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Why Self-Funded Healthcare is a Great Option for 2017 - Employee Benefit News

This article by Paul Johnson for Benefit News takes a basic look at why self-funding is a good option for small- to mid-sized businesses, and can help them stay competitive against larger organizations.

Read the full original article from Employee Benefit News.

"Small- and mid-sized companies using traditional major medical plans are at a competitive disadvantage: either they are paying more in loaded costs than competitors that use smarter healthcare options, or they are finding it more difficult to hire employees because their competitors offer better plans."

Self-funded and partially self-funded plans offer more customization, flexibility, and cost-savings while still improving the quality of benefits offered. Since high quality benefits packages are a major factor in employees' decisions to work for or stay with an organization, especially with nonprofits who can't offer a competitive salary alone, it is essential that smaller organizations explore better options for delivering healthcare benefits.

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