AHIP’s Direct programs are designed to help health insurance plans take their businesses to the next level. This targeted network offers access to the people and resources that can help you identify new avenues for growth, explore innovative solutions, and contain costs. AHIP Direct Members specialize in such areas as health savings accounts, disease management, back office operations, and preferred provider networks. To meet the AHIP Direct Members, please scroll down.
For more information about AHIP’s Direct programs, contact the AHIP Membership Department at 202.778.8502 or MembershipFrontline@ahip.org.
With the continued popularity and growth of health savings accounts (HSAs), many health insurance plans are searching for better ways to launch an HSA program or enhance their existing offerings. The HSA Direct program introduces health plans to financial institutions and custodians that can provide the information, ideas, and strategic insights that underpin successful high deductible health plan products.
Disease management (DM) is a pillar of modern care management. Staying ahead in this essential and fast-changing are can be a challenge. DM Direct Members offer expert guidance to health plans searching for disease management products and services as well as strategies and programs that will help advance their DM initiatives, improve care, and manage costs.
To connect with DM Direct Members, click on the logos below:
Health insurance plans, payers, and administrators are continually searching for new ways to expand their provider networks and better serve their customers. PPO Direct Members offer options for enhancing health plans’ networks, as well as related administrative services.
To discover how a partnership with one of our PPO Direct Members could benefit your plan, click on the logos below:
In the highly competitive health care marketplace, health insurance plans and other stakeholders are vigilant about finding cost-effective ways to streamline their back office operations and business processes. Outsourcing one or more functions to a third-party administrator (TPA) can be a smart solution.