Ryan Seacsrest, founder of American Express, was among the big names who jumped on board the healthcare giant Ameri Health.
He said his company was going to “go from strength to strength” with Ameri and its new CEO, Jason Kowalski.
Seacrest was one of the first investors to take Ameri’s public stock, and he told Breitbart News he believed the company was poised for a “great future.”
“I think we’re going to be able to do things that we can’t do now,” Seacresrest said.
“We’re going out of business and getting into the healthcare space.
We’re going into the next generation of patients and providers and that’s going to make a big difference.”
He continued: “I think Ameri is going to have the best future of any healthcare company I’ve ever been part of.
It’s going be a game changer for a lot of people.
Kowalskis vision for the healthcare industry has been a vision of massive growth, with the goal of expanding health care coverage to more people and more quickly.
In a few years, it will be possible to see a huge expansion in access, and the patient experience will be significantly improved.”
The merger between AmeriCare and Aetna was announced on Monday, with Aetanadis announcing it would merge with Anthem, and Anthem announcing it was closing its healthcare operations in the United States.
AmeriCare said it would be merging with AETanadias acquisition of Amerigroup, which has over $400 billion in assets.
Sears announced it was merging with Anthem in August of this year.
Anthem, a unit of U.S. giant UnitedHealth Group, announced its own plan to sell its health insurance and healthcare operations to a new entity.
Anthem’s deal with AEP is expected to be finalized in late-October.
Sears said the merged entity would be a “world class” healthcare provider, offering a combination of health plans, services and financial products that will be a leader in the industry.
It is expected the merged company will have more than 25,000 employees in the U.K., including 8,000 at its headquarters in Chicago, with plans to hire 200 people from the U