What is Group Health Insurance?
  • Group health insurance is employer-sponsored health coverage for business owners, employees and often for dependents.
    • A majority of Americans have group health coverage through their own or a family member's employer-sponsored group plan. Employers and employees can share costs and there are special tax inc
How does it work?
  • As an employer, you select a group health insurance plan and then invite your employees to enroll.
    • Typically, employers cover at least 50% of each employee's monthly premium, and can also contribute to dependent premiums. The remainder is paid for by the employee.
Is it right for my business?
  • If you want to provide health insurance benefits and you're able to contribute toward employee premiums, group health insurance is the way to go.
    • Offering group health insurance can help you hire and retain the best workers, and the amount you pay toward employee premiums may be tax-deductible. Since no one can be turned down based on medical history, group coverage also protects workers or family members who might otherwise go uninsured.
How do I get started?
  • First, tell us about your company and employees. Then we'll show you health insurance quotes from a number of leading companie in your area.
    • Compare plan rates and benefits to find the best match for your needs and talk with one of our licensed insurance agents for personal help.
Common Questions
  • What are the benefits of providing group health insurance to my employees?
  • How do I know if my company qualifies for group health insurance?
  • Does working with eHealth Insurance cost me anything?