We make things work at work.
We work with your employer to design benefits that keep you, your family, and bank account healthy. Our one-stop Resource Center helps you ensure you get the most out of your benefits:
- Personal financial, benefit counseling and education
- Individual support and knowledgeable help for you and your family
- Big discounts for care and services
- Group rates, tax savings, and other incentives to keep your money in your pocket
From open enrollment to all year long, our Resource Center provides personal assistance to you and your family and offers the tools, information, and resources you need. We’ll help you with some of life’s biggest challenges and important events.
We’ll help you look at what’s available to you at work and fill any gaps that are unique to your personal situation.
What do you need?
Your employer has partnered with Resource Seven to offer you personal service and the best choices at the most affordable cost.
Smart decisions make a difference.
Our resources give you the tools & support to make smart decisions that affect some of the most important aspects of your life.
Timing is everything.
Your situation is unique whether you’re a new employee or a veteran facing open enrollment. Plus, your option to get or change coverage (at home or at work) are limited. Plus, sometimes, if you pass something up initially, you can be declined in the future. Our personal assistance helps you make important decisions.
The period of time each year when you can sign up for or change your benefits.
A (short) period of time that allows you to make changes to your elections outside of open enrollment. Special enrollment is triggered by events in your life such as birth, adoption, marriage, divorce, death, a dependent becomes too old, or you/dependents lose eligibility for coverage. Special enrollment also applies to newly hired/benefit eligible employees. Ask us to find out if you have a special enrollment and what that means to you.
When you need care, arm yourself with good information and use good providers. If things get you down, keep your goal focused on getting well – quicker. And, when you get well – set your goal on staying well longer!
Prescriptions make up 20-30% of healthcare costs. It’s important to be savvy about them!
Split Pills When Appropriate
Taking a tablet that comes in more than one dosage? You may be able to cut your medication costs by cutting higher strength tablets in ½.
Ask About OTC or Generic Meds
Before you fill a prescription, see if a lower cost alternative is available. Consult with your doctor & pharmacist to ensure the course of treatment is covered by your health plan & the most effective for you.
Get Help When You Need It
If you cannot afford your prescription, contact: www.pparx.org or call, toll‐free, 1‐888‐4PPA‐NOW for assistance or search the internet for ‘the name of your prescription & patient assistance.