Group Health Insurance Washington
We help you find the right coverage at the right price.
Group Health Washington provides group health insurance Washington businesses need most. As an employer in today’s business world, Group Health Washington knows how important it is to provide health insurance to the most valuable asset of your business – your employees. By providing each employee with a plan that meets his or her expectations, it can help your business lower turnover and keep a staff that’s healthy and insured with peace of mind. But we also realize that there are so many different plans out there, it can be very time consuming to research your best group health insurance options. We’re proud to offer a variety of group health Insurance plans for small to mid-sized businesses – for quality assurance and additional benefits. Our health insurance specialists will work with you one-on-one to develop a group plan that’s not only affordable but complements your business’s needs. Best of all, we do all of this for you for free.
Our expert guidance is free
Not many businesses in Washington State know this, but getting expert guidance on your group health insurance plans costs you absolutely nothing. The prices for all policies are regulated by the Washington State Insurance Commissioner. No matter which broker you use, or whether you do it all by yourself by going straight to the carrier, you’ll pay the same amount. So why not let us listen to your goals, find the solutions, and fill out the paperwork for you – saving you time while giving you the best possible prices. We’ve helped thousands of employees and employers get the group health insurance Washington businesses need. We can quote you, your family, your employees, your employees’ families, and even provide additional coverage options like dental or life insurance. We have the experts in group health insurance Washington businesses deserve.
Which Plan is Right for your Business?
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). The major difference between Indemnity and managed care plans is the types of providers, choices of doctors and physicians, out of pocket expenses, and medical bill payments. Since group health insurance options vary from state to state in coverage options and benefits, as well as the size of your business, it’s important to discuss your business’s Health Insurance needs with a specialist at Health Plan Finder Insurance by LifePlan Financial who can help you find a solution that’s ideal and feasible for you and your employees.