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Today’s competitive job market makes recruitment and retention tricky for many organizations, but even more so for community health centers (CHCs) as they battle against physician shortages, high turnover, and an inability to compete with compensation. And while employee healthcare is a highly-valued benefit, many CHCs struggle to find the budget to accommodate a high-quality, affordable plan that appeals to the staff most needed at these organizations.
Luckily, things just got easier for CHCs with the launch of the Value in Benefits (ViB) pilot program from Community Health Ventures (CHV), business affiliate of the National Association of Community Health Centers. As part of the ViB program, social mission-based healthcare broker Nonstop will offer its risk-free partially self—insured program Nonstop Wellness to community health centers (CHCs) around the US.
The Nonstop Wellness program combines an ACA-compliant high deductible health plan (HDHP) with a reserve pool to cover the costs for routine health maintenance, with all risk mitigated and administration managed by Nonstop. As a result, CHCs with 50+ members on healthcare save a baseline of 12.5 percent annually, and are able to provide platinum-level benefits and significantly reduced out-of-pocket costs to employees with no carrier changes.
Nonstop Wellness is a win-win for any health center looking to boost its recruitment and retention efforts, and align its mission of affordable, quality care for everyone with internal employment practices. For more information about Nonstop Wellness, visit https://www.nonstopwellness.com/nachc/ or contact us at 877-626-6057.
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