Agenda Item #22
The School Board's Employee Assistance Provider Services Insurance Policy Renewal
The School Board's contract for employee assistance services with CCW expires on 12/31/2015. The Employee Benefits and Risk Management department engaged Willis Consulting and Brokerage to solicit bidders interested in providing these services for the district. Five carriers responded to the solicitation. CCW reduced their pricing from last year to the same rate as another bidder, but in addition to offering six face-to-face visits per year, 24/7 telephonic consultations, educational programs, and critical incident assistance they offered an additional service called "Medical Bill Saver" which is a service to help employees and their families resolve medical and dental bill disputes with carriers and providers if the bill is in excess of $400. As a result of the reduction in cost and the additional services offered by CCW, they were selected once again to perform these services on the Board's behalf.
The new contract reduces the rate of per employee per month (PEPM) pricing from $1.18 to $0.95 per employee, which is a 19.5% reduction in rate from our previous contract. We anticipate the savings to be approximately $25,000 per year. The expected annual premium for these services is expected to be between $95,936 and $103,045 per year.
Approve a three-year contract with two additional annual renewals with Corporate Care Works (CCW) to provide employee assistance provider services.
Information - 11/17/2015
Consent after Information12/8/2015
Authority for Action
Board Policy 3420
Involves Expenditure of Funds Directly in the Classroom
Source of Funding
Mark Langdorf, Director, Office of Employee Benefits & Risk Management, ext. 620
Dr. Debra Pace, Associate Superintendent, Office of Human Resources Services, ext. 200
Attachment: BPS-Health Advocate Proposal.pdf
Attachment: Brevard Public Schools 2016 EAP Analysis_PR rev 10-9-15.pdf
Attachment: BPS-Health Advocate PSA.pdf