In today’s complicated health care landscape, employers everywhere are seeking better ways to provide high-quality, affordable health care benefits.
Private health insurance exchanges afford employers an opportunity to expand benefit choices, reduce health care costs and relieve some administrative burden in a complex regulatory environment.
If you’re an employer considering a private exchange, Employers Health Solutions, LLC offers an expert, unbiased evaluation of the private exchange market and can help you identify and implement the private exchange that meets your goals and objectives.
Engaging with Employers Health Solutions also means you get a partner who is employer-owned, which means your best interest is always our focus.
The Private Exchange Evaluation Collaborative (PEEC) is an initiative launched in 2013 by four leading business groups – Employers Health,
Midwest Business Group on Health, Northeast Business Group on
Health and the Pacific Business Group on Health, and PwC US, to solicit
and provide unbiased, comparative information on private exchange
strategies and purchasing decisions.
The joint business relationship was launched to help employers better
understand what their peers are thinking about private health insurance
exchanges, timelines for consideration and critical features and challenges.
NEW YORK – December 15, 2014 – The second annual study by the Private Exchange Evaluation Collaborative (PEEC) affirms a continuing interest in private exchanges among employers. The national survey, based on the responses of 446 employers, reports heightened interest on the part of...
Canton, Ohio – July 25, 2014 – Employers Health Purchasing Corporation announces the formation of a new subsidiary known as Employers Health Solutions, LLC. Specializing in private health insurance exchange consulting, Employers Health Solutions provides independent, unbiased evaluations of the he...
Employers continue to struggle to control the cost of health care benefits, a struggle that has existed for at least the past 30 years, with a brief reprieve in the late 80s and again in the mid-90s due to someone named Hillary. Even with many efforts from managed care, wellness, HDHPs and ACA, employer...