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Group health plans

With all the news regarding health care, it is difficult to understand what plans are right and whether you can afford them. We assist companies in determining the best benefits to meet their company's needs. From group health insurance to disability benefits, we have access to the latest products from top-ranked insurance carriers.

Regardless of the size of your business, at Elevate Insurance Solutions, we take the time to understand your needs. We explore and present different options that help you control costs and offer your employees the best benefits.


What are my options?

Group Medical Plans:

We are proud to offer a variety of group health Insurance plans for small to mid-sized businesses.Group health insurance plans typically include either indemnity plans, such as Fee-for-Service (FFS), or managed care plans, including: Health Maintenance Organization (HMO), Preferred Provider Organization (PPO), and Point-of Service (POS).

Ancilliary Benefits:

Payroll deducted ancillary benefits can enhance your healthcare program at no cost to your company. Employees are able to purchase a variety of insurance products at low group rates.

Benefit communication & assistance

Your company may be challenged by the huge task of managing payroll and overseeing insurance offerings. Elevate Insurance Solutions provides assistance regarding voluntary benefits and enrollments so you can concentrate on running your business. We include onsite support to review and answer any questions. 

Our goal is to educate and get to know your employees to help them select the best coverage possible. 

Examples of Group Plans That You Can Build Into a Comprehensive Benefits Program For You and Your Employees:

  • Group Medical Plans
  • Health Savings Accounts/High Deductible Health Plans
  • Group Dental and Vision
  • Group Life
  • Short Term Disability
  • Long Term Disability
  • Accident Insurance
  • Long Term Care
  • Cancer/ Critical Illness

The U.S. Small Business Administration reports that employees at firms that offer benefits are about 26 percent less likely to quit in a given year than employees who don't receive benefits.