At Health Payment Systems (HPS), we are always looking for opportunities to improve the network of providers our clients and members have access to. We have been expanding continuously in 2019, and
New Providers to the HPS Network in 2019
“Use It or Lose It” Tax-Advantaged Accounts
With renewal season approaching, talk to employers about tax-advantaged accounts. Educating them on what they are, the benefits of them and the benefits of encouraging employees to make use of
HPS Members Share Their Feedback
Hundreds of HPS members were surveyed in 2019 about their satisfaction with HPS and the SuperEOB®. This blog summarizes the results of that survey—read on to learn how over 700 Wisconsin families
What Makes HPS Different from Other Networks in Wisconsin?
HPS isn’t just another provider network. We do more than negotiate discounts and rates—we simplify the experience for all involved. For employers and employees, network cost savings, the SuperEOB
FAQs About Working with HPS During Renewal Season
How HPS Can Save Your Clients Money & Enhance Your Client Relationships
With the cost of healthcare continually rising, employers are seeking ways to cut the cost of employee benefits. As a result, many employers are considering self-funding for the first time.
The Basics of Stop-Loss Insurance
Many employers are curious about self- or level-funding, but concerned about the increased risk. Stop-loss insurance exists to reduce this risk and protect the employer from catastrophic claims.
When to Encourage Clients to Choose Level-Funding
There are many benefits for employers choosing to pay health care claims themselves, rather than opting for fully-insured health plans. When helping employers decide what type of self-insurance is
Reducing Costs with Self-Funded Plans
Self-funded insurance plans are paid for by employers themselves, rather than purchased by the employer from an insurance carrier. With this plan type, employers are responsible for paying
The Benefits of Self-Funding
Many employers are looking to save on costs and, as a result, looking into self-funded insurance plans. While self-funded plans carry greater risk for the employer, they allow the employer to