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Are Your Plan Members Sharing in Your Plan Savings?

A little skin in the game can make a big difference.

At our recent “Let’s Take Control” themed Solutions Day, Adam Russo of the Phia Group shared his story that earned front page coverage in the Boston Globe. He told the audience about a tactic Diversified Group has helped many employer groups implement over the years – sharing plan savings with employees who are willing to shop for high quality, lower cost providers.

As Adam illustrated, employees of Phia Group who do their part to lower costs receive 20% of the plan savings. A member who saves the plan $5,000 on the cost of an MRI receives $1,000. And that’s just one example – their plan places no limit on the amount of savings it will give back to a covered member.

Diversified helps many self-funded employer groups craft their plan document to include member incentives. Waiving copays on generic drugs and urgent care visits is an easy option to implement. Another powerful step is to reward plan members who speak with HR before arranging for a costly healthcare procedure such as surgery. Not only will this engage members and open their eyes to available savings, but it can often create an opportunity to better manage or perhaps even avoid a large claim in the future.

Incentivizing members is just one of the ways we’re helping employers “take control” of rising healthcare costs. To learn more about this and other solutions made possible by self-funding, give us a call at your convenience.

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What Have Others Been Saying?

> Are incentives the key to reducing healthcare costs?- from Benefit News

> Don't Be Fooled: Patients Can Shop For Healthcare - from Forbes

> How to Shop Around and Save on Health Care- from The Wall Street Journal

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