Lightening up the year-end blackout period for employee benefits
Vericred’s Blackout Period Change Management effectively eliminates the hassle of changing current-year plan details during open…
There are hundreds of medical and ancillary carriers on the Vericred platform with new carriers being added weekly. With a Vericred integration, all carriers on the Platform are available to you.
Our APIs are consistent across carriers, states, and even lines of coverage. Once you build to our APIs, no engineering is required to scale across states, add new carriers, and even add new functionality.
InsurTech innovators are often surprised and usually frustrated by the lack of carrier APIs. From quoting to provider search to enrollment and member management, we translate the numerous different carrier formats and means into modern APIs to enable your functionality.
There are few, if any, real standards around health insurance and employee benefit data. As a result, building consistent user experiences is incredibly difficult. Vericred applies its proprietary technology to deliver normalized data to its partners. Some examples include a Bakus-Naur Form (BNF) context-free grammar we developed for benefit consistency and easy parsing. Additionally, we normalize enrollment error messages coming back from carriers.
Our partners deploy the savings from not having to build the underlying data and connectivity to building new features, functionality, and user experiences.
Data and connectivity is our business. We know that you are delivering highly sensitive functions. Quotes must be accurate. Enrollments must be completed. Data must be secure. We get it right!
Great products need great foundations. Vericred is critical, foundational infrastructure for our insurance and benefits products at Rippling. We could not have built Rippling without this partnership.
In this report Vericred offers insights for carrier executives into the role ICHRAs will play in reinventing employer-sponsored health…
Whether the shift toward ICHRAs will be as tectonic as the transition to 401(k)s remains to be seen. But there are many reasons to think it…