Texas Community Healthcare Plans

PrintCompany name: ETMC Jacksonville and TORCH, Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals

Marketplace name: Texas Community Healthcare Plans

Technology used to power platform:

CEO or Practice Leader: Jack Endres, administrator of ETMC Jacksonville

Main Location / Headquarters: TX

Founded / Exchange Launched: Announced in October 2014 and available to help Texans purchase health insurance during the open enrollment period, Nov. 15 through Feb. 15.

Website: Please click here

Membership/number of lives currently on platform: Not currently available

Segment size preference (“target business size”):  

States of operation (if available):  Available in rural Texas

Are employers required to use a defined contribution:  No, multiple funding options are available though, including defined contribution.

Carriers Offered:

Decision Support: The TCHP exchange has trained, licensed and experienced Texas insurance agents available seven days a week, 24 hours a day through the open enrollment period to assist with enrollment. TCHP is linked to the federal exchange to access enrollment data for tax incentives and premium subsidies available, to help ensure those who qualify receive the maximum allowed benefits.

Employers also may access TCHP to explore options for their employee benefits. Much has changed for employers with new plan options, alternative funding arrangements including defined contribution plans that enable the employer to budget for their cost and enable the employee to purchase plans that best fit their individual family situations.

How Does Exchange Get Compensated:

Standard or Custom Product Configuration:

Do They Utilize Other Technology Company Solutions:

Single-carrier or Multi-carrier: Single