A news release said for AUL policyholders requiring a maximum specific benefit, R.E Moulton will continue providing annual maximums with options of up to $10 million in coverage.
“We remain confident that self-funded health plan employers are best positioned to manage medical trends while adopting measures that are consistent with health reform laws,” said Bill Knarr, president of the Indianapolis-based R.E. Moulton, in the news release. “These actions speak to our commitment toward remaining a leading solutions-driven, flexible stop loss insurance source.”
R.E. Moulton said it is also implementing limited requirements to simplify the process for self-funded health plans extending dependent health coverage to age 26. As employer plans begin to implement this change, R.E. Moulton will require only the submission of a valid plan amendment or other restated plan document in advance of the proposed effective date.
More information about the company is at http://www.oneamerica.com/wps/wcm/connect/REMoulton.
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