Give employees the freedom to select the right coverage from all available plans, and stop choosing group plans tailored to the staff average
Reduce your benefits administration burden, and spend more time engaging employees
Cut cost for everyone, and still provide amazing health insurance coverage
I wish the annual open enrollment process was easier. It's so frustrating! 😫
Why do I only have two health plan choices? 😡
Benefit costs are increasing at least +6% a year. This can’t go on forever...can it? 😕
These rising costs are forcing us to decrease benefits, which is killing our ability to recruit and retain top talent.
I can't believe it costs $1,800 a month to ensure my family. Something is broken! 😔
Rising costs are forcing us to decrease benefits, which is killing our ability to recruit and retain top talent.
The Enrollme approach
Employees find and purchase their own health plans, and make monthly contributions, using EnrollMe’s intuitive digital marketplace
You decide how much to reimburse your employees each month, opening opportunities for more cost savings
Employees see what their plans cover, billings and costs, and all their healthcare information — in one place
As a result
Employees get more control, more visibility, and more money in their pockets
HR spends less time building benefits packages and managing open enrollment
You focus more on attracting, retaining, and engaging top-tier talent
Employee Plan Ownership
Reimbursement of Healthcare Expenses
Coverage of pre-existing Conditions
Coverage continuation after a job loss or change
Simplified ACA and COBRA Compliance
Let your employees buy their health insurance with pre-tax dollars using our Broker-friendly online platform
Give your employees the online shopping experience they’re used to, for their health insurance too
Keep using the HRIS, HR systems, and reporting processes you’re already familiar with
Equip your HR staff with convenient, intuitive dashboards and reporting features
Ease the transition to ICHRA and simplify the reimbursement process
Virtually eliminate COBRA and simplify ACA reporting, reducing compliance-related risks
"I was able to drop our out-of-pocket on pregnancy from $3,500 to $400, keep my doctor, and lower our monthly rate by $300! Thanks Enrollme!"
"EnrollMe really helped us provide better total rewards, and that helped us in a big way with recruiting."
"It's so nice to not see double-digit percentage increases to our benefits cost every year. Never going back to traditional group."
Enrollme is your simple answer to complicated corporate health insurance. Enrollme delivers the advantages of an ICHRA with a flexible, low-cost solution that gives employees more choice and control while reducing a company's administrative burden, risk, and costs.
Enrollme provides a digital marketplace that makes it easy for employees to explore healthcare plans, choose the one that best fits their needs, and drive employee contributions to that plan. No packages to put together. No open enrollment to manage. No benefits to administer.
With Enrollme, your employees own their health plans. This means they can also take those plans with them should they leave or switch jobs.
This flexibility means you'll be able to virtually eliminate COBRA while drastically simplifying ACA reporting. Fewer compliance requirements also mean lower risk — and associated costs.
Now instead of filling out paperwork, you can focus on engaging employees in reaching your goals.
With Enrollme, employees have a wide selection of competitively priced health care plans to choose from. Using an intuitive digital marketplace, they also have the freedom to choose the right plan for their needs and budget.
Meanwhile, businesses can free up more resources to focus on other business-critical activities. With Enrollme, a company will:
Enrollme is a simple, easy-to-adopt hybrid model for employee health coverage that helps keep more money in your employees' pockets
A company will see lower costs, too, with the freedom and flexibility to:
Yes. Enrollme is an employee-centric, broker-friendly hybrid approach to employee coverage. Using an intuitive digital marketplace, give your employees easy access to a wide selection of competitively priced health plans from major carriers. Employees select and purchase the right plan for themselves. And you determine your reimbursement amounts.
Enrollme saves even more time with:
COBRA is the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act. It applies to any group health plan maintained by the state or local government or a private company with 20+ employees.
If employer-based health benefits are lost, COBRA coverage allows you to continue being on your employer's group health plan at your own expense. It also covers your spouse and any dependent children on your health plan.
Yes. Enrollme. With Enrollme, your employees own their health plans. This means they can also take those plans with them should they leave or switch jobs.
This flexibility means you'll be able to virtually eliminate COBRA while drastically simplifying ACA reporting.
You can switch to private insurance only during an open enrollment period. However, you could also change from COBRA coverage if you have another qualifying event, such as marriage or birth of a child.
