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n a general term referring to that category of coverage that provides insurance protection (reinsurance) to an employer for a self-funded plan.
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As the number one independent stop-loss carrier, we have accumulated a vast amount of data that we can tap into to fill that void.
Medical stop-loss provides catastrophic coverage for employers that self-insure their employees' health benefits.
Some ASO carriers will allow the broker to place the stop-loss with another commercial stop-loss carrier.
In this study, we describe how we have modeled the firm decision to self-insure in the face of different stop-loss options after implementation of the ACA.
Stop-loss coverage is more important for smaller companies, Kaplan says, since the claims of a health plan that covers just 200 or 300 people tend to be more volatile than one that covers 4,000 people.
G-1 worked to establish a list of "known" stop-loss Soldiers from the prescribed period to provide an estimate for Congress and a starting point for the Army's RSLSP program.
Eligible members will receive $500 per month for each month or portion of a month they were retained past an established separation or retirement date and served on active duty as a result of stop-loss.
Under normal circumstances, the share under stop-loss in Oregon is comparable to the 7 percent or 8 percent average across the country.
Symetra entered the medical stop-loss market in 1976 determined to bring creative, cost-effective health insurance solutions to employers," said Michael Fry, executive vice president of Symetra's Group Division.
As a leading stop loss underwriter, we provide brokers, consultants, carriers and third-party administrators with a wide array of Stop-loss options and product flexibility necessary to meet the needs and expectations in today's marketplace, writing business in all 50 states.
Whole-account stop-loss reinsurance is providing an opportunity for those buyers of reinsurance who desire significant underwriting protection without overly restrictive terms and conditions.
As each institution reached its own stop-loss point, its selling activity would push the price down past another institution's marginally lower level.