MILWAUKEE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--EBSO is one of four Third Party Administrators (TPAs) recently chosen to offer the Integrated Health Network of Wisconsin (IHN) to self-funded employer groups and brokers throughout the state. The synergy created between IHN’s comprehensive network and care model as well as the proven disease management capabilities of EBSO was cited as a key advantage of the partnership.
EBSO has over 35 years of TPA experience, founded in 1977. As a privately owned company and full service TPA, they have the ability to offer objective, independent solutions and innovative products and services to their employer groups and broker partners. They provide a range of self-funded and fully insured benefit plans in addition to Human Resource and Finance support, compliance and auditing services and retirement plan options. They also offer a Chronic Disease Management program that helps their clients improve the overall health of their workforce.
IHN is a broad-choice value network of major Wisconsin health systems working together to deliver high quality, affordable health care. Founded in 2010, it includes eight Owner Member health systems, 53 hospitals, 8,400 providers, 1,180 clinical locations and more than 100 Associate Member resources. IHN’s care model enables it to offer flexible health care solutions for employers, producers and insurance companies that result in excellent health care plus immediate and sustainable health plan savings.
EBSO strives to form relationships with trusted partners and the best networks whose business priorities align with theirs, which is why they were happy to partner with IHN. To learn more about EBSO and how they are prepared to work with every client, in every situation, every day visit their website at http://www.ebsobenefits.com/.