edHEALTH is nimble, dependable, and an innovative partner.
Assistant Vice President for Human Resources, Wheaton College
The operating budget savings Boston College has realized on healthcare costs through edHEALTH have been beneficial to the University. Through the edHEALTH program, we work directly with plan administrators to offer attractive benefits and comprehensive coverage for our faculty and staff.
Financial Vice President and Treasurer, Boston College
The money Salve Regina has saved on healthcare costs through edHEALTH has been greatly beneficial to our bottom line. Through the edHEALTH model, we work directly with plan administrators to offer attractive benefits, a broad provider network, and comprehensive coverage to our faculty and staff.
Vice President for Administration & Chief Financial Officer, Salve Regina University
The financial success of the Educators Health Exchange, edHEALTH’s stop-loss captive, is impressive. It’s a pleasure to work with a group committed to effective risk management strategies.
Vice President and Regional Director, U.S. Captive Management Services, AIG
The collective knowledge of the member schools and staff is a valuable resource, and it’s exciting that edHEALTH is growing.
Director of Benefits and Wellness, Brandeis University
I’ve worked with edHEALTH both at Wellesley College and at Lasell University 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.
Director of Human Resources, Lasell University
Over the past six 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.
edHEALTH Chair and Executive Vice President Emeritus, Olin College of Engineering
It’s a pleasure to be part of a forward-looking organization.
Associate Director of Benefits, Wellesley College
edHEALTH is very innovative at finding ways to leverage data to find healthcare cost reduction solutions. We enjoy and value our partnership.
Vice President, Clinical Services Account Relations, HCMS KnovaSolutions (dba Workpartners)
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.
Senior Vice President, Spring Consulting
edHEALTH staff is professional and a true partner in providing healthcare solutions for our school.
Chief Financial Officer, MATCH Education
Since joining edHEALTH, we’ve seen a positive impact on overall healthcare expense while gaining more cost transparency.
Associate Controller, Brandeis University
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.
Associate Director of HR & Benefits, Salve Regina University