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What to Do When Your Insurance Carrier Leaves the Market


Insurance is crucial to our lives, providing protection and peace of mind against unforeseen events. However, the insurance landscape is dynamic, and sometimes insurance carriers make the difficult decision to leave the market. Engage with an experienced insurance agent or broker during this transition period.

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Biden Admin to Require Insurance Carriers to Cover At-Home COVID Tests


Biden’s administration has officially announced that insurance carriers, beginning on Jan. 19, are required to provide reimbursement coverage for at-home COVID tests. All of these factors can affect your employees and the safety of your workplace.


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Covid-19 Insurance Carrier FAQ

Total Employee Benefits

The post Covid-19 Insurance Carrier FAQ appeared first on Total Employee Benefits. Aetna Large Group (100+) COVID-19 FAQ interim FINAL.pdf. Aetna Small Group COVID-19 FAQ interim FINAL.pdf. CIGNA FAQ 1.pdf. CIGNA FAQ 2[2].pdf. UHC faqs-member_support_3-30_v2.

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Health Insurance Carriers to Begin Mailing Out Rebate Checks


In 2021, many health insurance plans may be eligible for a rebate. Your organization may qualify if you've sponsored a fully-insured health plan in the past three years. What other factors are impacting your chances of receiving a rebate in 2021? Find out more.

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At E Powered Benefits, Emma Fox is creating a new kind of healthcare plan

Employee Benefit News

Emma Fox, managing partner at E Powered Benefits, is creating a healthcare plan that doesn't depend on insurance carriers.

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Are Level Funded Health Plans Your New Benefits Alternative?


They are a hybrid approach to providing healthcare coverage that combines elements of traditional fully-insured plans with those of self-funded plans. With a level funded plan, your business pays a fixed monthly amount (a level fee, similar to a premium) to an insurance carrier or third-party administrator.

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Transparency Rules Deadline Approaching for Employers to Conform by July 1

Griffin Benefits

Other employers, especially those who are self-funded, are conforming to this rule by accessing and posting links on their websites, which are being provided by insurance carriers or third-party administrators (TPAs) who are hosting these rates and historical payments on their own websites.