On My Mind: Self-Funding Provides Stability in Uncertainty
President Trump, with Republican majorities in the Senate and House, has vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act (also known as ObamaCare). By the time you read this newsletter article, this may already have occurred.
QualityPath User Group Webinar – February 15
Interested in learning more about QualityPath and what lies ahead for the program? Attend our QualityPath User Group webinar on Feb. 15. from 10 – 11 a.m.
QualityPath Program Cards
The Alliance has created QualityPath program cards for all enrollees that are eligible for the QualityPath program.
Call for Nominations - The Alliance Health Transformation Awards
The Alliance is accepting nominations for our annual Health Transformation Awards. The award ceremony is scheduled to take place at The Alliance Annual Seminar on May 16 at The Monona Terrace.
Copy and Paste: What's the difference between a primary care provider and a specialist?
Searching for content to use in your employee newsletter? Here’s a ready-made article for you to copy and paste into your next employee communication.
Updates on health policy news from the American Benefits Council and information on our upcoming health policy Alliance Learning Circle.
Log In & Win (Find a Doctor) Contest Winners Announced
Thank you for promoting the Find a Doctor contest. You helped to get the word out to employees who are enrolled in a health plan that uses The Alliance network. And you encouraged many to log in to our Find a Doctor resource.
Download the Employer Benefits Roundtable EBook
Staff members from The Alliance facilitated small group discussions at the December 2016 Alliance Learning Circle and attendees shared their best practices, concerns and questions. The notes taken during these discussions were compiled into a 17-page eBook, free for you to download.
About The Alliance News
Each month, The Alliance News delivers the latest news about Alliance services, programs and events, as well as information on health benefit trends, issues and ideas. Reader comments, suggestions and topics are always welcome. Contact: Tierney Anderson, marketing & events specialist.