Learn about one of the most important financial elements of any self-funded health plan.
Flume Health CEO Cedric Kovacs-Johnson talks about ways that employers can reduce healthcare spend without cutting benefits.
We spoke with several industry experts to get their take on what COVID-19 means for long-term healthcare costs. Here's what we learned.
Simon Elliott, Flume Health’s Director of Account Management, discusses the pros and cons of making a mid-year switch to self-funding and how to make the switch successfully.
Learn the basics about Reference Based Pricing and the benefits it offers for self-funded plans.
Direct contracting increases our ability to audit claims and catch fraud or abuse, as well as guarantee fair pricing for services and procedures.
Learn how Flume Health responds to balance bills, keeping members first.
Dr. Amy Mechley, founder of Integrated Family Care (a DPC out of Cincinnati) talks about the testing and treatment for COVID-19, and what self-funded plan sponsors should be aware of to mitigate their claims risk.
Our plans are designed around a simple but powerful idea: better outcomes lead to lower costs.
Flume Health's Customer Success Manager talks about how to go beyond just answering questions to make members feel truly supported.
Status quo health insurance is failing both employers and employees, and most TPAs aren't equipped to provide the change employers need. At Flume Health, we're doing things differently.
We separate fact from fiction when it comes to Open Access health coverage.
The main legislative solutions to balance billing may be a step in the right direction, but they fail to address the root of the issue.
Open Enrollment is the best time of year to learn how to make the most of your health coverage. Here are five questions you should ask.
We talked to Flume Health COO Kevin Schlotman about the history of reference-based pricing, and what it takes to make an RBP plan successful.
When health plans are built simply to maximize profits, it's the patient that ends up losing. Here's an example of how we did things differently and prioritized the member, not the money.
The most important health insurance terms, explained in language anyone can understand.
We take a look at Montana and North Carolina's attempts to implement reference-based pricing for their state benefits plans, and what their experiences can teach other employers and brokers who are interested in RBP.
Q4i's Wendy Keneipp breaks down both the importance and the challenge of effective benefits communication.