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Health Care Consumerism

DO YOU KNOW YOUR ORGANIZATION’S OVERALL HEALTH LITERACY?

Low health literacy often results in higher utilization of basic and expensive health services like emergency care and inpatient visits, which add up quickly. It is estimated that low health literacy costs the United States $106 billion to $238 billion annually. We have the tools and resources to assess a company’s health literacy, educate employers and employees, and keep track of health care expenses.

ARE YOUR EMPLOYEES WISE HEALTH CARE CONSUMERS?

Empower your employees to take charge of their health care. We have the resources to educate your employees on health care consumerism—and save you money.

DOES YOUR CURRENT BROKER PROVIDE YOU WITH EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND WELLNESS COMMUNICATIONS?

We offer monthly newsletters with timely wellness updates, tips and advice designed to keep your employees healthy and productive.

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EMPLOYER RESOURCES

Health care consumerism is an emerging benefits trend. Become educated with our easy-to-read suite of consumerism resources designed specifically for employers.

EMPLOYEE COMMUNICATIONS

Address your mounting employee benefits communication concerns with customizable benefits announcements, employee newsletters, and health and wellness resources.

WELLNESS RESOURCES

Investing in your employees’ wellness can help them become healthier, which, in turn, can help positively impact your bottom line, as healthier employees tend to use less health care services.

EMPLOYEE EDUCATION

Consumerism has the potential to benefit both the employer and the employee—as long as the employee is able to obtain, process and understand the basic health information and services needed to make appropriate decisions. We have the resources to properly educate your employees and empower them to become wiser health care consumers.

HSA, FSA & HRA RESOURCES

We can provide you with the tools to educate your workforce about federal rules and limits on health savings accounts (HSAs), flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs).