BMA’s self-funded plan options put the control of Employee Benefits back in the hands of the employer. Clients pay only for what they use and they have access to utilization reports, at no risk.
Our services include: Specific, Aggregate & Integrated Stop Loss, Dedicated Account Manager, 24/7 Online Report Access, Online Enrollment Services and Eligibility Management, and Disease Management Interface.
BMA dental plans give employers more control over plan design. With several customizable options, employers can create an in-network program with an open access feel.
The benefits include: Lower premiums, ability to set co-pay plan options, freedom of dentist choice, multiple available networks, reduced overhead, cost savings visible in first year, and compatibility with Section 125 plans.
An FSA is a tax-advanced financial account, set up through a cafeteria plan. This allows employees to contribute a certain amount of pre-taxed earnings to the account and apply it to certain expenses.
BMA’s FSA Store website provides a full range of FSA-eligible items at affordable prices. Access the FSA Store here.
Learn more about FSA plans in our video below.
BMA provides full Cafeteria Plan Section 125 Administration utilizing a Debit Card. Employees can pay eligible medical, dental, transit, and dependent care expenses with this debit card, which is tied to their Health Savings Account (HSA).
HSAs offer several tax advantages and provide a means for members to pay for out of pocket healthcare costs. Learn more in our HSA video.
BMA’s self-funded short-term disability plan includes income protection for employees who can’t work, incentives for employees to return to work, and a smooth transition to long-term disability.
By self-funding a short-term disability plan with BMA, members will benefit from fast and hassle-free claim service.