With more and more insurers pulling out of public exchanges and more and more employers finding private exchanges unappealing, interest in self-funding health plans is at an all time high. Find out more in this helpful guide.
Amid the concern and confusion surrounding the Affordable Care Act (ACA), one thing is clear: health insurance funding will never be the same. Many employers are already seeing higher health insurance costs and even more are bracing themselves for the possibility of more steep increases in the future.
Employers are facing the tough decisions of paying more for health coverage, passing additional costs along to employees, or eliminating coverage all together. Clearly, terminating health insurance isn’t the preferred or even practical solution for most employers. Quality benefit packages are a key element of attracting and retaining top talent. Because of this, businesses everywhere are looking for ways to offset cost increases by being creative and efficient.
One way a business can efficiently fund health benefits is by self-funding. By assuming part or all of the risk of employees’ health care costs, employers stand to achieve savings of 5-15% from self-insuring.
Our latest white paper “Self-Funding and the Management of Risk,” discusses the benefits, considerations and details of self-funding employee health insurance.
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