- FULLY INSURED HEALTH PLAN
- LEVEL FUNDED HEALTH PLAN
- SELF INSURED HEALTH PLAN
- DENTAL / VISION
- GROUP LIFE
- ST & LT DISABILITY
A fully insured health plan is a traditional way to structure an employer sponsored health plan. Features of a fully insured health plan include:
- Annual fixed premium rates paid monthly by the employer
- The covered persons (employees and dependents) are responsible to pay any deductible amounts or co-payments required for covered services under the policy.
Insurance carriers that offer fully insured health plans are some of the largest insurance companies in the country, including UnitedHealthcare, Humana, Aetna, Cigna, and Anthem/Blue Cross.
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