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August 17th, 2017

25 Sayings that Indicate You Need a New Health Plan Strategy

Healthcare Compliance | Smart Benefits

Applying yesterday’s health plan strategy to today’s market can produce some rotten emotions around renewal season. If you find yourself or your staff murmuring one or more of the following, you might be ripe for considering a new health plan strategy.

  1. “I hate renewal season.”
  2. “You wanna share the news with the team? Not me. I did it last year.”
  3. “Well, maybe we’ll get a lower rate this year.”
  4. “Hey, where’d everybody go?”
  5. “OK, time to shop for some insurance quotes.”
  6. “They should be happy with what we’re giving them.”
  7. “Let’s just toss out some more voluntary benefits.”
  8. “I feel so out of control.”
  9. “Let’s just wait and see what happens in Washington.”
  10. “Let’s just wait and see what happens in Albany.”
  11. “This sucks.”
  12. “Ok, open enrollment is next week…what are we doing?”
  13. THANKS Obamacare!”
  14. THANKS Trumpcare!”
  15. “I don’t know how much longer we can do this.”
  16. “I need a beer.”
  17. “The employees are going to have to cover this.”
  18. “Yeah it’s expensive, but not everyone has to go to college.”
  19. “Let’s just raise the deductible.”
  20. “Do we have to go through this same thing every year?”
  21. “Seriously? They cancelled the plan again!”
  22. “How am I supposed to read this plan doc? Translator!”
  23. “Good news, we’ve got 5 Medicare eligible employees this year. Great job team.”
  24. “Perhaps this is the year we start entertaining buyers.”
  25. “There has to be a better way than this.”

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