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EDU Healthcare Reduces Costs by Switching Healthcare Plans for Employees

EDU Healthcare announces new healthcare plans in an effort to save its employees money while still delivering access to high quality healthcare services.

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) October 29, 2015

EDU Healthcare, a leader in providing special education services in schools across the United States, has recently switched to Aetna for healthcare benefits for their employees. Over the past five years, EDU Healthcare has seen an average increase of 20 percent in healthcare premiums for their eligible employees year after year. This has created issues across the board due to the growing costs and the affordability of the healthcare benefits. In an effort to make the healthcare benefits more affordable to all eligible employees, the company starting looking for better plans as a solution. As of October 1, 2015 the organization switched insurance carries and selected Aetna as the primary carrier.

“This change is a win-win solution for all of us”, said Angela Lewis, President of EDU Healthcare.

EDU Healthcare is confident in Aetna and the in-network healthcare providers associated with the plan offerings. Aetna delivers great quality and stability through its medical, dental, and vision plans, and this is what EDU Healthcare values in a healthcare insurance provider for its employees. Affordable healthcare can save employees thousands of dollars overtime.

“This has decreased costs by as much as 40% for some providers”, said Matthew Lewis, Vice President of EDU Healthcare.

Aetna was founded in 1853 and originated as a life insurance company in Hartford, Connecticut. In 2012, Aetna was recognized as one of America’s most community-minded companies, ranking fourth in “The Civic 50” survey. In 2013, Aetna acquired Coventry Healthcare Inc., making the organization the third largest healthcare benefits organization in America based on membership. They currently have over 44 million members in their network.

About EDU Healthcare

EDU Healthcare provides health services to educational systems in all 50 states. We work with many public and private school districts in meeting their therapy, nursing, and special education needs for their students. We attract, retain, and manage our staff who are at the center of our organization delivering these services. Providing quality services is what we strive for with every single client and student. We know first-hand how important it is for students to receive the educational health-related services in order to grow and develop in their educational plan.

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