Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, traditional insurance carriers are issuing renewals that are higher than normal. The average 10-20% is quickly becoming 30-40%. This makes sense, considering many of these insurance carriers are publicly traded companies that exist to drive revenue for their shareholders. However, you can save significantly by participating in the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities’ health benefits plan

In partnership with C&A Benefits Group, the Alliance helps organizations save hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. Currently working with 45 nonprofits around the country, C&A has helped organizations save an average of $5,000 per covered employee through telemedicine; advocacy programs for high-cost specialty medications; and increased visibility to better manage the healthcare spend to eliminate fraud, waste, and abuse. 

C&A negotiates competitive rates by working with many privately-owned third-party administrators—independent from insurers—and these relationships allow them to better manage the amount of money employers spend annually on employee benefits. Make your health plan recession-proof and keep your employees insured, with no decrease in the quality of coverage. Our concierge member services are sustainable with expected increases for 2021 not to exceed 5%.

Request a free consultation and learn more about how the Alliance’s health benefits plan can save you money. 

About C&A Benefits Group

C&A Benefits Group is an Ohio-owned employee benefits and business services firm that specializes in employee benefits solutions for employers nationwide with two to 1,000 employees. C&A was founded in 2009 by industry veteran Christina King. Founding the company during a financial crisis required C&A to think differently about employee benefits from the start.

While the insurance carriers have trained many small-business owners to accept the annual increases of 10-20%, C&A has built relationship with carriers and third-party administrators that also believe in challenging the status quo. It can identify areas of exposure in organizations current benefits offerings where money is being wasted and manage them through customized programs.