For NAHMA-AHMA Members — Important Survey Request on a Possible NAHMA Group Health Benefits Program

For NAHMA-AHMA Members — Important Survey Request on a Possible NAHMA Group Health Benefits Program

NAHMA is currently exploring the possibility of offering a group health benefits program to NAHMA/AHMA members.

Specifically, NAHMA is exploring a partnership with Decisely, an integrated benefits solutions partnership that offers best-in-class benefits, including medical, vision, dental, life insurance, and more. Decisely delivers comprehensive products, pricing, and support options to provide more cost-effective solutions to businesses around the country.

Data shows that group health benefits sourced through a trade association can save participating members up to 30% on benefits and help them retain staff, in that as many as 50% of employees reply to surveys that they would leave their current job for more or better benefits.

With this email, NAHMA is sharing a short, electronic survey to help us assess the viability of offering a group health insurance benefits program to NAHMA/AHMA members.The survey, which will take about 4 minutes to complete, is designed to gauge member interest in a group health plan, and is thus an extremely important next step in NAHMA’s decision-making process for moving forward, or not.

This survey also collects some basic information on your company’s benefit offerings; however, all of your company’s individual survey response information will remain confidential and will not be used for marketing purposes; nor will the information be shared with anyone outside of the Decisely representatives working on evaluating a prospective program.

As a benefit to completing this survey, Decisely will donate $10 (up to $2,000) to the NAHMA Educational Foundation for each submitted survey. 

Please click on the following link to participate in the survey: The closing date/time for participating in the survey is 5 pm eastern on Monday, June 17.

Thank you in advance for assisting with our research to determine if a group health benefits program would be a viable new benefit for NAHMA and AHMA members.