How Worksite Centers Differ

Each employer healthcare center's services, cost-sharing, use privileges, and staffing should be customized to meet the needs of your specific organization and employer benefit strategies.

These must reflect the goals and objectives of the sponsoring employer or labor union, i.e., lowering medical costs, offering convenient access to providers, improving the health and productivity of the population, and reducing unnecessary services and the population's medical needs.


Eligible Population
In most instances, employer healthcare centers are limited to employees/union members participating in a given health insurance plan. However, as the center's value becomes apparent to workers and employers, other covered groups, such as dependents and pre-65 retirees, are deemed eligible to use the services. In over 60% of centers, the services provided by the onsite clinic are free or offered at lower rates than the standard network or community provider rate. However, it's important to note that the IRS requires that "on-site centers" charge a "fair market" rate to persons with HSAs who want to use a clinic that provides more than first aid care.

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