Alternative Benefit Funding

A New Self-Funded Approach to Group Health Insurance

  • Allows mid-sized employers to take advantage of the same economic benefits that large, self-funded employers have utilized for years.
  • Shows promise to actually begin to reform health benefits costs.
  • Allows employers to utilize market forces to reduce medical fees.
  • Uses risk management techniques such as wellness programs that are often only used by large corporations.

Providers and health plan participants please use our Mediportal website to check eligibility and status a claim, deductible or coinsurance.

PCORI Fees Due 7/31
The due date for the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute Fees (PCORI fees) is due by July 31, 2018.  Issuers and plan sponsors will be required to pay PCORI fees for plan years ending in 2017.

OSHA Electronic Reporting – Due July 1, 2018
All establishments affected by the electronic reporting rule must submit their 2017 data to OSHA by July 1, 2018, regardless of whether the state has ratified or incorporated the electronic reporting rule into its OSHA state plan.  Check out this FAQ for more details.

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