Employee Benefits Consulting
Is a 10-30% Reduction in Health Cost Possible?
New client partners consistently realize a 10-30% reduction in healthcare cost in the first year with Opus without damaging the integrity of the benefit programs in place.
How do we do it? We're confident you haven't seen all of your options!
Many brokers and consultants have been managing client healthcare renewals the same way for decades. But in this ever-changing healthcare landscape, the best strategies to reduce plan costs are entirely different today than they were just a few years ago. At Opus, we pride ourselves on our ability to remain current and to quickly identify new and impactful cost-saving strategies each year. While no two clients are alike, we guarantee that each new client partner will benefit from cost-containment ideas and strategies that they have never seen before.
We take steps to ensure compliance
Opus provides a “Turn-Key” compliance deliverable to keep clients up to date on appropriate state, federal and international legislation impacting the benefits industry. Our engagement begins with a comprehensive compliance assessment and continues with a detailed compliance calendar that is specific to each client and their individual responsibilities throughout the year. The Opus account management team will monitor the compliance calendar monthly. We will alert clients on any impending actionable items and provide the necessary support to ensure they are protected.
Support for HR Professionals
We provide your HR department with a single point of contact for all carriers and programs, simplifying your staff’s benefit management and administrative tasks. In addition, each Opus client is provided with HR Support that extends past benefit-related consultations. You can ask us any HR-related question, speak directly with an SPHR professional, or take advantage of over 300 HR courses and obtain HRCI credits.
Opus can provide you with the ability to go paperless, and/or to outsource many of your current benefit-administrative functions: