Why Be Self-Funded?
Self-funding your employer health plan offers a greater level of control and savings than fully-insured coverage. Self-funded employers have greater control about their plan’s benefits and ancillary services, medical and pharmacy networks, and member contributions. Best of all, you pay only for actual member claims received, rather than pooling premiums with employers who may have less healthy populations.
You keep any money that doesn’t go toward paying claims… and MedBen helps you keep as much of that money as possible.
If you’re fully insured, MedBen can assist you in making the switch to self-funding. And if you already have a self-funded plan in place, you’ll find that we offer outstanding service and benefit management tools.
Dedicated to helping your plan succeed.
If you’re a current MedBen client, we are pleased to serve your business and help you succeed… and if you’re not, we’d welcome the opportunity to work with you.
Here you’ll find links to useful plan administration resources. Should you need further assistance, please contact your dedicated Account Representative team.
And thanks again for choosing MedBen!
Use this secure 24/7 service portal to access claims and benefits information. If you need assistance logging in or using the site, please contact your team of dedicated Account Representatives.
PLEASE NOTE: The reporting platform will not work in the Internet Explorer browser. Please use Firefox or Google Chrome for best results.
When the opening screen appears, simply type in the MedBen password mbc26 (case sensitive) and press the “Enter” button on your keyboard.
If you have any questions regarding qualified medical expenses under your MedBen plan, please contact your team of dedicated Account Representatives.
- Frequently Asked Questions about using the debit card (PDF).
- Download a list of participating pharmacies, discount stores and supermarkets that can identify FSA-eligible items at checkout using an Inventory Information Approval System (IIAS).
- Download a list of participating pharmacies, discount stores and supermarkets that do not use IIAS, but 90% of whose sales come from medical care items (thus making them FSA-eligible).
Notice of Appeal/Designation of Authorization Form – Plan members wishing to file a formal appeal of a disputed claim should use this form. They can also designate another entity to file an appeal on their behalf.
MedBen clients who use pharmacy networks other than Ventegra or PDMI can typically access formulary information through that network’s website. Visit the Networks page for pharmacy network links.
Tell Your Broker!
Like what MedBen has to offer and want to let your broker know? We’ll help you take the first step.
Just click on the link below… it’ll create an e-mail for your broker, complete with message. Just replace the “TO” email address with your broker’s, plug in your names, and you’re good to go!