Executive Guide

Using First-Dollar Coverage to Optimize Employee Health Benefits

How the innovative first-dollar coverage approach to health plan design can improve the financial security and well-being of your workforce

It's time to rethink employer-sponsored health insurance.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought an existing healthcare crisis into focus: shortcomings and inequities with traditional insurance plan design. Even among the employed, healthcare costs account for an inordinate amount of household income. For employers, insurance plans are too often a question of cost and risk, not often enough a question about employee health and well-being.

Nobody should have to choose between their physical health and financial stability. In this guide, discover how first-dollar coverage can remove the financial barriers to accessing care, ensuring greater health equity for all employees and their families. As an employer, you will discover:

  • How a first-dollar coverage approach helps employers, employees and their families
  • The benefits of first-dollar coverage in the context of traditional plan design options
  • What makes the first-dollar coverage approach from Nonstop Health unique
  • How we can work together to support greater equity in healthcare

Speakers include:

Rachel Johnson

Rachel Johnson
Vice President of Sales

Rachel creates customized benefits packages for nonprofits and is a first line of contact for those interested in a savings analysis. She is committed to supporting community health, and access to affordable healthcare for everyone. Rachel spends most of her free time with her family, especially playing with children.

Derreck Smith

Derreck Smith
Senior Marketing Manager 
Derreck is passionate about creating people-focused strategies and programs that retain employees, maximize performance and strengthen teams. He is currently responsible for the development and growth of relationships with nonprofit industry associations through authentic connections and educational content. 

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