Any savvy business owner will tell you to analyze the Return on Investment (ROI) before making a purchasing decision. While it’s in every company’s best interest to evaluate ROI, many products and services, particularly in the employee benefits arena, do not deliver a direct dollar savings. They provide a different kind of value to the organization, best described as Return on Health (ROH).
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Enrollment in PPO and HMO plans has declined in the last five years. Consumers transitioning to a high deductible plan may be losing their first dollar coverage and struggling with the increased out-of-pocket costs. Now is the time to introduce non-insured benefits like Teladoc and discounts on dental, vision and prescriptions to help consumers stretch their healthcare dollars.