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Caregiving Services Explained

Friday, January 10, 2014|

A Basic Explanation For the 52 million Americans who care for a spouse, child, or parent, health insurance can help pay the medical bills and

Supporting Our Customers and Theirs

Thursday, January 9, 2014|

“Easy.” We often hear from our customers that MyBenefits – a private health insurance exchange software platform built by Array Health – is “easy to navigate” and “easy to use.” From a client services standpoint, this is music to our ears. Health insurance is complicated. We want our customers to feel confident throughout their shopping experience on MyBenefits and we want them to feel comfortable returning to the site at any time to access their insurance information.

Cost-Sharing Reductions Explained

Wednesday, January 8, 2014|

A Basic Explanation If you qualify, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) can help you afford insurance by paying part of your healthcare costs.With a cost-sharing

Coinsurance Explained

Tuesday, January 7, 2014|

A Basic Explanation Coinsurance (or co-insurance) simply refers to the percentage you pay when you and your insurer split the cost of some types of

Medical Tests Explained

Saturday, January 4, 2014|

A Basic Explanation If you go to your doctor because your stomach has been hurting for a while, it’s unlikely he’ll just guess at what’s

Add These Reports to Your Year-End Reading List

Tuesday, December 17, 2013|

Every year around this time, analysts, consultancies, and human capital researchers publish a barrage of annual reports on employer-sponsored health benefits. Array is keeping a close eye on movement and trends in this space, and there's certainly no shortage of reading material or data.

Will the Federal 834 Enrollment Format Become a New Standard?

Friday, December 6, 2013|

We at Array Health are deeply interested in file standardization. While we've got a lot of experience interfacing with our clients using their proprietary file formats, standardization across the industry makes life easier for everyone. If health insurance had its own version of pain remediation, it might just be file standardization.