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The Top 5 Challenges Facing Health Insurance Professionals. What's on your list?
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The 8 Questions to Ask as You Plan for Defined Contribution Healthcare

"Small and medium sized businesses across America are canceling traditional group health plans and transitioning to 'pure' defined contribution healthcare. "
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Managing Small Business Health Insurance Costs with Defined Contribution
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What's the Impact of the ACA on Small Employers?
What is the impact of the ACA on small employers? Small employers need to know the ACA changes and new opportunities impacting them.
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10 Questions to Ask about Employee Contribution Strategies
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"As more and more small businesses cancel group health coverage, there is a way to still offer a formal health benefit - and a way for you to keep your client's business...."
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Have a defined contribution health plan? How New Employees Can Purchase Individual Health Plans Outside of Open Enrollment
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Small and medium sized businesses are canceling traditional health insurance. But that doesn't mean businesses are canceling health benefits all together.
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Small Business 101 - Group Health Insurance vs. Individual Health Insurance
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10 Things You Need to Know About Selling Health Insurance to SMBs
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Group health insurance is broken. We have the solution.
Introduction
Zane Benefits is the #1 Online Health Benefits Solution

Successfully transition to a health plan that creates happier employees, reduces costs and frees up time for work.

Our Story

Zane Benefits was founded in 2006 to revolutionize the way employers provide employee health benefits in America.

We empower employees to take control over their own healthcare, while helping employers recruit and retain the best talent.

Our online solutions allow small and medium-sized businesses to successfully transition to a health benefits program that creates happier employees, reduces costs and frees up more time to serve their customers. For more information about ZaneHealth, check out our Small Business Health Insurance Solutions

The Problem - Group Health Insurance is Broken

Health insurance is the single most important consumer financial product Americans purchase today. One wrong step can bankrupt even the most affluent family. Yet, most Americans don’t get to pick their own health plan or doctor network. Rather, they get a one-size-fit-all group health insurance plan chosen by someone else. Due to recent reforms to the individual health insurance market, it no longer makes financial, logical or social sense for employers to continue offering group health insurance plans to employees. 

Our Solution - ZaneHealth

We help employees take control of their healthcare. With ZaneHealth, employees:

✓ Pick the plan that best fits their needs, including their doctor
✓ Keep their plan for as long as they want
✓ Save money with new health care subsidies

Employers use ZaneHealth to continue to offer a health benefits program that creates happy, loyal employees. Here's how it works:

✓ Employer sets a monthly healthcare allowance — a "defined contribution"
✓ Employees pay for their own health plan with their own money — just like car insurance
✓ ZaneHealth reimburses employees for their health plan cost — up to their healthcare allowance

With major provisions of health reform taking effect in 2014, experts agree the landscape of group health insurance will rapidly transform to individual policies subsidized by the federal government and employers.

Group health insurance is broken. We have the solution.