Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare Offers You a Wide Selection of Plans
Order Your HPHC MA Plan Comparison Summary Chart
The BBI Plan Comparison Chart for Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare lets you see the entire line of Mass-approved small group HPHC plans for companies with under 50 employees.
Easy comparisons guide you in plan selection. Click here to order your no-obligation copy of our chart.
Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare -- chosen America's Number One Health Plan for three years running -- is one of the top choices of Massachusetts employers.
But the options are many and confusing. As the CEO, CFO or HR Manager of a Massachusetts employer, it's hard to know what options are available.
And to be completely honest, your broker -- this guy on the left -- probably doesn't show all of them to you... too much work.
So to help you make your decision easier, we've prepared a simple (and FREE) Plan Comparison Summary Chart to compare the plans.
The simiple structure of the chart makes it easy to use. For each plan (sorted by type -- HMO vs. HMO, PPO vs. PPO, etc.) the plan shows:
- Primary Care Visit Copay
- Specialist Care Visit Copay
- Emergency Room Copay
- Drug Deductible (if any)
- Drug Copay
- Hospitalization Copay
- Surgical Copay
- Diagnostic Lab and X-Ray Copay
- Plan Deductible (if any)
- Plan Coinsurance (if any)
- Relative Plan Cost
By comparing your curent plan to the chart, you can easily see what you'll get in the way of benefits and pay in the way of relative cost to move from one plan to another.
It's laid out in a simple grid format, and it can help you make your renewal decisions... or to determine if your broker is telling you everything you might like to know. Click here to order your no-obligation copy of our chart.
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