Tag Archives: plan choice

Cracking the Code on Managing Healthcare + Benefits Costs

In my previous post about the rising costs in healthcare and benefits, I asked you to imagine a pie chart that shows your company’s total expenditures, and how much of that chart was taken up by healthcare and benefits spending. Chances are, that slice of the pie has been getting larger over the past couple […]

Creating Meaningful Products in Meaningful Ways

The purpose of benefits love is to change the way people use benefits—to help them focus on the things they care about in life—which reinforces our commitment to human-centered design in product development. It’s not just about seeing what our technology can do; it’s about what value that technology brings to people’s lives, and making […]

More Than a Hub: Solving All Pain Points with Data-Driven Guidance

You build your benefits ecosystem with offerings that check all the boxes: health insurance, retirement savings, and let’s not forget the work/life perks like employee assistance programs or gym discounts. These are the sorts of things people expect to receive from their employer, and they generally know what problems these benefits will solve. But what […]

Better Engagement Starts with the Right Plan

That time of year has snuck up on us once again: a busy period of paperwork, presentations, and answering questions from perplexed employees. According to the 2018 Aflac WorkForces Report, nearly one in five employees surveyed didn’t feel confident they understood the benefits they signed up for after open enrollment. Between the pain points employers […]

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 […]

Helping People Make Better Benefits Decisions

With open enrollment fresh on our minds, it’s crucial to ask ourselves: How many employees truly understand the benefits choices before them? Most people do one of two things: 1. make selections solely based on the deductions they can afford each month 2. give up and make no change at all In fact, less than […]