Redesigning your healthcare plan during coronavirus

May 7  

Via Employee Benefit News

“Providing effective and affordable health and wellness benefits have been top of mind for many HR managers during the coronavirus pandemic, but ineffective plan designs may be making access more difficult for employees, says Jodi Hubler, president of Bind, a health insurance company. COVID-19 can be the catalyst to address common issues with healthcare plans, she says.”

“’We have an opportunity to stop and really challenge areas where the plan design is not okay, like ineffective deductibles, a lack of choice, or a lack of transparency that leads to waste,’ Hubler says.”

Read EBN’s whole interview with the new President of Bind, Jodi Hubler


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