Marketplace name: Retiree Health Access® (RHA)
Technology used to power platform: eHealth technology
CEO or Practice Leader: Larry E. Steward, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, DTE Energy.
Main Location / Headquarters: Washington, DC
Founded / Exchange Launched: 2014
Website: Please click here
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Carriers Offered: A choice of multiple competing carriers for individual policies in addition to group health coverage options underwritten by Aetna.
Decision Support: Retirees will find tools and information that bring much-needed transparency, so they can make informed choices about health care and health and related benefits. Retirees and their caregivers have access to a customized web portal where they can learn about and become more familiar with their benefit options. The RHA web portal will feature a number of innovative tools and programs to assure that all retirees and their family members have ongoing support to navigate the health care system regardless of which carrier or coverage option they choose. These include:
- The iTriage application can help members understand their symptoms, find medical care and even make appointments from the convenience of a smartphone;
- Cost Estimator Tool to help members learn the cost of a service at a particular doctor or facility before receiving care – an innovation that is taking health care costs out of the “black box.”
- Involvecare will help members keep their family and close friends involved in their healthy and busy lifestyle through a private family care network.
- Dedicated call center with licensed professionals
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Single-carrier or Multi-carrier: Multi-carrier and single carrier