Best Practices in Designing Your Benefits Portfolio
As the architect of your client’s healthcare benefits portfolio, how are you getting the most for their healthcare dollars? All businesses should be operating from a Benefits Business Plan. Employers should create a Benefits Business Plan, creating a long term strategy. Without a Benefits Business Plan, employers do not have a plan to follow to achieve benefit goals. Strategies for implementing an advanced cost containment incentivized system with a wellness initiative are mandatory for reducing healthcare cost. The need to offer competitive benefits to retain and attract talent is increasing and affordability ensues if you plan for it.
Offering the Benefits Business Plan is a great door opener!
Table of Contents:
- Benefits Business Plan Training Manual
- Information Requests & Surveys
- Cost Containment Product Descriptions
- Self-Insured Products
- Letters, Presentations & Compliance
- Pricing & Client Revenue Agreements
- Misc. Resources, Links and Contact Information
- Outsourcing Benefit Administration
- Employer Premium Contribution Management
The Benefits Business Plan is a strategic framework helping benefits leaders like you design how you can best achieve competitive and affordable healthcare benefits. The Benefits Business Plan is comprised of comprehensive actionable tasks, supported with third party resources, questionnaires and presentations. Each task is part of a series of benefits programs that employers implement where and how they like, so they can offer competitive, affordable benefits.