Health Insurance

Proudly Partnering with MOCPA to Deliver Healthcare Purchasing Solutions

Simpara Founder and President, Adam Berkowitz, has formed an official partnership with the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants and their benefits team to deliver modern healthcare purchasing solutions for member CPAs and their respective businesses across the state.

Simpara Founder Named as 2018 Rising Star by Employee Benefit Adviser Magazine

It has been an amazing year for us here at Simpara – not only were we honored to be inducted as a charter member of the Health Rosetta Institute, but now Employee Benefit Adviser's 2018 List!

We couldn’t be prouder to be on the list of 20 rising stars in the industry but among thought-leaders and advisors for their impact, innovation, growth, and leadership moving our industry forward.  We’re extremely grateful for this honor, and humbled by what it says about the kind of company Simpara is.

Solving Health Insurance for Small Business

Solving Health Insurance for Small Business

Wouldn’t it be nice to have cost-effective health insurance that you can offer your employees?

Health insurance remains the top valued benefit by job seekers and yet less than 40% of private sector employers offer comprehensive coverage, according to a study by Kaiser Family Foundation. The reason it seems, is that employers find the process of setting up and managing a health plan too arduous. Traditional brokers haven’t made it simple to navigate the complex web of options, reduce the amount of paperwork involved, and allow employees to effortlessly compare their options and enroll in their benefit elections.

4 Pillars of a Modern Benefits Package

4 Pillars of a Modern Benefits Package

Today’s workforce is a growing mix of ages, ethnicities, financial states, and will soon span five generations. Between work and life, employees seek harmony and they increasingly expect their employers to keep up with current trends to provide solutions for their changing needs. According to MetLife’s annual study on benefit trends, 49% of employees are concerned, anxious or fearful about their current financial wellbeing. The traditional, one-size-fits-all approach to benefits is diluted in this evolving environment. Meeting the needs of employees across the spectrum may seem daunting but it is achievable and it doesn’t require busting the budget. Below are the four pillars of a modern benefit package: