Benefits Simplified

Benefits Administration and ACA Reporting

Eastern Benefits Group is now offering a robust benefits administration platform with a suite of compliance solutions to help employers navigate the new world of health care and comply with the complex provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). In today's rapidly changing environment, our on demand tools are quickly and easily configurable, with numerous scheduling and alert options. Leverage our team of professionals and fully automated tools for the ongoing support of your program and ACA compliance.


Guided Enrollment and Decision Support Tools...

Ask Emma

Ask Emma is much more than an interactive decision-support tool. She represents a whole new approach to benefits shopping, enrollment and education, helping employees make more informed personalized decisions across a range of benefits offerings - all through an engaging experience.

Ask Emma guides employees through the buying process by asking a few simple questions - including what doctors or hospitals they prefer - and then suggests the plans that fit their individual needs. She also reviews how the costs add up and helps turn confusing "insurance speak" into easy to understand explanations.

Plus, unlike other tools on the market today, Ask Emma is fully integrated into the shopping and enrollment platform for a seamless consumer experience. 




Best Fit

Best Fit is a decision-support tool that helps employees make an educated choice when selecting a health insurance plan. Employees will see side by side comparisons of plan details and estimated costs based on:

  • Milliman averages for their metropolitan area
  • The pre-insurance costs for in-network services
  • The underlying plan design, to calculate an estimated post-insurance out of pocket expense total

Employees can personalize the estimates by selecting a health status for their family members and adjusting projected health needs such as doctor visits, prescriptions and more.

The Best Fit tool helps employees understand the relationship between their healthcare utilization and out of pocket costs