Insurance Programs for members of the State Bar of Georgia

PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE EXCHANGE

The Private Insurance Exchange for State Bar of Georgia members is a multi-carrier private exchange designed for members and their staff and dependents. Available to both individuals and employer groups, the exchange offers a wide range of health insurance choices and more.

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Just as every employee is unique, so are their benefit needs. Employers now have a way to address the different requirements of each employee, while also managing the company’s bottom line. That means cost control for the employer, and choices for the employee.

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What is AD&D Insurance?

It may not be the most pleasant insurance product to talk about, but Accidental Death & Dismemberment insurance (AD&D) can do a lot of good for a lot of people at a time when they may need it most. While AD&D insurance may be similar to life insurance, the benefits of having an AD&D insurance …

What is a Level-Funded Health Plan?

According to the nonprofit National Business Group on Health (NBGH) survey 2019 Large Employers’ Health Care Strategy and Plan Design, the cost of employer-based health insurance is poised to reach roughly $15,000 per employee this year, a 5 percent increase from 2018. While this is not unusual, it is forcing firms to get more creative …

How Chronic Stress Can Lead to a Long-Term Disability

According to Smithsonian, Gallup’s 2019 Global Emotions Report illustrated that “More than half of United States respondents—around 55 percent—reported feelings of high stress the day prior to being polled…while 45 percent said they felt worried ‘a lot of the day’”. With the global stress levels at approximately 35%, this left the United States in a …