To apply basic OD processes, such as diagnosis and change management, to issues related to employee and organizational work-life issues, benefits, and programs.
It was facing a double digit increase, and was evaluating the best practices in controlling costs. While cost control was important, the client wanted to also maintain its competitive benefits and high levels of service to its employees.
The employer was quite concerned, however, about the complexities of the design, especially as its employee population was spread across the country, and these employees had differing levels of education and comfort with the healthcare system.
The deductibles apply very broadly to services, employers and individuals often set up separate investment accounts to manage uninsured costs, and employees generally need to manage their healthcare plan in a much more involved way.
Our experience has shown that participant education is absolutely critical to the success of such a plan. In this case, we worked with the health plan carrier to develop Open Enrollment materials that were substantially more robust than traditional informational packets.
We scheduled and led open enrollment meetings at 9 locations across the country. We hosted ongoing conference calls with the employer, the insurance carrier, and the bank which managed the investment accountsto ensure that all was progressing according to plan.
When there were challenges, we were able to address those in a timely and efficient way. The end result was that the enrollment was a complete success. The Summary Our approach to implementing benefits changes is an involved and collaborative approach. We understand that implementing benefits changes does not end with choosing a carrier and plan design.
The education that follows is critical to the success of the program. Therefore we dedicate significant resources to providing group, one on one, online, and phone support to our clients and their employees.
Our success of Summit is always directly linked to the success our clients have in servicing their employees. The preceding are hypothetical case studies and are for illustrative purposes only. Actual performance and results will vary.
These studies do not represent actual clients but a hypothetical composite of various client experiences and issues. Any resemblance to actual people or situations is purely coincidental.
Fixed insurance products and services, as well as benefits consulting and plan administration, offered by Summit Financial Corporation are separate and unrelated to Commonwealth.
Fixed insurance products and services are separate and unrelated to Commonwealth. No offers may be made or accepted from any resident outside these states due to various state regulations and registration requirements regarding investment products and services.Case Study: Organization Diagnosis at HealthCo About nine months ago, the consulting group Biggs and Schott were hired by HealthCo to assist with diagnosing issues associated with employee benefits, but their efforts quickly failed.
HealthCo Case Analysis Three scenarios at HealthCo Organization's approach Diagnosis Recommendations Employee Benefits Interventions: Employee Stress & Wellness Copy of Health Co Case Study.
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The GGOL was implemented. Work Life Benefits: The Overview In the case of Employee Benefits at HealthCo, there are three situations that present an opportunity for improvement.
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