The Group and Individual Marketplaces, as part of GetInsured’s Array Health® ecommerce platform, build consumers’ confidence as they shop, enroll, renew, review bills and become more engaged in their health insurance choices. Our sophisticated decision support tools gather information about which plan features matter most to shoppers and present the products most suitable for their needs – helping them make better benefit selections with confidence.

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The Administration modules give each stakeholder – insurers, states, employers and brokers – tools tailored to their specific needs to manage the end-to-end consumer engagement life cycle. Our intuitive, efficient tools and workflows help reduce operational burdens, manual processing, and associated costs. What’s more, they streamline processes, including onboarding employer groups; managing open enrollment periods; and managing census, billing, payroll and annual renewals.

Administration modules, as part of the Array Health®  ecommerce platform, are integrated across all stakeholders in your value chain:

Insurer Administration Dashboard

Advanced Billing and Payment

With Array Health® Advanced Billing and Payment, insurers offer the convenience consumers expect while supporting the business processes insurers, brokers and employers need. With complex billing and payment handled, insurers can confidently offer the broader range of health and ancillary benefits their brokers, employers and consumers want.

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Enhanced Direct Enrollment (EDE)

Enhanced Digital Enrollment (EDE) is a new standard created by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) that allows brokers and consumers to start and finish their health insurance enrollments on a single website. GetInsured’s new EDE-as-a-service is available to health insurance carriers and online web brokers. Offered as a simple set of application programming interfaces (APIs), this white-labeled solution is sure to help decrease enrollment drop-off rates caused by the confusion of double redirect.