Request the 2019 Indiana Employee Benefits Benchmarking Report

2019 Benchmarking Report

How Do You Compare?

Request the Apex Benefits 2019 Indiana Employee Benefits Benchmarking Survey Report. The information is the first step in any sound benefits road map – and could give you an advantage over your competitors.

What’s in the Report?

MEDICAL PLAN TRENDS

PPO Plan Trends

HDHP Plan Trends

Pharmacy Trends

Wellness Trends

Tax-Advantaged Spending Accounts

Dental

Vision

Life and AD&D

Disability

EMPLOYER BENEFITS TRENDS

HR Priorities

HR Challenges

FMLA

Paid Parental Leave

TeleHealth/Clinic

HRIS

Compliance

Medicare

Making the Case for Indiana-Specific Benchmarking

The Apex Benefits 2019 Indiana Employee Benefits Benchmarking Survey Report provides a rare, in-depth look at local trends in employer-sponsored health coverage. The survey is designed to provide valuable data that Indiana employers can use to design attractive and cost-effective benefits programs that promote employee recruitment and retention.

Indiana’s healthcare marketplace is like no other and is among the most expensive in the country. Many factors have contributed to discrepancies in healthcare costs and increasing employee benefits costs, from the small number of prominent health systems and insurance carriers dominating the market to the fact Indiana’s quality of health ranks 41st out of the 50 states. [read Indiana Employee Benefits Benchmarking: Worthwhile or a Waste of Time?]

Corporate executives and human resource professionals from 320 Central Indiana employers participated in the survey. They submitted data on medical and pharmacy premiums, deductibles and copays, as well as wellness programs, paid time off policies and other benefits designed to recruit and retain employees.

“This report provides insights that just can’t be found anywhere else,” says Apex CEO John Gause. “While looking at national trends is important, Indiana-specific benchmarking is the only way employers can realistically compare their benefit plans to the Indiana companies with whom they’re competing for top talent.”

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