The Minnesota Health Action Group’s Annual Employer Benefits Survey captures a unique and vital snapshot of trends in the Minnesota employee benefits marketplace, and provides a tool for Action Group members and other Survey participants to benchmark their plans.
The Survey is conducted in the first quarter of each year, with results shared with participants at the end of March. The confidential and free Survey digs deep into what is and isn’t working for Minnesota employers. Participants enjoy access to invaluable strategic and tactical plan design details, along with insight into health plan vendors, prescription drug trends (with an emphasis on specialty pharmacy), wellness programs, market innovations, and more.
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Now in its seventh year, the 2017 Survey saw record participation, with 85 public and private employers participating, representing over a quarter-million Minnesotans and approximately one million employees nationally. Participating employers gathered to review survey findings, discuss insights, and share perspectives with each other. We look forward to even greater participation next year!
The Survey was shaped by employers, for employers. 100% of employers providing feedback agreed that “The survey covers topics that are important to me and my organization.” A comprehensive report of findings and detailed answers was provided to organizations that participated in the Survey, which was open to members and non-members.
Employers willing to commit to 2018 Survey participation will receive a complimentary copy of the 2017 Survey results. Interested employers may contact Sue Jesseman at email@example.com.
“With health care costs continuously on the rise and uncertainty surrounding the new presidential administration, employers are looking for ways to get the most out of their benefit plan designs, while controlling health care spending and improving health outcomes for employees. Understanding what’s working and being able to ‘compare notes’ with other employers through the Survey can help benefit managers and business leaders offer effective and attractive benefit programs.”
Jon Schloemer, Benefits Manager, Mills Fleet Farm