As an employer, broker, health plan administrator or carrier, you probably understand that the majority of tax advantage accounts (i.e. HSA, Flex etc.) don't receive nearly the attention they deserve. Employees neither understand nor appreciate them, meaning they...
MEDSURETY is pleased to announce the availability of Health Shopper, an e-commerce website designed around shopping for HSA/FSA eligible items and purchasing via the Amazon.com shopping experience.
The MEDSURETY Mobile App is an example of how key features can be delivered that help consumers use their consumer-driven health account to spend, save, borrow and plan.
Personalization leads to better consumer engagement and efficiency, which leads to helping consumers maximize their health benefit accounts, and ultimately, that’s what it’s all about: simplifying the business of healthcare.
To enhance your approach with trusted clients and forge relationships with new employer groups, it’s helpful to begin with an understanding of what their employees value most and are most concerned with today. Here are four insights to guide you as we move into open enrollment season:
When securing new employer group clients, a strong HSA vendor can be one of a broker’s greatest allies. Not only can the right vendor make the job easier for both you and the employer, but it can further your reputation, leading to retention and more revenue. The ideal HSA vendor should provide expertise that complements your own in the following ways:
Taking a strategic approach to designing your benefits packages can make it easier to recruit and retain talent in a candidate-driven market. Check out this article to learn more about how organizations are using benefits packages to retain and recruit talent.
Last week the House Ways and Means Committee passed eleven health care bills that, if signed into law, will have some major effects for people with Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs), and some tweaks to the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
It was recently found that lack of education and understanding is still a major problem for employees when it comes to making a decision regarding their different healthcare options. This article will help you to engage your employees better and help them make the best healthcare decision they can.
There is a major lack of education regarding HSAs and many people are unaware of the great opportunities that HSAs offer.
My employer provides my HSA, FSA, HRA, Dependent Care, Commuter or VEBA Account.
HSA, FSA, HRA, DCAP, and VEBA
Cobra, State Continuation, and Retiree
Personal HSA (not provided by Employer)
Medica Individual and Family Health Plan Member