SASid humbled to make Inc. 5000 for third straight year

SASid, Inc. (Smart and Simple insurance development) was recently named #1290 to the Inc. 5000 fastest growing companies in the country.  With three consecutive years on the list, SASid is honored, once again, to receive such recognition and be in the ranks of some of the countries most amazing companies (#2210 in 2012, #4511 in 2011).  To view others recognized on this prestigious list, visit http://www.inc.com/5000

As all companies recognized by Inc. Magazine would surely agree, it’s your people who get you to this point.  We have been fortunate enough to have a team of individuals who are just as excited to help others and grow the company as we are.  They help SASid maintain an fun, energetic, forward-thinking, and entrepreneurial culture.  Thank you for your relentless dedication.

About SASid, Inc…

SASid is a proud partner in the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® Realtor Benefits® Program. We’re pleased to say that we’ve been a trusted partner since 2009, and have grown from offering our initial program (REALTORS® Core Health Insurance) to now offering multiple exclusive products to NAR members.

Partnership programs offered through SASid include:

About Inc. Magazine…

Founded in 1979 and acquired in 2005 by Mansueto Ventures LLC, Inc. (http://www.inc.com) is the only major business magazine dedicated exclusively to owners and managers of growing private companies that delivers real solutions for today’s innovative company builders. With a total paid circulation of 712,647, Inc. provides hands-on tools and market-tested strategies for managing people, finances, sales, marketing, and technology. Visit us online at http://www.inc.com.

How much does it cost to spend a day in a hospital?

Don’t you wish healthcare was like a menu at McDonald’s?  You could show up with your broken arm and know how much it would cost within minutes of arriving.  Healthcare unfortunately is not that transparent or easy to work with.  You won’t know the cost of your broken arm for weeks and that is after you already had the procedures (when you get your bill).  Following are average costs per inpatient day, organized by hospital ownership type, in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia:

Average Cost Per Inpatient Day Across 50 States in 2012 (updated November 2014)

Location
Government Hospitals
    Non-Profit Hospitals
    For-Profit Hospitals
United States $1,831 $2,214 $1,747
Alabama $1,493 $1,400 $1,253
Alaska $1,521 $2,369 $2,809
Arizona $1,730 $2,462 $2,002
Arkansas $1,382 $1,688 $1,407
California $2,767 $3,275 $2,084
Colorado $1,950 $2,493 $2,522
Connecticut $3,146 $2,369 $2,363
Delaware N/A $2,675 $3,510
District of Columbia $759 $2,926 $2,006
Florida $2,132 $2,178 $1,551
Georgia $922 $1,756 $1,462
Hawaii $1,166 $2,320 N/A
Idaho $1,154 $2,842 $2,004
Illinois $2,006 $2,218 $1,544
Indiana $1,776 $2,359 $2,115
Iowa $1,327 $1,419 $1,806
Kansas $1,064 $1,654 $1,852
Kentucky $1,647 $1,722 $1,542
Louisiana $1,667 $1,680 $1,668
Maine $1,523 $2,170 $787
Maryland N/A $2,495 $2,062
Massachusetts $1,788 $2,741 $1,768
Michigan $1,218 $2,147 $2,482
Minnesota $1,033 $2,179 $2,657
Mississippi $1,176 $1,423 $1,789
Missouri $1,400 $2,104 $1,730
Montana $507 $1,332 $3,173
Nebraska $676 $1,886 $1,334
Nevada $2,304 $2,143 $1,715
New Hampshire N/A $2,296 $2,024
New Jersey $1,964 $2,464 $1,381
New Mexico $2,681 $2,082 $1,926
New York $1,878 $2,082 N/A
North Carolina $1,969 $1,862 $1,527
North Dakota N/A $1,514 $1,767
Ohio $2,327 $2,395 $2,285
Oklahoma $1,304 $1,844 $1,791
Oregon $2,725 $3,199 $2,761
Pennsylvania $747 $2,142 $1,675
Rhode Island N/A $2,536 N/A
South Carolina $1,936 $1,928 $1,636
South Dakota $474 $1,132 $2,312
Tennessee $1,352 $1,892 $1,421
Texas $2,700 $2,222 $1,794
Utah $2,658 $2,418 $2,198
Vermont N/A $1,532 N/A
Virginia $2,596 $1,734 $1,809
Washington $2,698 $3,273 $2,310
West Virginia $728 $1,582 $1,151
Wisconsin $344 $2,038 $2,523
Wyoming $1,157 $1,443 $2,200

Notes

Includes all operating and non-operating expenses for registered US community hospitals, defined as nonfederal short-term general and other special hospitals whose facilities and services are available to the public. Adjusted expenses per inpatient day include expenses incurred for both inpatient and outpatient care; inpatient days are adjusted higher to reflect an estimate of the volume of outpatient services. It is important to note that these figures are only an estimate of expenses incurred (by the hospital to provide a day of) inpatient care and are not a substitute for either actual charges or reimbursement for care provided.

Source:  The Kaiser Family Foundation State Health Facts.