According to a news release, these documents are used by TPAs and other benefit consultants to establish employer plans that meet federal regulatory requirements.
The documents, which sell for $1,000 each, will initially be available from the Butler, New Jersey firm only on CD-ROM.
However, MHCO expects to have the documents available through its Internet document-generation service, Internet DOCMAN, in the near future, according to the statement.
“Defined contribution health care plans are gaining momentum as a way both to manage health-care costs and to improve employee health care programs. These so-called ‘consumer driven’ health care plans have the potential to become a significant revenue source for TPAs and benefits consultants in the near future, and our document provides readymade access to take advantage of this opportunity,” asserted Rich Hochman, MHCO president, in a statement.
For more information, go to www.mhco.com .