We recognize the important role advisors, brokers, carriers, third party administrators, enrollment companies, software companies, outsourcing entities and other vendors provide in the on-going servicing of our clients. To that end, HR Best Practices has numerous marketing alliances with both national and regional entities. A few examples follow:
In an effort to help its clients contain healthcare costs, a large Blue Cross Blue Shield carrier identified the need to provide the name of a "proven and fair" vendor to provide dependent eligibility/working spouse auditing services to its self-insured groups. HR Best Practices has provided this role since early 2013.
Outsourcing firms always feel the need to provide full service solutions even if it means working with a boutique vendor. To that end, numerous employers have benefitted from dependent eligibility audits conducted by HR Best Practices.
Brokers and General Agents
In the spirit of retaining and winning new business, brokerage firms and general agents have partnered with HR Best Practices since the inception of HR Best Practices since 2001. While dependent eligibility audits and ACA compliance administration have been quite popular, brokers also partner with HR Best Practices to conduct medical claim audits, pharmacy audits, high dollar claim audits and employee eligibility audits.