Learn how supplemental benefits are a win for plans -- reduced costs and increased value, employers -- cost savings and engaged employees, and consumers -- healthy choices made easier.
Each year, the U.S. spends $3.8 trillion on healthcare. Declining population health indicates this number will only continue to grow. In light of this rapidly climbing spend, plans and employers are looking for ways to reduce costs while improving consumer experiences and health.
Some benefits experts see supplemental benefits as the answer — a critical way for plans to empower consumers to take charge of their health and reduce the collective burden on the system. A look at these innovative benefits and the preventative care they deliver shows they represent an abundance of possibility. This white paper explores these possibilities and the ties they have to consumer satisfaction, reduced absenteeism and more.
Learn how supplemental benefits can help:
* Health plans reduce costs, incentivize preventative care, and drive higher consumer satisfaction.
* Employers save on healthcare costs, reduce employee absenteeism, and improve relationships and retention.
* Consumers save money, reduce stress and illness, and make more proactive decisions about their health.
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