Evolution1 Shares Industry-Leading Defined Contribution Insights

Evolution1 Shares Industry-Leading Defined Contribution Insights

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As a recognized industry leader, – the nation’s largest electronic payment, on-premise, and cloud computing healthcare solution – often shares knowledge and insights on defined contribution healthcare. , chief strategy officer at Evolution1, will speak today to the topic “Reinventing the Defined Contribution Model for Today’s Healthcare Landscape” at the in Carlsbad, California. The inaugural event, put on by Healthcare Education Associates, is designed to help attendees build their business though defined contribution solutions and private exchanges.

, a complete defined contribution solution from Evolution1 that runs on the platform, is the solution of choice for defined contribution Partners. 1Plan delivers the next generation of consumer directed healthcare (CDH) in a complete multi-account defined contribution solution. 1Plan supercharges both private and public insurance exchanges with a solution for employers and employees to budget for and select benefits, shop for insurance, and manage premiums and out-of-pocket expenses in a comprehensive, easy-to-use experience.

1Plan utilizes one single platform – 1Cloud – for the administration of defined contribution solutions as well as all CDH accounts. The complete end-to-end solution for group insurance and or/individual insurance options offers employers and consumers alike more visibility, control, and choice in their healthcare spending. The 1Cloud platform seamlessly supports multiple integrated private insurance exchange solutions as well as group and individual premium payment solutions.

“As the cost of corporate healthcare rises, so does the demand for CDH plans,” said Bakke. “We’re committed to helping our Partners grow their business by delivering leading-edge solutions that give employers and consumers alike a simplified user experience.”

and its Partners serve nearly 500 health plans, third-party administrators, financial institutions, and software providers across the country, providing healthcare and other reimbursement account services – including Defined Contribution, HSAs, HRAs, FSAs, VEBAs, PRAs, Wellness, and Transit Plans – to more than 75,000 employers and more than 9,000,000 consumers.

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