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As reports continue to rank Michigan as one of the least competitive markets in the nation, the statewide trade group representing HMOs wants to ensure that insurance carriers are able to pursue business when employers bid out employee health coverage.
Health Alliance Plan’s entry into the West Michigan market comes amid a broader strategic push to grow and become a larger statewide player for employee health benefits.
Even with the economic downturn, uncertainty and high unemployment resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, employers still need to look strategically at employee health care benefits to retain and attract talent.
Forming a Medicare Advantage plan with Mercy Health gives Health Alliance Plan of Michigan a position in West Michigan that will lead to the company offering commercial health coverage in the market, MiBiz has learned.
A few years back, employers seldom asked about what they could do to make their employees better shoppers for health care.
Two trade groups debuted a new association health plan for Michigan small businesses as employers prepare to enter the annual open enrollment period for 2019 health insurance policies.
Federal lawmakers need to focus on what’s driving health care costs in America that in turn contributes to the rising cost of health coverage.
The heightened use of cheaper generic drugs has not been enough to stem the rising costs of prescription medication for Americans.
Federal legislation enacted just before former President Barack Obama left office offers small employers a new option to consider for employee health benefits.
Small businesses across West Michigan can generally expect to pay moderately more for employee health coverage next year.