Plan Management Services for Groups and IndividualsSoutheast Service Cooperative offers a wide range of flexible plan designs that allow each group to meet both their healthcare goals and their collectively bargained commitments. In addition, we provide comprehensive strategic benefit management services.Our health benefits consultant is available to groups to help guide them through their plan design strategy and to assist them with program communications and negotiations. Here is a list of plan management services that SSC provides for pool groups and eligible members:1. Strategic plan design development2. Current program financial and plan design analysis3. Benefit plan modeling4. Pool management5. Competitive program evaluation6. Consumer healthcare program design and education7. Insurance committee meetings: goal setting and information management8. Employee group meetings and communications9. Individual health insurance communications and planning10. Compliance support11. Problem solving12. Insurance company assessment and evaluation13. Bid law satisfaction14. Statewide negotiation and leverage of costs and access to programsSSCs health benefits consultant is licensed by the state of Minnesota and has over 28 years of experience designing and managing employee benefit programs. Please contact him with questions concerning your employee benefit programs:Bill ColopoulosHealth Benefits ConsultantMN Insurance License # 57568Southeast Service Cooperative210 Wood Lake DriveRochester, MN 55904507-281-6690Bill is also available to provide assistance in the following benefit areas:· Life Insurance· Short and Long Term Disability· Dental· Employee Assistance Program
Bill's services are available to any group that is currently a member of Southeast Service Cooperative or who is interested in becoming a member. His services are also available to all members of SSC member groups collectively bargained units, their representatives and members. Most services are free to pool member groups. Other groups should contact Bill to discuss their needs and request a proposal for assistance.