Benefits of Membership
- Product partnerships
- Initiatives like the VBID pilot program, Onsite Clinic User Group and the Employer Advisory Panel
- Discounts at gyms and other facilities
- Find a Doctor and QualityPath Toolkits
- Monthly provider updates
- Resources for your steerage program
- Annual Benefits Survey Report
- Employer Benefit Plan Design Evolution – July 25, 2017
- The Corporate Role in Community Health – Aug. 22, 2017
- The Alliance Annual Meeting: Beaking Myths in Health Care – Sept. 28, 2017
- The Different Dimensions of Well-Being – Jan. 16, 2018
- ACA or post ACA? Will my plan design be affected? – March 13, 2018
- The Alliance Annual Seminar – May 17, 2018
News & Tools
According to Benjamin Isgur, leader of PwC’s Health Research Institute: “Growth in employer medical costs – which has been gradually declining for decades – is settling into a new normal characterized by flatter, single-digit trend.”
“As a health benefits plan designer, you have the ability to affect the long-term health of your employees.” This was Dr. Scott Conard’s advice to employers at The Alliance’s July 2017 Employer Benefit Plan Design event.
Self-funding gives employers the advantages of cost savings, control and choice. But switching to self-funding can seem like a daunting task.
Employees are often lukewarm about Consumer-Driven Health Plans (CDHPs) that offer both a high deductible and a health savings account (HSA). So how did Woodward Communications Inc. get 54 percent adoption in its first year in 2017?
Seven years after the passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the political barriers to a substantive national dialogue to advance sound health care policy are once again front and center.
Earlier this month, I was invited to a meeting of the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health. My role was to give the employer perspective on population health improvement. This made me wonder… is there one?