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Request a FREE Indiana Employee Benefits Custom Benchmarking Report for your organization. The information is the first step in creating 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
Tax-Advantaged Spending Accounts
Life and AD&D
HR Priorities & Challenges
FMLA & Paid Parental Leave
2019 Survey Executive Summary
Are your benefits attractive enough to win the attention of top talent and retain your employees? Start exploring how competitive your benefits are with an Indiana-specific benchmark report. Request to download the Executive Summary of the 2019 Apex Benefits Employee Benefits Benchmarking Report.
Do You Have Game?
The Case for Indiana-Specific Benchmarking
The Apex Benefits 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 this, from the small number of prominent health systems and insurance carriers dominating the market to the fact Indiana’s quality of health ranks 41 out of the 50 states.
“This report provides insights that just can’t be found anywhere else,” says Apex CEO John Gause. “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.”
To be competitive, you first need to know how your benefits compare. Request the most recent report below.
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.
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The 2021 Benchmarking Survey is Now Closed
Gather your benefit summaries, billed premiums/premium equivalents, employee contributions and deduction frequency.
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Take 20 to 30 minutes to complete the survey. You can receive a custom benchmarking report that compares your data to that of hundreds of other respondents.
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March 8, 2021
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March 2, 2021
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February 25, 2021
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February 24, 2021
One of the many benefits to completing the Apex Benefits 2021 Indiana Employee Benefits Benchmarking Survey is the option to …
February 23, 2021
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Why Are Hoosiers Paying So Much More for Healthcare?
For years, Indiana has had a unique healthcare market. Many factors have contributed to discrepancies in healthcare charges and increasing employee benefits costs. For example:
- Indiana’s family PPO deductibles are 167% higher than the national median (Mercer national benchmark)
- Indiana OP charges average 403% of Medicare while healthcare costs around the country average 241% of Medicare