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Today's challenging healthcare environment demands new, more effective solutions to stem rising costs. Self Insured Plans works to keep healthcare plan expenses in line and quality care at the forefront. Whether your organization is large or small, we can help create a highly effective self-funded strategy that will control costs, keep you better informed and support happier, healthier employees.

Inside the Spring 2017 Issue

Featured Article: Stay Calm and Carry On!

administrator springAs we quickly approach the 100-day mark for the Trump administration, the chaos surrounding the Affordable Care Act continues, highlighted by the Republican's withdrawal of their repeal and replace legislation prior to a House vote.

Determining where we go from here seems to be anyone's guess, but after watching the industry ebb and flow for decades, our best advice is to stay calm and carry on, as Self-Funded health plans continue to cover an estimated 75% of the U.S. workforce... Read More >


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Revised Limits for HSA & FSA Contributions

The IRS and Department of Health and Human Services recently released new limits for contributions to HSAs and Health FSAs for 2017. Contributions by individuals to HSAs cannot exceed $3,400 in 2017, with the maximum family contribution remaining at $6,750, the same as 2016. Once again, a $1,000 catch-up contribution also applies. Read More >

Bundled Payments Yielding Good Results

In a previous newsletter, we discussed bundling introduced by Medicare which focuses on orthopedic and cardiac procedures. Through the mandatory initiative for Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacements (CJR), which became policy in 2016, some 800 hospitals are participating in the program. Read More >

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Recent SIP Newsletters

Summer 2017

Summer 2017

Featured Article: Self-Funding Keeps Growing

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Spring 2017

Spring 2017

Featured Article: Stay Calm & Carry On

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Winter 2017

Winter 2017

Featured Article: 2017: A Year for HSAs

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