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Can your health plan endure the same kind of increases over the next five years as you've had in the last five years?

When determining if your current benefit plan is sustainable, it's necessary to ask questions like:

- Can your company budget continue to sustain premium increases to your health plan at the same pace?
- Have you had to sacrifice benefits in the past to prevent increases?
- Have you been forced to increase employer and employee contributions, deductibles, and copays?

If you had to reduce benefits in exchange for fixed rates, your company still received an increase.

The unsustainability of many fully-insured health plans in today's healthcare environment is just one of the reasons that more employers are exploring self-funding options every year - as of 2014, 61% of all covered employees in the US are in a self-funded health plan1.

GBS is a consulting TPA that will partner with you to provide turnkey solutions that will prepare you not only for the upcoming plan year but for the years ahead. Our focus is on building long-term solutions rather than providing you with unsustainable quick fixes. We develop viable solutions for your employee benefit plan that will lead to lower costs, improved clinical outcomes, and increased member satisfaction.

To learn more about the options GBS can provide for your employee benefits,
request a proposal or watch this short video.

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Kaiser Family Foundation - 2014 Employer Health Benefits Survey
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