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Does Benchmarking Matter?
Many employers believe they have no control over the increasing costs of benefits and health care. But there are many things they absolutely can control.
Employers can’t afford to be passive.
Being knowledgeable of what your peers pay for benefits by utilizing benchmarking data is crucial to ensure that your benefits plan is strategically aligned with your organization’s goals and budget — and as competitive as possible. As your plan members utilize their benefits, claims are incurred; how you manage those claims is within your control.
The 2023 Apex Benefits Indiana Employee Benefits Benchmark Report provides important insights for taking control of how your benefits stack up and mitigating high-cost claims.
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Employee Benefits Strategy
- Medical Plan Trends
- PPO and HDHP Plan Trends
- Tax-Advantaged Spending Accounts
- Pharmacy Benefit Trends
- Dental and Vision
- Life Insurance and Disability
- Voluntary Benefits Trends
- Telehealth + Clinics
- Paid Leave
Health Care Risk Management
- Disease Management Trends
- Wellness as a Strategy
- Population Management
- Reinsurance Claims Management
- High-Cost Claims Management
- Optimizing Care
- Mental Health Care Gap
Hear From the Pros
- February 24, 2021
One of the many benefits to completing the Apex Benefits 2021 Indiana Employee Benefits Benchmarking Survey is the option to receive a custom benchmarking report. What exactly is a custom benchmarking report? Why should you get one for your company?
- June 28, 2021
Apex’s Benchmarking Survey data showed that only 47 percent of respondents evaluated their Rx program as important. While higher than the 44 percent that graded their program that way in 2019, it still means less than half of employers aren’t …
- July 12, 2019
Should Indiana employers spend resources on studying national employee benefits benchmarks? Is employee benefits benchmarking worthwhile?