If you terminate COBRA coverage early without another qualifying event, you must wait to enroll in other coverage until the next open enrollment period.
For those looking for COBRA alternatives, considerations include Obamacare, short-term health insurance, health care sharing ministries, and health benefit insurance.
The success of your organization relies on the talent of your people. To attract the right employees, you need high-quality coverage without the high complexity and costs.
With Enrollme, employees have the freedom and flexibility to choose from a wide range of competitively priced health plans offered by major carriers. Using an intuitive digital marketplace, employees quickly select and purchase the right health plan for their needs and budget. And access all their benefits, billing, and medical information from a central location.
So when candidates ask you about your health insurance, tell them that with EnrollMe, they'll have:
Enrollme lowers the cost of coverage for everyone — employer and employee alike — with an innovative hybrid model.
Using an intuitive digital marketplace, your employees choose and purchase the right health plan for their needs and budget. They become active participants in lowering the cost of healthcare.
In addition, you determine how much to reimburse your employees every month for their coverage. Leaving you in complete control over how much you spend.
With Enrollme, the company determines how much to reimburse employees for their coverage.
Your employees choose and purchase the right health plan for their needs and budget using the EnrollMe intuitive digital marketplace.
Your company determines how much to reimburse employees every month for their coverage. Leaving you in complete control over how much you spend.
HRIS stands for "Human Resources Information System." It's software that enables businesses to meet their HR needs and boost manager and employee productivity.
An HRMS stands for "human resources management system." There's a bit of confusion around the term HRMS; some people use it interchangeably with HRIS, while others say it's an expanded version of the HRIS.
An HCM refers to human capital management software. What's the difference between an HRIS, HRMS, and HCM? Technology experts use the term "HCM" to refer to a complete suite of HR applications that runs in the cloud.
With group insurance, an employer typically offers one or more insurance plans from which employees can choose for themselves and, potentially, their dependents. The main advantage of group insurance for employees is that the employer pays a part of the premium on behalf of employees.
Individual health insurance is insurance that people select and purchase on their own.
Individuals generally use insurance agents or brokers to help them navigate the complex world of plan choices and premium costs.
One of the benefits of individual health insurance is that insurers can't deny coverage based on pre-existing conditions. Moreover, tax credits based on income are available to those who qualify.
PEO stands for "professional employer organization." A PEO outsources, among other things, payroll, human resources, worker's compensation, and employee benefits. According to SHRM, PEOs typically serve as professional employers of their clients' employees, allowing them to share and manage many employee-related responsibilities and liabilities.
Yes, there are PEO alternatives. Some PEO alternatives to consider include:
You can turn to HROs for specific HR needs. An HRO offers a more affordable, less restrictive option than a PEO.
There are also administrative service offerings (ASOs), which manage third-party providers such as health insurers. You choose your third-party provider, and the ASO handles the relationship. The drawback to this arrangement is that the ASO can't guarantee compliance.
ICHRAs or self-directed insurance
As of January 2020, a new type of PEO alternative became available in the form of ICHRAs. WIth an ICHRA, employers provide reimbursement funds to help cover the cost of employee individual health insurance. Employees pick their individual insurance plans, and employers determine the reimbursement amount paid to the employees. EnrollMe is an excellent example of this type of PEO alternative.
ICHRA allows employers to offer tax-free reimbursement for individual
health insurance. Similar to QSEHRA, ICHRA differs because it gives
employers higher limits and greater healthcare plan design flexibility.
Here's a high-level overview of how ICHRA works:
Enrollme eases the transition and delivers on the promise of ICHRA with a simple solution. Using a digital marketplace, Enrollme makes it easy for employees to explore and compare healthcare plans that fit a wide range of budgets and needs and contribute to those plans.
Any business, nonprofit, government entity, or religious organization with at least one W-2 employee can offer an ICHRA.
The ICHRA can be offered as a stand-alone benefit or with a group health insurance policy. However, a company cannot provide a choice between group health insurance and an ICHRA to the same group of employees.
ACA health insurance is an individual health insurance plan that meets the "minimum essential coverage" and other requirements of the Affordable Care Act enacted in 2010. Also known as Obamacare, the program's goal was to make affordable health insurance available to a more significant number of people.