MEC MVP Plans by ARCHER JORDAN

The ARCHER JORDAN Workforce – MEC

The Workforce MEC plan is designed to be a minimum essential benefit plan. Minimum Essential Coverage Plans are designed to provide 100% coverage for the 64 preventive and wellness services as designated by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Employers that employ 50 or more full-time (or full-time equivalent) employees are required as of January 1, 2016 to provide at least a Minimum Essential Coverage group health benefit plan to comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

Key Features:

  • Provides coverage for the 64 preventive and wellness services for Minimum Essential Coverage.
  • First dollar coverage – no deductibles or co-insurance.
  • No medical underwriting required.
  • No waiting periods.
  • No pre-existing condition limitations.
  • Designed to be integrated alongside a Workforce Minimum Value Plan (MVP) and buy up plans.

Unlike any other preventive / wellness service plan on the market today, ARCHER JORDAN plan participants enjoy the following enhanced benefits:

64 Preventive and Wellness Services

Includes 15 covered preventive services for Adults (ages 18 and older), 23 covered preventive services for Women (including pregnant women), and 26 covered services for children.

Workforce Telemed Consultations

Access to licensed physicians 24/7/365 via phone or e-mail, available as a buy-up benefit at $0 Copay for Workforce plan participants.

Employee Discount Portal

Available as a buy-up benefit, our Workforce program has access to Workforce Discounts, a unique employee discount program designed to save plan participants money.

PPO Network Discounts

Through our PPO network partnerships, HealthyEssentials plan participants have access to network discounts on major medical services.

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