Many benefits come with choosing to pay health care claims yourself rather than opting for a fully-insured health plan. However, when deciding what type of self-insurance is right for your
HPS is proud to offer our members a broad, independent provider network. We are always looking to add new providers to grow our network to maximize benefits for our members.
For more than 80% of families, today’s medical billing practices are confusing. They get so many statements that they don’t know who to pay or how much they owe, and often take longer to pay their
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
You may be curious about self- or level-funding, but concerned about the increased risk. Stop-loss insurance exists to reduce this risk and protect you from catastrophic claims. This blog will
If you choose to self-fund your insurance plan, that means that you will be paying for the plan yourself, rather than purchasing it from an insurance carrier. With this plan type, you, as the
If you’re trying to save on costs, you may be looking into self-funded insurance plans. While self-funded plans carry greater risk, they allow you to have greater control over plan design and cost,
With employers constantly searching for ways to cut costs within their organizations, benefits such as medical, dental and vision are often the first place they turn—particularly as healthcare