® Sales, Service and Wellness automation suite, fully integrated with Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Colibrium Partners’ Tuo® suite of products and consulting services provide health insurance plans with a state-of-the-art marketing, sales, service, underwriting, and wellness management platform enabling unification across traditional, online, social media and mobile channels. For more information, please visit: www.colibriumpartners.com.

About DRX (formerly DestinationRx)

DRX is the leading provider of web-based prescription drug comparison, Medicare health plan comparison and enrollment services. These services help organizations control costs and increase revenues by equipping consumers with the educational, strategic and transaction-support tools necessary to navigate today’s complex healthcare marketplace. DRX data and tools are licensed by the government, America’s largest health plans, pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), field marketing organizations (FMOs), brokers, pharmacies, and other consumer advocates including AARP and Consumers Union. For more information, please visit: www.DRX.com.



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