Innovative group health insurance technology saves employers up to 40% and turns the industry upside-down by exposing lack of comparative pricing that has led to higher group rates
SANTA ANA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SureCo, a pioneer of programs and solutions that promote great health while lowering health care costs and improving the quality of care, today announced Enrollme by SureCo is now available for large group employers. By providing a digital marketplace that makes it easy for employees to explore healthcare plans, Enrollme enables individuals to choose the one that best fits their needs and drive contributions to that plan with no packages to build and no open enrollment to manage.
“For years, large group employers have been hamstrung by restrictive health care laws, but thanks to legislation, that’s changing,” said Matthew Kim, CEO of SureCo. “There’s no better time than now to give these businesses and their employees a break. The world is going through significant challenges affecting everyone financially. Enrollme is determined to stay ahead of the curve to give businesses and individuals relief not only in the present but well into the future.”
EnrollMe is an innovative group health insurance platform that goes direct-to-carrier saving employers up to 40% while turning the industry upside-down by exposing the inefficiencies in group insurance pricing while providing transparency in the decades-long health coverage struggle.
“Changes in legislation have opened the door for competition in group health insurance to enable significantly lower premiums from the individual market pricing,” Erik Wissig, COO of SureCo. “While this legislation both allows employees to save on premiums and gives companies more flexibility, no other software easily compares rates and simplifies sign-up while integrating seamlessly into payroll systems for reimbursement by the employer. Early adopters of Enrollme are realizing savings unheard of in group health insurance and passing them on to employees during their 2022 enrollment. It’s the first big win in group insurance in 70 years.”
Enrollme delivers the advantages of a direct-to-carrier marketplace with a flexible, low-cost solution that gives employees more choice and control while reducing a company’s administrative burden, risk and costs. For the first time, using Enrollme software, employers in the large group category can compare unpublished group rates to individual rates for every health plan in the US. This allows for organizations with employees across the nation to select a plan that is available in their respective state or region. Along with the increase in offerings, companies could see substantial savings. A company leveraging the Enrollme platform could go from paying $700 per employee to $500 for the same plan in the direct-to-carrier marketplace.
Enrollme is just one product in SureCo’s arsenal of health coverage tools. The company develops programs and solutions that encourage the proactive pursuit of excellent health to drive down healthcare costs while improving the quality of care. SureCo is connecting the health care ecosystem for patients in the large group health market and B2B-focused health and wellness solutions, including health insurance, group health, critical illness, dental, and vision. With a track record of success, SureCo’s customer-centric approach and price-conscious products support our mission to promote engaged healthcare.
For more information on Enrollme by SureCo, visit https://enrollme.health/
SureCo, its subsidiaries, and its partners are at the forefront of health care change in the U.S., serving both consumers and businesses. Established in 2015, we develop pioneering programs and solutions that promote great health while lowering health care costs and improving the quality of care. We lead the industry in new care options, technology, and administration opportunities. We’ve only just begun to fulfill our mission to create a better healthcare system for all. For more information, visit www.sureco.com
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