Self Insured Plans, LLC
14710 Tamiami Trail N, Ste 201
Naples, FL 34110


What We Do

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 Summer 2017 Issue

Responding to Growing Demand for Transparency

sip summer2017 newsletterExperts agree that a lack of true price transparency has contributed significantly to the inefficiency in health care. Several websites compare the costs for certain procedures at varying hospitals, but it’s still very difficult, if not impossible, to make an informed choice when preparing for a non-emergency procedure. As a result, most people still go to doctors participating in a covered network and follow physician referrals when a specialist is required. In most cases, these choices are made without any knowledge of the cost.

Powerful Mobile Technology

Today, leading TPAs are providing self-funded health plan members with a variety of very powerful mobile transparency tools. One new mobile app enables members to identify fair pricing for more than 200 common procedures, including surgeries, imaging and diagnostic testing. By linking a rewards program, the app awards financial incentives when high quality, competitively priced providers are selected over those with lesser ratings. Read More >

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Small Businesses Doing More

According to Deloitte Consulting LLP, small and medium sized employers with 100 or more workers are contributing considerably more towards the cost of employee and dependent healthcare benefits than legally required – about 73% of the total cost, on average. Regional differences also exist, with companies in the Northeast contributing more toward the cost of family coverage and companies on the West cost contributing more to individual coverage. Read More >

There’s an App for That

The majority of employers now educate employees about health and wellness through apps and portals – a practice expected to increase significantly in the year ahead. As a result, more and more health-related smartphone apps and wearables are coming on the scene. Read More >

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Recent SIP Newsletters

Spring 2018

Spring 2018

Featured Article: The Changing Definition of Wellness

Winter 2018

Winter 2018

Featured Article: Empowering Employees: Big Talk, Little Action

Fall 2017

Fall 2017

Featured Article: Self-Funding Keeps Growing

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