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The Problem Rising Health Care Benefits Costs. One of the biggest problems faced by employers today is finding affordable and comprehensive health benefits coverage for employees. Despite the advent of HMOs, PPOs and other plan payment options, medical insurance costs continue to rise and so do the demands from employees who want access to the latest medical technology and physicians they know. Navigating through the sea of payment options, medical industry innovations and changing government regulations can be daunting for an employer struggling to create an affordable benefits plan. The Solution Insurance Design Administrators. For an increasing number of employers The Solution to the health benefits dilemma is a Self-Funded Health Benefits Program. Self-funding gives employers flexibility over traditional fully insured, premium-paid insurance programs. Self- funding provides employers cost efficiency, greater control over their cash resources and coverage options that reflect the needs of their industry and the demands of their work force.  To navigate throughout the risks and rewards of self-funding requires an experienced Third Party Administrator (TPA), such as Insurance Design Administrators. Insurance Design Administrators tailors the health benefit solutions that employers seek, whether the company has 50 employees or 50,000, whether they are located in one area or spread from coast to coast. IDA is a recognized national leader in designing and administering self- funded health benefits plans, delivering what employers want most: manageable health benefit costs, without the headaches and hassles of managing a benefits plan.
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Testimonial I imagine that you hear when things go wrong with insurance-related issues. I do not know how often you hear when things are good. Having many medical bills, I have to call Insurance Design Administrators to follow-up on bills quite often. In fact, I must take whole days out of my schedule to question stacks of bills so I do not overpay when it is not necessary. It’s not my favorite thing to do, but every IDA rep that I have ever spoken to has been more than accommodating in me doing so. Whenever there is a dispute between biller and insurance, it always seems to be the fault of the biller incorrectly submitting the bill. I am always confident that IDA will have it all taken care of after my call. Just this week, I had to call on an old pediatrician bill for my daughter. Again, the bill was never properly submitted to our insurance and the very rude billing manager was telling me that it was my responsibility to pay the balance before my daughter could be seen again. I called IDA and the rep was sensitive to this issue and squashed it right away. She let me know my rights and that this billing manager was infringing upon them. I told her that I am usually calling for my own medical matters. To this comment she pulled my file and turned completely empathetic, asking how I was feeling and offering “if there is anything that I can ever do, you call me.” It is not something that I encounter every day. I figured that I would share this story with you so she and the company could be recognized. Insurance companies are not so warm and fuzzy, but IDA is a great go-between which I feel, serves its purpose. Thanks. Have a great rest of the week