If you have questions as you read through the materials provided, please contact us.
Visit the forms page to download any health benefits forms that you need.
Open Enrollment will be November 12 – December 7, 2018.
If you are currently participating in the plan, this will be a passive enrollment which means you do not need to re-enroll in the health plan. Your benefits will automatically transfer to the new 2019 plan year, along with any current additional HSA monthly contributions if applicable.
To see what’s new and what’s staying the same for 2019, and to review other important details for next year, we invite you to read the new Alliance Health Plan 2019 Summary Guide.
If your church is currently participating in the Alliance Health Plan and you wish to add an employee, make changes to your plan or to add or change monthly HSA contributions, please refer to the list of forms below:
To Add an Employee:
To Make Changes to Your Current Plan (standard to premium, add dependents, etc.):
To Add or Change Employer or Employee Monthly HSA Contributions for 2019:
Alliance Benefits is committed to making this health plan a great alternative to other plans in the marketplace and to serving our Alliance family well. If you are considering enrolling in the Alliance Health Plan, here are a few highlights and advantages of participating:
As a church plan, we are able to align your health insurance benefits with our sanctity of life value, which means we don’t cover abortive drugs and services mandated in other insurance plans.
Claims paid out of the premiums collected are used to support Alliance members enrolled in the plan. When you need assistance, you have access to a team that understands the Alliance family–because we’re a part of that family!
Because of our plan size, we are able to provide bundled group rates on medical, prescription, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability coverage. And a portion of the monthly premium is returned to all participants via their health savings accounts.
Employers receive a discount when remaining on the plan for one, two, or three or more years.
The Alliance Benefits team is dedicated to helping you form a strategy for benefits to maintain stability for your staff and allow you to invest in your ministry team and their future.
When enrolled in the Alliance Health Plan, premiums and Health Savings Account (HSA) contributions are a pretax benefit (unlike many cost-sharing plans). HSA-eligible medical and prescription expenses are also tax-free.
The Alliance Health Plan also offers preventive medical services and medications covered at 100%, a supportive team and consultants that work directly with providers on your behalf, a $50 wellness incentive for completing an annual wellness exam, and a plan that does not discriminate based on age, weight or preexisting conditions.
Visit our Health Plan Resources page for more information.