Erica's employer used Benefitter to explain how Obamacare works, and helped her buy health coverage on the new state insurance marketplace. Erica received an email that explained her basic options under the Affordable Care Act and invited her to use Benefitter to learn about health insurance coverage. Using her mobile phone, Erica got up to speed on her options and made a purchase.
The great news for Erica is that she gets generous financial support from the federal government to buy a plan. What's more, she finally is able to get consistent medical attention for her health problems. With an income of $22,000, Erica receives significant federal assistance for health insurance.
The great news for her employer is that Erica's health condition is addressed and she is therefore a better employee. In addition, Erica values the assistance from her employer and encourages her friends to work with her.
In the end, Both Erica and her employer are better off because of Benefitter.
Is Your Company Ready for 2014’s Healthcare Reform?
American employers are scrambling to understand all the requirements of the Affordable Care Act. At first glance, this reform might look to you like more expenses, more taxes, and more bureaucracy. But Benefitter can help you identify your full range of options and make a smart plan that saves you money while improving employee benefits.
The question of the hour is this: Are you and your employees better off with employer-sponsored health coverage, or could it make sense for some or all employees to buy their insurance on the consumer health insurance market with federal support?
Benefitter ReformAdvisor can give you an answer to this crucial question and ensure that you and your employees have the most affordable coverage possible.
Launch your new healthcare strategy with confidence. Once Benefitter helps you communicate your win/win approach to employees, we’ll guide them in selecting their benefits. Now you can leave the Healthcare Reform bureaucracy to us, so you can focus on running your business.
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