ConnectedHealth’s Smart Choices Marketplace is a total workforce solution that offers more choices for employees, while decreasing the admin work for HR teams. Our hybrid solution supports the coverage needs of both group-eligible and part-time employees, along with 1099 contractors and retirees.
See why Leslie Vander Gheynst, Director of Human Resources at Keller Williams Realty, chose to work with ConnectedHealth.
Find out how Keller Williams successfully implemented their benefits marketplace.
How Does it Work for Employers?
We’re here for you every step of the way, whether you want to offer group insurance, individual, or both.
Selects benefit plan designs (defined contribution or defined benefits); provides employees with access to a custom version of our marketplace.
Receives personalized recommendations and shops for medical and ancillary coverage on the marketplace.
Tracks employees enrollment, sends enrollment files to carriers, updates payroll administrator with employee selections, and provides employer with ACA-compliant reporting.
Provides employees with access to a custom version of our individual marketplace to shop for medical and ancillary coverage, with our without government tax subsidies.
Determines if they’re eligible for a tax credit on their medical premium and receives personalized recommendations for coverage on the marketplace.
Submits employee applications to carriers, confirms eligibility and enrollment, and helps engage employees through communications year-round.
What can my employees expect to pay for medical coverage?
Use our interactive map to see the average premium
cost for an individual health plan for each state
The premium rates listed above show monthly silver premiums for a 40-year-old non-smoker making $30,000 / year (2nd lowest cost silver plan before tax credit).
Source: Kaiser Family Foundation analysis of premium data from Healthcare.gov and insurer rate filings to state regulators. For more information see “Analysis of 2015 Premium Changes in the Affordable Care Act’s Health Insurance Marketplaces” September, 2014.
Massachusetts (MA) premium data is from 2015; this information will be updated once 2016 data has been released for this state.
Our DIY Small Business Portal Makes Benefits Delivery A Cinch
Have part-time or contract employees who don’t qualify for your group plan? Or, don’t offer any benefits right now? Not a problem. With our small business Genie solution, you can make sure all your employees have access to the coverage they need through our individual Marketplace.