Lovitt & Touché Launches Private Healthcare Exchange

Lovitt & Touché today announced the launch of ClearPath Prime, a newly designed private exchange that allows employers to manage the selection of employee healthcare benefits.

An industry leading technology platform, ClearPath Prime is designed for employers to customize a menu of benefit options, allowing employees the flexibility of determining the plan that best suits their needs. ClearPath Prime enables employees to understand the relationship between their individual healthcare needs and the coverage available. The system gives employees more control, choice and engagement in their personal and family health benefits and to make employer healthcare costs more predictable.

“ClearPath Prime is a revolutionary benefits program that opens opportunities for employers to redesign the delivery of healthcare and other benefits for their employees,” said Steve Touché, President of Lovitt & Touché. “This new approach puts employees at the controls of their healthcare and benefits to better customize what they need for their families.”

Lovitt & Touché benefits specialists are available to assist employers in determining if ClearPath Prime is the right fit for their company.

“Our aim is that ClearPath Prime will enable employees and their families to receive the care, service and support they need year-round instead of just during enrollment periods,” Touché added.

Healthcare Reform has changed the nature of employee benefits and it continues to evolve. Lovitt & Touché is hosting free informational seminars to help provide the latest information on Healthcare Reform and an in-depth discussion of ClearPath Prime on the following dates:

February 12, 2014: 9:45 – 11:30 a.m. and 1:45 – 3:30 p.m., 1050 W. Washington Street, Suite 233, Tempe, AZ 85281

February 13, 2014: 9:45 – 11:30 a.m., Radisson Suites Tucson, 6555 E. Speedway Blvd.. Tucson, AZ  85710

For more information on ClearPath Prime, email benefits@lovitt-touche.com.


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