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How to Use Discount Drug Programs | Chicago Benefits Brokers

Being a savvy customer can save you money!

Notifying Participants of a Plan Change | Illinois Benefit Advisors

Curious about when you should notify a participant about a change to their health care plan?¬†The answer is that it depends!¬†Notification must happen within one of three time frames: 60 days prior to the change, no later than 60 days after the change, or within 210 days after the end of the plan year.For modifications … Continued

Prescription Drug Discount Programs | Chicago Employee Benefits

Did you know that you can save time and money on your prescription drugs by simply signing up for a discount card online? With savings as much as 80% off, these discount cards keep your health care costs down even when the prices of prescriptions are sharply rising.¬† At no cost to the patient, discount … Continued

Grandmothers Can Visit a Little Longer | Chicago Benefits Brokers

States that permit carriers to renew medical policies without adopting various Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirements may continue to do so through 2019, according to a bulletin released April 9, 2018, by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The bulletin extends transitional relief for non-ACA-compliant policies for another year. The affected category of … Continued

Higher Satisfaction Through Higher Education | Chicago Benefit Advisors

When evaluating employee benefits, essentials such as health and dental plans, vacation time and 401(k) contributions quickly come to mind. Another benefit employers should consider involves subsidizing learning as well as ambitions. Grants and reimbursements toward advanced degrees and continuing education can be a smart investment for both employers and employees.Educational benefits are strongly linked … Continued

Price Shopping Healthcare | Chicago Benefits Brokers

As the costs of health care soar, many consumers are looking for ways to control their medical spending. Also, with the rise of enrollment in high deductible health plans, consumers are paying for more health care out-of-pocket. From medical savings accounts to discount plans for prescriptions, patients are growing increasingly conscious of prices for their … Continued