League Partners with HealthSparq to Improve Health Plan Member Experiences

League | February 09, 2023 | Read time : 02:00 min

League Partners with HealthSparq

On February 8, 2023, League, the industry leader in healthcare consumer experience (CX) platform technology, announced a new partnership with HealthSparq, a Kyruus company that provides innovative transparency and guidance solutions for health plans. The exclusive collaboration will transform member experiences by combining League's award-winning digital infrastructure with HealthSparq's individualized, compliant healthcare cost and quality data.

HealthSparq's comprehensive SaaS platform offers personalized data to nearly 100 million health plan members, allowing them to compare provider quality and cost, comprehend conditions and recovery, receive rewards for high-value care decisions, and schedule care. The new partnership will enable health plans to direct members to preferred providers via League's healthcare CX platform, thereby providing members with the personalized healthcare experience they seek from their health plan.

The partnership will produce a unified platform that integrates all aspects of a member's journey into a single experience. As healthcare transforms from fragmented point solutions to a more consumer-centric ecosystem, digital platforms will enable improved efficiencies across the healthcare continuum by connecting various aspects of care.

About League

Founded in 2014 and based in Toronto (Ontario), League is a platform technology company powering next-gen healthcare consumer experiences. Its platform allows payers, providers, consumer health partners, and employers to deliver high-engagement, personalized healthcare experiences that consumers appreciate. With more than $220 million raised to date and over 40 million members, the company's digital infrastructure enables frictionless healthcare experiences and drives unprecedented levels of engagement. Millions of individuals use League solutions to access, traverse, and pay for healthcare.


In 2020 the world changed as we know it. The COVID-19 pandemic brought into sharp focus the vulnerabilities that exist in many healthcare systems. Healthcare providers had to quickly adapt their service delivery models, consider future possible scenarios, and continue to innovate.


In 2020 the world changed as we know it. The COVID-19 pandemic brought into sharp focus the vulnerabilities that exist in many healthcare systems. Healthcare providers had to quickly adapt their service delivery models, consider future possible scenarios, and continue to innovate.

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