Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Foundation of True Benefits Engagement? Trust

A survey last fall sparked a conversation about consumer trust, and it hasn’t stopped. The 11th annual Trust Index survey by ReviveHealth reported a key piece of information for HR professionals: Average consumers gave their health insurers a trust score of 69 out of 100, significantly lower than their ratings for hospitals or physicians. If […]

Evive at NBGH Business Health Agenda 2018: Personalizing Benefits Communications

Thank you to everyone who joined us at the National Business Group on Health’s Business Health Agenda 2018! Lesley Leiserson, Director of Benefits for The Home Depot, and Prashant Srivastava, CEO of Evive led an engaging workshop on how to personalize benefits communications to increase employee engagement. For those who weren’t able to make it, catch up […]

After the Plan is Selected, What Stands Between People and Their Health Benefits?

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: benefits have long been perceived as complex and need to be simplified. While our solutions do the heavy lifting to anticipate specific benefits people will need at the time they need them, we recognize there can still be some disconnect. Just because the benefits are put […]

Want to Solve Problems? Walk in the Shoes of the End User

Improving benefits engagement is no easy task. In designing Evive’s solutions, we recognized the hurdles to overcome to make the experience a simple one. By nature, that means understanding the user’s point of view—and designing for the user is how we’re changing the way people experience benefits. Employers see real results from their investment, and […]