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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Group Health Coverage Basics for Small Firms

Offering health insurance to your employees may sound like an overwhelming process — but it doesn’t need to be. Once you’ve identified your firm’s needs and know the basics of group health insurance, the rest is easy. So, what do you need to know first? What’s the difference between group and individual health plans? According …

Two Ways That Life Insurance Helps Our Communities

What would your family do if you were no longer there to help support them? For many families throughout the country, this is a question that is sometimes asked too late. Maintaining a way of life can become extremely difficult after the death of a spouse or partner — not just emotionally, but financially as …

The Growing Need for Special Needs Dental Care

A trip to the dentist can be an extremely traumatic experience for children with developmental disabilities and special needs. According to the CDC, recent estimates in the United States show that about one in six children aged 3 – 17 have one or more developmental disabilities. Additionally, many studies have noted that those who suffer …

4 Myths About the Individual Health Insurance Open Enrollment Period

We’ve heard a lot of Open Enrollment myths over the years and want to set the record straight. Myth #1 “There are fewer insurers to choose from.” Many carriers who initially fled the federal exchange have returned and now offer plans alongside others who have entered the marketplace. This increase in the number of plans …