Health insurance is one of the major issues that all employers, large and small, have to deal with, but it can pose particular challenges for small businesses. Recognizing that fact, the LIA was the first business organization in the nation to create a successful health insurance purchasing cooperative in 1994, called the LIA Health Alliance.
Now under the direction of National Benefits Alliance Group (NBA), the LIA Health Alliance is the region's preeminent private health care exchange for small businesses, revolutionizing the process of choosing health insurance for small business owners. It allows a small business with 2 to 50 employees to choose one health insurance product – the Health Alliance product – and still allow each employee to custom tailor his or her health coverage. Employees can choose the health plan provider and the exact benefit plan that meets their needs. The small business owner completes one simple enrollment form & pays one bill each month. It couldn't be more simple!
The Health Alliance currently has a variety of health care suppliers, with many different benefit plans available, including plans specifically designed with low price in mind.
The LIA Health Alliance also recognizes the even more daunting challenges that Sole Proprietors face in finding affordable health coverage that provides them meaningful choices. The Health Alliance's Sole Proprietor products solve that problem. The Health Alliance currently offers sole proprietors a wide range of affordable coverage from five health plan suppliers – a total of 13 plan choices, more than you will find anywhere else!
For additional information on the LIA Health Alliance Small Business and Sole Proprietor offerings visit www.liahealthalliance.com.