Main Content

Posts

Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC) Benefit Plans for Small Business

Looking for cost-effective, ACA-compliant plans backed by dedicated customer support? Call on BMA to provide plans with: Premiums as low at $35/month per employee Co-pay plans ACA-compliance Wellness, drugs, and more No underwriting Reserved surplus funds can be used to …

read more

read more

Posted in Broker, Employer, Newsletter | Comments Off on Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC) Benefit Plans for Small Business

New Relief Package Grants. Free COBRA Coverage for Qualifying Employees…

(Yes, Free. That isn’t a misprint).   The Act applies to employees who were involuntarily terminated, within the last 18 months. Here at BMA, we are working diligently to get the information out to our groups and making sure they are …

read more

read more

Posted in Employer, Member, Newsletter | Comments Off on New Relief Package Grants. Free COBRA Coverage for Qualifying Employees…

5 Advantages of Self-Funded Dental

Dental care is underrated, and studies show that regular dental visits enable early detection of serious medical conditions. Employers can offer valuable dental benefits without large premium losses. By self-funding dental benefits, employers can achieve cost savings and other benefits …

read more

read more

Example of an Employer Switching to a HSA (Health Savings Account) Health Insurance Plan

The Problem Mary has single coverage through her employers benefit plan. Mary’s employer pays 75% of her health care premiums, while she picks up the remainder. Due to a significant increase in premiums the following year, Mary’s employer makes changes …

read more

read more

Posted in Hints & Tips | Comments Off on Example of an Employer Switching to a HSA (Health Savings Account) Health Insurance Plan

3 Ways to Manage Prescription Spending

According to a recent Kaiser Family Foundation poll, prescription spending accounts for 8 – 10% of overall healthcare spending. With the development of new name-brand drugs and specialty drugs, that trend will continue if it’s not dealt with. Controlling prescription spending …

read more

read more