Archives: Health Insurance

How to Make the Most Out of Open Enrollment

October 11, 2022 | By Cleveland Benefits Partners | No Comments | Filed in: Custom Content, Employee Benefits, Health Insurance.

Choosing the right benefits during open-enrollment season is so important and can help save money. It can also give individuals and families broader support with their health. Benefits like medical coverage are particularly important with high inflation having such a big impact on people’s budgets. A survey by UnitedHealthcare found that nearly 40% of employees • Read More »

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Leveling Up Your Open Enrollment Game: Tips for Success

October 4, 2022 | By Cleveland Benefits Partners | No Comments | Filed in: Health Insurance, Open Enrollment.

For most employers, employee benefits represent a significant portion of their overall budget and a critical part of their employee recruitment and retention strategy. Benefits vary from employer to employer but can range from medical or dental insurance to flexible spending accounts, life and disability insurance, and more. The annual process of renewing those benefits • Read More »

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5 Tips to Save Money on Health Care: Part 2

June 13, 2022 | By Cleveland Benefits Partners | No Comments | Filed in: Custom Content, Health Insurance.

Smart spending can keep your health care from costing an arm and a leg.  With costs rising on everything from gas to food, every penny counts. It pays to shop smart – that is why it helps to learn how to take steps to limit your out-of-pocket health care costs. Save Money on Prescriptions Go • Read More »

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Transparency Rules Require Plan Sponsors to Act Now Before July 1 Deadline

May 4, 2022 | By Cleveland Benefits Partners | Comments Off on Transparency Rules Require Plan Sponsors to Act Now Before July 1 Deadline | Filed in: Compliance, Health Care Cost, Health Insurance, Price Transparency.

The Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Treasury (the Departments) released Transparency in Coverage (TiC) rules in late 2020 that will require fully insured and self-funded plan sponsors of non-grandfathered group health plans to make important disclosures about in-network and out-of-network rates beginning July 1, 2022. To be ready to meet that deadline, • Read More »

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