I’m An Employee: How Do I Work With a Gravie Advisor?
One of the things employees like best about Gravie is the personalized service they receive from Gravie advisors. Once your company decides to make the switch and you and your team complete the Gravie onboarding process, you’ll have Gravie advisors at your side year-round.
All of Gravie’s advisors are licensed and trained, and they work solely for individuals – not for your employer, insurance company, or the government. Advisors can be involved in as little or as much of your healthcare management as you want them to be – and that involvement can start even before you choose a plan for you and your family.
Here are a few ways advisors can help you:
- Advisors help you choose the plan that makes the most sense for you. Once you’re ready to shop for a plan, you can talk with an advisor and tell him or her about yourself, your family, and what you’re looking for in your coverage. The advisor will ask questions about your healthcare habits and help you pinpoint the features you’ll want and need in your plan. With the advisor’s help, you can narrow your plan options and choose the right one for your unique needs.
- They help you make the most of your budget. The advisor will check to see if you’re eligible for government tax credits and help you apply for those credits if you are. From there the advisor will help identify if you have funds available from your employer to help pay for your health insurance and match your choices to what you’re comfortable spending each month.
- Advisors can help with payments. You just tell us how you want to pay, and we take care of the rest.
- They’re there throughout the year to help you overcome health insurance obstacles. Need help finding a new doctor? Figuring out how much a prescription will cost? Understanding and fighting a denied claim? Whatever the issue, Gravie advisors are an email or call away. They’re also available through the Gravie to Go mobile app (available on the App Store or Google Play). Year-round. Whenever you need help.