Third-party administrator

Optimizing Health Plans Using a TPA

Optimizing Health Plans Using a Third-Party Administrator (TPA)

Optimizing benefits means offering health coverage that enriches and simplifies the lives of covered members at a price point optimized to the employer’s total rewards strategy. This can be a challenging task in a complex marketplace full of options. By working with a Third-Party Administrator, you can improve the overall health and well-being of your …

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Why Employers Should Consider Self-Funded Insurance Plans

As more employers look to reduce healthcare costs and expand their plan and program options, the self-funded model is proving to be a win-win for employers, their third-party partners, and employees because of the flexibility, cost savings, and increased transparency it offers. Self-funded insurance has been gaining popularity throughout the U.S. over the past 20 …

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The Broker/TPA Relationship is Important – Here’s How to Make it a Strong One

Employers and their employees deserve the best health outcomes and support, and brokers and Third-Party Administrators (TPAs) are integral to making this happen. Ensuring quality, efficient, and cost-effective health plan options for our shared clients begins with a strong working relationship between brokers and TPAs. Below are three important components of a successful partnership: Being …

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The Broker Community is Craving Something Different:  Q&A with Shelly Kelsey, HealthComp’s VP of Sales

Q: How have your past experiences positioned you for success at HealthComp? I started working in healthcare straight out of college for Great-West Healthcare in Ohio as a sales representative. Although I was brand new to healthcare, I was excited about how I could impact an industry that I knew had so much potential. Even …

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Strategic Benefits Solutions for Large Employers

When it comes to health benefits, large employer groups often have complex needs that are too complex to be cannot be addressed with standard, one-size-fits-all health plans. Custom-built designed products with innovative benefits offerings are key essential to helping them realize achieve their organizational goals, such as reduced health care spend or providing a more …

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Creating an Engaging Member Experience

In today’s world of ever-growing options, brokers and their employer groups want to curate the best health care solutions for their member population and present them in a way that’s accessible. They also want to enforce greater transparency across their health plans, contain health care costs, and promote better clinical outcomes. And, in the wake …

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Marty Joseph Presents on Reference-Based Pricing (RBP) at the World Health Care Congress

Before his presentation at the World Health Care Congress (WHCC), Marty Joseph sat down with Mabel Jong, WHCC chief correspondent, to discuss a relatively new approach – reference-based pricing (RBP). Key takeaways: Consider something different to save your clients money on their healthcare spend with a reference-based pricing strategy and watch the full interview below. …

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“Have You Thought About…” Seven Questions to Consider About Plan Design

Just when you’re sure you’ve thought of everything . . . you wake up in the middle of the night, remembering the one thing that, maybe, no one considered. At HealthComp, we work with brokers daily on a broad variety of challenges, questions and problems to help them develop the plan designs that will meet the needs …

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