Market Based Healthcare
MediBid – 2018
Market-based pricing is defined as the lowest price a vendor will accept for a good or service and the highest price a buyer is willing to pay. When this market-based model is integrated with an employer-sponsored health plan, the employer usually saves between 40% and 65% on their healthcare spending, while quality and employee satisfaction greatly increases. To find out what your potential savings are with this approach, simply contact us.
Health Care Sharing Option for Faith Based Employers
Route Three Benefits – 2016
There is an exemption from the individual penalty in the Affordable Care Act (ACA), under section 5000A(d)(2)(B), for individuals who are members of health care sharing ministries. However, if you are an employer with more than 50 full time “equivalent” employees, you may still be subject to a penalty of $2,160 per employee after the exemption. What are your options?
Unsustainable: The Rising Cost of Healthcare
MediBid – May 2013
Heathcare costs have been rising for many years at a rate that outpaces wage inflation. Starting January 2014, this trend will get even worse as some of the more costly mandates of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) take effect.