Updated: Oct 27
In today's unpredictable financial climate, businesses seek solid, reliable solutions. This is where a new player, The TE Group, is making its mark. Thanks to the leadership of Bill Koehler and Michael Neal, The TE Group's Preventative Care Management Program (PCMP) is turning heads and changing the game.
The TE Group's success isn't just about numbers but a fresh approach to old problems. But what's the buzz about PCMP, and why should businesses pay attention?
Understanding the PCMP
Born out of six decades of collaboration with executive and HR teams, the PCMP culminates insights into Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). These KPIs are indicators of how effectively a company leverages its investment in employee benefits and HR. When these KPIs are optimized, businesses may see a return on investment and witness a transformation in their relationship with their employees.
Tailored to each organization's unique goals, this blueprint serves as a roadmap to a successful benefits program. But the journey doesn't end with the creation of a plan. The TE Group ensures continuous monitoring and success measurement, ensuring the program consistently adds value to the organization.
PCMP: A Game-Changer for Employers and Employees
At its core, the PCMP offers a dual advantage. For employers, it presents an opportunity to reduce payroll taxes, enhance employee retention, and positively impact the bottom line. The program promises a net payroll tax reduction of $500 per participating employee annually. Moreover, the financial benefits are tangible, with the potential to reduce claim costs by an average of $1,400 over three years.
On the other hand, employees gain access to many wellness and supplemental benefits. From 24/7 telehealth services, including doctors, nurses, and health coaches, to Mayo Clinic wellness programs and a personal health dashboard, the wellness benefits are comprehensive. Additionally, the program offers supplemental benefits like Universal Life, Short-Term Disability, and Critical Illness Coverage.
The PCMP is designed for organizations with at least ten full-time, W-2 employees with major medical coverage. Once onboarded, the program can be operational within thirty to forty-five days and is fully automated, ensuring a seamless integration into the organization's existing systems.
Final Observations from The TE Group's Leaders
"Innovation is at the heart of everything we do. The PCMP shows our commitment to our clients. We're not just offering a service; we're redefining how businesses view employee benefits," says Partner and Wealth Manager, Bill Koehler.
Partner and Accountant Michael Neal adds, "Our goal with the PCMP is to bridge the gap between employers and employees, to create a win-win scenario. The early feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, and we're excited about the future."
The TE Group's introduction of the PCMP is a bold stroke of color. It's not just about financial metrics; it's about transforming organizational culture. Under the guidance of Bill Koehler and Michael Neal, The TE Group stands a great chance of improving industry standards.