Congratulations, only a single digit increase in premiums this year.
What you need are higher deductibles and copays for your employees.
Is this what you’re hearing about your healthcare plan? Change the narrative and take control of your healthcare expenses with the Employee Health Ownership Plan.Learn More
Are your employees on the path to feeling their best? What if they could participate in an engaging population health program that combines a simple yet powerful educational curriculum with personalized screening and encouragement?
The Feel Your Best campaign helps your employees assess their health status and learn ways to start on the path to improved health. The goal? Healthier, happier employees with fewer healthcare needs.Learn More
For many people, individual coaching and engagement is the key to fostering positive lifestyle change. The Journey 2 Health program is a corporate coaching solution that combines individual attention and education with team-based engagement and accountability.
Journey 2 Health works alongside existing benefit plans and is available to all employers and individuals.Learn More
During World War II, wages were frozen in the US. In an effort to permit more money to stay in workers’ pockets without calling it a wage increase, the government permitted companies to provide health insurance benefits before taxes. Thus was born the employer provided health insurance that dominates today.
Fast forward to today and your company is faced with fast rising health insurance costs and you do not know what to do. You know it is not sustainable for the company as it is. You are going to have to either make the employee pay a higher and higher deductible and co-pay or eliminate something, perhaps even some employees.
Do you understand where your healthcare dollars are going and how they are being spent? If not, call us and learn about the EHOP.
If your employees' health costs are less than anticipated, who gets the savings? If you do not know the answer, call us.
Do you know what percentage of your employee population is at risk for diabetes, heart attacks, or strokes? Do you know how to reduce that risk? If not, we can offer help.
Even if you know the answers to all of these questions, call us. EHOP Health can save you money and improve your employees' lives.
You have a job because your company is in business to make money. The product you make or service you provide generates revenue for your company and pays for your salary and benefits. You need to stay healthy and productive so that your boss can pay the costs of giving you a job and maybe giving you a bonus or a raise.
Here's the rub: health care insurance premiums have risen so high that something has to change. The company may be considering making you pay higher premiums with higher deductibles and co-pays: all money straight out of your pocket. Your boss may decide to forego expansion and eliminate hiring new employees because health insurance costs make profit harder to come by. And with new government regulations and taxes, your company may decide to cut the number of current employees. That could be you.
So what can you do? So that you can be productive at work and happier at home, you need to take control of your health journey. Just because you are diabetic or pre-diabetic today does not mean you need to be diabetic tomorrow. That is the foundation of the Employee Health Ownership Plan -- helping you achieve your full potential both for your benefit, and the benefit of your company.
Tell your boss that you want to help by helping yourself. Have your boss call EHOP Health to find out how we can help your company save money while helping you Feel Your Best.
The Employee Health Ownership Plan and Feel Your Best program were just what we were looking for. The plan positions us to substantially save on our healthcare costs, and the Feel Your Best program was received with overwhelming enthusiasm by our employees. EHOP Health has helped us kick off a culture of health that has the potential to fundamentally change our company.
It's that time of year again – the annual KFF Employer Health Benefits Survey reports that average premiums for employer-sponsored health plans increased to $18,764 for families and $6,690 for individuals:
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