May 2016

Membership Minute

In this edition of the Membership Minute we welcome several new employer members and share information about exclusive benefits available to our fully insured members.

The BHCG welcomes several new prominent employers to its membership

We are pleased to announce that several prominent employers have joined our ranks in the past six months, strengthening our position as the only unified employer voice in the southeast Wisconsin health care market. Since the beginning of the fourth quarter of 2015, A. O. Smith Corporation, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Kohl’s Department Stores, the Village of Pleasant Prairie and Home Care Medical have joined the BHCG. We welcome these employers and look forward to continued membership growth as we drive meaningful change in the region’s health care market.

Benefits of membership for fully insured employers

No matter who your current health insurance carrier is, as a fully insured employer member of the BHCG, you have access to valuable, exclusive resources that can assist you in negotiating the complex, ever-changing world of health care and employee benefits. Your membership in the BHCG gives you:

  • Free platinum membership to the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans: Through a relationship the BHCG has struck with the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, our fully insured members now have access to timely, unbiased information from the preeminent independent source of employee benefits, compensation and financial literacy education.

    As a platinum member of the Foundation you have access to benefits education, information and training through a variety of media. More information is available here. For more information about the Foundation’s platinum membership available through the BHCG, please contact the Foundation at 888-217-5960.
  • Periodic human resources and health law seminars: Our fully insured members are invited to attend periodic human resources and health law seminars hosted by a prominent southeast Wisconsin law firm. Topics for 2016 may include: labor and employment law, health law, immigration law, employee benefits and data privacy and security. Watch for announcements about the seminar schedule.





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