Private Exchanges for Retirees Get Second Look From Employers

Private exchange solutions for both early retiree and Medicare-eligible retiree health benefits are seeing a resurgence, driven by attractive pricing in the Medicare Advantage (MA) space and a more stable individual market, says a Willis Towers Watson analysis.

While still a very small slice of the employer health benefit space, these plans could see more uptake in 2021 as companies seek more predictable costs for their retirees, particularly in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, says John Barkett, senior director of policy affairs at Willis Towers Watson.

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