Harvard Pilgrim and its family of companies provide health benefit plans, programs and services to more than 3 million customers in New England and beyond. A leading not-for-profit health services company, we guide our members–and the communities we serve–to better health.
Founded by doctors nearly 50 years ago, we’re building on our legacy. In partnership with our expansive network of doctors and hospitals, we’re improving health outcomes and lowering costs through clinical quality and innovative care management.
As companies continue to grapple with the impact of the global pandemic, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care's Dr. Anthony Sossong and Beth Roberts discuss how it is changing the way employers view health care benefits, especially emotional well-being and mental health benefits.
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care's Director of Population Health Improvement, Tami Ireland, joins Beth Roberts, SVP, Commercial Business, to discuss how programs are adapting to help employees stay safe and supported emotionally.
Harvard Pilgrim and its family of companies provide health benefit plans, programs and services to more than 3 million customers in New England and beyond. A leading not-for-profit health services company, we guide our members–and the communities we serve–to better health. Founded by doctors nearly 50 years ago, we’re building on our legacy. In partnership with our expansive network of doctors and hospitals, we’re improving health outcomes and lowering costs through clinical quality and innovative care management.
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Employee benefits can be difficult to manage--it’s certainly hard to keep everyone happy with changes to the primary plans. So, how do you respond? Access this handy interactive problem-solution guide to find out!
This report’s key findings provide valuable insights for clients considering or implementing programs aimed at cost reduction, while also wanting to ensure that employees have access to high-quality care.
If your health & wellness plans aren’t cohesive, don’t include costly aspects of wellness like chronic conditions, or don’t feel tailored to the specific needs of your people, it’s time to consider another solution. Download this white paper to learn how to check all the right boxes and deliver value--for both your people and your bottom line.
This checklist will help you determine which of your clients will benefit most from a TPA and acts as a helpful resource for them to ensure a successful transition from a fully funded model to a self-funded plan.
Amidst the evolving HR landscape, benefits brokers face challenges that require creative solutions. Explore how one innovative health benefit can solve key business problems, strengthen client relationships and position you as a valued advisor.
Many of your clients are seeing significant jumps in the cost of healthcare, and are beginning to explore alternatives. Download this case study and use it as a client tool to demonstrate how they can take advantage of the cost savings from an RBP solution.
More and more employers are seeking to take advantage of the cost savings from a reference-based pricing (RBP) solution. This case study outlines how Huffines Auto Dealerships gained control over their healthcare spending -- reducing costs while offering even better benefits.
How is the current economic climate impacting mental health benefits? This report highlights how employers are maximizing their mental health benefits in the current economy, and shares a blueprint of how the most successful companies are supporting mental health in the workplace.
Mental health concerns have reached an all-time high and companies are struggling to balance their benefits offerings with current economic challenges. This report outlines findings from a recent survey of 411 benefits managers and leaders to uncover how the current economy is impacting mental health benefits, and best practices and programs being offered by leading organizations.
Employee wellness has never been more critical. But an increased focus and investment in this area can also raise new challenges you face for the first time. This white paper reveals how you can create a more seamless, affordable and personalized wellness experience for your employees, without adding more work to your team’s plate.
Download this whitepaper to show clients how adding a comprehensive digestive health solution to their benefits packages can help their employees manage their digestive diseases, improve their overall mental and physical health, and reduce employer costs related to low productivity, absenteeism, and healthcare expenses.
Download this whitepaper to learn how to help employees manage their digestive diseases, improve their overall mental and physical health, and reduce employer costs related to low productivity, absenteeism, and healthcare expenses.
With U.S. healthcare costs topping $4.3 trillion, employers are looking for brokers who can offer data-driven and cost-effective solutions to assist their employees. Download this white paper and learn how cost analysis and health plan data are identifying workforce health patterns, informing decision-making, and helping reduce healthcare spending.
Poorly managed gut health can affect employee productivity, happiness and, ultimately, company costs--especially when it comes to healthcare. Download this guide and learn how to avoid the costly consequences of ignoring employee gut health by understanding the full scope of how gut health and digestive diseases can impact many aspects of one’s health and, in turn, the workplace.
Poorly managed gut health can affect employee productivity, happiness and, ultimately, company costs--especially when it comes to healthcare. Download this guide and use it as a tool to share with your clients how they can avoid the costly consequences of ignoring employee gut health by understanding the full scope of how gut health and digestive diseases can impact many aspects of one’s health and, in turn, the workplace.
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Learn more about a type of Section-105 Medical Expense Reimbursement Plan (MERP) for organizations of 50 or more employees in this case study. As a broker, you can bring a solution to the table that’s unique, that creates financial stability for organizations, and contributes to substantial health care access for employees--a win for you, your clients, and their employees.
From Nonstop Administration & Insurance Services, Inc.
This guide provides conscious employers step-by-step strategies and timelines to systematically approach health benefits plan purchasing in order to decide upon a plan that can save money and improve health benefits for both your organization and employees.
In the pharmacy benefits industry, stakeholders are always playing catch up with new trends due to the lack of access to timely data. The New PBM Playbook offers strategies and actions that can be applied to your clients’ businesses to help them manage their pharmacy benefits.
Today, companies are stuck with too many one-off, single-point solutions that only focus on one aspect of wellness. It’s no surprise employers want to integrate these solutions and cut costs. But what if you could consolidate your benefits to one holistic employee wellbeing platform without sacrificing TIME or MONEY? This infographic explores how.
Curious what trends are impacting your clients so far in 2023? Check out this infographic with 7 major trends -- it’s also a great asset to share with clients and prospects as they think about renewals.
Self-funded healthcare is a health plan strategy that offers a number of advantages to employers over fully insured health plans, including new opportunities for cost containment, increased transparency, greater flexibility and more control over health plan design--all of which are reviewed in this guide.
Download this white paper to share with your clients and learn how HR leaders are reforming their health plans, pushing back against inflated pricing -- and increasing rewards, rather than costs, for their employees.
This checklist will help your clients protect their key leadership and meet their healthcare coverage needs with supplemental coverage including a strategic health and wellness program to keep top performers healthy, productive and focused on their work.
Virtual care’s rapid evolution has permanently transformed the healthcare landscape. Are your clients capitalizing on this cost-saving benefit? Download this white paper to help your employer clients realize the bottom-line benefits of telehealth including increased cost savings, greater ROI, improved productivity and easy administration.
While employers are in the driver’s seat when it comes to business operations, managing healthcare costs can be an elusive exception. Traditional health plan approaches present several challenges, but transformative cost-containment solutions are in reach. Download this white paper to help your employer clients manage their healthcare costs and transform their business.
The pandemic has fundamentally changed the way Americans access healthcare, and telehealth popularity has soared. Telehealth not only saves employers on benefits costs, but it also closes the gap in healthcare inequity. Download this white paper to help your clients offer competitive benefits in the digital age.
Carve-out coverage is a powerful way to help clients manage overall health plan costs. But to start, it is important to have an understanding of excepted benefits. This interactive infographic explores the four categories and how they can help.
This conversation starter guide for better benefits will walk you through six simple ways to start a productive conversation with your clients that will add value and position you as their broker of choice. Download now to stay ahead in 2023.
There are five different approaches and consulting types when it comes to working with employers on benefits. Identify which type you fall into and learn fresh ideas from the other approaches in this guide.