employer group

employer group

Association of employers Managed care An entity with a current group benefits agreement in effect with a health plan to provide covered health care services to its employee-subscribers and eligible dependents. See Covered health service, Dependent, Group benefits agreement, Subscriber.
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25 court injunction against the NCUA's employer group policy.
If I don't do a CT scan, I save $1,000, but I don't see any money, nor does the employer group.
Depending on the size of the employer group, the billing cycle ranges from monthly to yearly.
DETROIT, June 4, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Teamsters National Automobile Transporters Industry Negotiating Committee (TNATINC) exchanged contract proposals today in Detroit with the employer group, kicking off negotiations for a new national carhaul contract that covers almost 6,000 employees.
Particularly in the area of Specialty Drugs, a growing concern for employer group and health plans nationwide.
The other issues are rate guarantees, premium adequacy, employer group long-term-care insurance and nontax-qualified policies.
The program will be available to those members whose employer group has elected to participate in the myhealthIQ program.
June 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today MedeAnalytics, a leading provider of healthcare performance management solutions, introduced the next-generation of its Employer Group and Individual Business Analytics solution, which allows health plans to provide their employer groups an intuitive and insightful view of their populations, health factors, medical and prescription drug claims, network utilization, and overall financial impact.
Having this capability allows BCBSNC and the employer to tailor insurance plans to meet the specific health needs of each employer group.
Activa Benefit Services, a leading provider of benefit administration services for employer group customers throughout the Great Lakes region, has proven experience in assisting employers in controlling the rising costs of group medical, dental, prescription drug, vision care and short-term disability income coverage.
This does not mean a 0% increase for every employer group.

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