OHA partners with American Fidelity Administrative Services, LLC

Posted On: 1/29/2014


Health care reform has introduced added responsibilities to your organization that will take up valuable resources and time. The Oklahoma Hospital Association understands the challenges our members face in keeping up with these transitions and is committed to supporting your needs. That’s why we have partnered with American Fidelity Administrative Services, LLC (AFAS) to be our Association’s trusted source with health care reform.  

In addition to the extensive experience and services available through AFAS, we partnered with AFAS because of its independence. AFAS does not insure major medical coverage and can therefore offer an objective view of all available options. 

Whether you are looking for more comprehensive strategic planning and administrative assistance, or just some guidance with health care reform-related questions, AFAS provides an end-to-end solution by offering a variety of services that can assist with managing the developing law.

The services available to OHA members include:
  • Implementation Packages, AFAS offers a variety of implementation packages to provide you with a simple health care reform solution;
  • Strategic Benefit Consulting Services, including an affordable, flat fee retainer that gives employers access to their consultant all year;
  • Health Care Reform Eligibility Management Software, to assist in managing the free rider penalty;
  • Employee Notice and Reporting, to assist with the notice and reporting requirements to individuals and federal agencies; and
  • Variable Hour Employee Premium Billing, to assist with billing and collecting premiums for variable hour employees. 
This partnership is just one more way OHA is growing the value of your membership. You are encouraged to meet with Bob Fleet to learn more. You can reach Fleet at (800) 450-3506, ext. 5309 or bob.fleet@americanfidelity.com
(Mary Winters)

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