An equipment dealer with twenty-five branches in nine states had two traditional medical plans and one HSA plan. Unfortunately, the company’s non-integrated, partially self-funded medical plan was demonstrative of a misalignment of economic objectives between the employer and employees.
The employees saw no decrease in their health plan benefits for five years and saw an aggregate 4% decrease in employee contributions during the same time period. Download the full story above to learn more about how Alera Group was able to maintain the same economic value of the original benefits while establishing a medical program with substantially better network discounts.
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