edHEALTH is nimble, dependable, and an innovative partner.

Omaira Roy
Assistant Vice President for Human Resources, Wheaton College

Wheaton College

The operating budget savings Boston College has realized on healthcare costs through edHEALTH have been beneficial to the College. Through the edHEALTH program, we work directly with plan administrators to offer attractive benefits and comprehensive coverage for our faculty and staff.

Boston College

John Burke
Financial Vice President and Treasurer, Boston College

We control healthcare costs and do so much more as part of edHEALTH. What I find unique is the collaboration among other like-minded schools to uncover new opportunities that will benefit our faculty and staff on multiple levels.

Melissa Fletcher
Assistant Vice President for Finance and Controller, Wellesley College

Wellesley College

I’ve worked with edHEALTH at Wellesley College, Lasell University, and College of the Holy Cross and have witnessed its evolution. The attractive rates speak for themselves, and we appreciate the financial savings edHEALTH provides. Additionally, the collaborative environment affords participating institutions with added benefits and resources.

College of the Holy Cross

Marymichele Delaney
Chief Human Resources Officer

Over the past 10 years, edHEALTH has generated significant faculty and staff healthcare cost savings, enabling colleges and universities to reallocate more money to the core business of education, while also keeping employees’ costs in check. Beyond cost savings, the edHEALTH population health initiatives improve care for employees and family members dealing with complex medical conditions. In addition to achieving attractive healthcare rates, edHEALTH began distributing dividends to member schools in April 2015, years sooner than expected. Now, with a growing number of participating schools, edHEALTH is poised for growth and has scaled up to serve educational institutions across the country.

Stephen Hannabury
edHEALTH Chair and Executive Vice President Emeritus, Olin College of Engineering

Olin College of Engineering

Tracy Hassett, President of edHEALTH and former Vice President of Human Resources at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, is enthusiastic and committed to reducing health care costs. I value her knowledge, resources and the opportunity to work with her and the other edHEALTH schools.

Salve Regina University

Claudia Cavallaro
Associate Director of HR & Benefits, Salve Regina University

It is the culmination of a major strategic initiative for our school. Several years ago, we took the initial step by shifting from a fully insured to a self-insured medical plan to hold down rapidly increasing healthcare costs that threatened our institution as well as our employees. This first move worked out great for us, but we always knew that as a single employer with 375 employees, we lacked the necessary scale and resources, so the next logical step was to join a captive to share risk across a much larger pool of employees. We evaluated several and found edHEALTH to be by far the best fit for our needs, including offering significant savings with minimal disruption to our employees. Our incentives are fully aligned, the health plans are already well designed to serve faculty and staff and their families just like ours, and we can take advantage of innovative best practices with a proven track record of more than 10 years. We are excited to help other independent schools leverage and benefit from our experience and join this growing network of educators working together to solve a pressing need that we all face.

Ben Hammond
Chief Financial and Administrative Officer

The Lawrenceville School

Since joining edHEALTH, we’ve seen a positive impact on overall healthcare expense while gaining more cost transparency.

Brandeis University

Michael DiPalma
Associate Controller, Brandeis University

Working with edHEALTH gave me a renewed appreciation for true partnership. Together, this coalition has experienced direct costs savings and better risk planning with minimal disruption to participants. They are a model of the positive change we can make when you link thought provoking and progressive ideas with the drive to implement them.

Teri Weber
Senior Vice President, Spring Consulting

Spring Consulting Group

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