Self-funded Plans with Administrative Service-Only Policies Gaining Popularity

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Thursday, March 28, 2013 3:08:00 PM Categories: News and Views


As more employers hope to gain greater control of their group health costs, we are seeing a rise in employers choosing self-funded insurance plans, in particular those with administrative service-only policies. This article from Business Insurance explains how large insurance companies respond to this shift.

Si Nahra, President of Health Decisions, finds that “employers who establish two-way communication with their employees get the most out of their health insurance plan. Our services enable self-funded companies to cut costs and help facilitate these conversations.”

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