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 Fall 2019 Issue

Communicate Better. Benefit More.

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With open enrollment underway, it may be a little late to focus on communication. But then again, helping plan members get the most out of their health plan should be more than just a month-long endeavor. Surveys continue to indicate that even highly educated employees describe benefits, insurance and the enrollment process as “very confusing.”

Consider academic research by the Commonwealth Fund and a recent study by Accenture. While one points to higher deductibles and copays as the leading financial barrier to medical care, the other cites low health literacy as a hidden cost adding billions in administrative expense to our healthcare system. While it may never be possible for your plan to do away with copays and deductibles, high performance TPAs are doing many things to help plan members make more informed healthcare decisions. Here are a few ideas. Read More >

Other Articles Include:

Physicians Push to Ease Pre-Authorization

Doctors representing several Physician associations recently appeared before the U.S. House of Representatives to encourage legislators to streamline the prior authorization process which they say is out of control. A spokesperson representing the American Academy of Family Physicians said that a process initially implemented to prevent unnecessary and extremely costly treatment has led to physician burnout, poorer patient outcomes and general chaos for physician practices and patients alike. Read More >

Subtle Signs of Diabetes

According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 30 million Americans have diabetes – a chronic condition
that happens when your body doesn’t produce enough insulin or process sugar efficiently. The surprising thing is that
about 7.5 million people are diabetic and don’t know it! Read More >

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Recent SIP Newsletters

Fall 2019

Fall 2019

Featured Article: Small Groups Will Celebrate NEW HRAs

Spring 2019

Spring 2019

Featured Article: More Bang for Your Benefits Buck!

Winter 2019

Winter 2019

Featured Article: How Is Your Health Plan Responding to Millennials?

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