In considering a move to self-funding, what are some strengths and areas of expertise a TPA should have?
Moving from a fully insured to self-funded plan is enough of an adjustment itself, so making sure you’re aligned with a […]
There are many distinct differences between fully insured and self-funded plans, and one of the biggest is access to data. In […]
The word “fiduciary” doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, and its meaning can be a bit on the complicated side, too. […]
How do self-funded health plans help simplify benefits administration for companies with multi-state operations?
There are so many companies out there (Cypress included!) that have headquarters in one state and additional offices spread across the […]
This question comes up a lot as more and more employers explore the self-funding structure for their company-sponsored health benefits. The […]
While the switch to self-funding has increased for both public and private sector employers, state governments are one group that has […]
How does today’s multi-generational workforce factor in to the employee health benefits that companies offer?
With a workforce that represents everyone from Baby Boomers to Post-Millennials, employers are tasked with offering employee benefits that fit the […]
Stop loss coverage serves as a fundamental layer of risk protection in self-funded plans, so I can’t stress enough how important […]
The timing of this question is near impeccable as we recently had a similar situation come up with a former (now […]
When companies move to self-funding, do they take on a lot of extra work in the day-to-day plan administration?
This is another great question that comes up often! When moving to self-funding, the responsibility for plan administration does shift from […]