BeneTrac Wins eHealthcare Leadership Award for Benefits Management Platform
BeneTrac has been awarded Best eBusiness Site for Business/Process Improvement Applications or Products for the 2012 eHealthcare Leadership Awards. This marks the eighth consecutive year BeneTrac has received recognition from eHealthcare Leadership.
and other leading industry winners, including UnitedHealthcare Latino Health Solutions, CVS Caremark, AARP, RealAge.com and others were recognized at a special presentation in Las Vegas on November 14 during the 16th Annual Healthcare Internet Conference. The companies and websites receiving the 2012 eHealthcare Leadership Awards were selected from over 1,000 entries, and were judged by 115 individuals familiar with healthcare and the Internet.
“At BeneTrac, we are focused on making sure that our benefits management software is the most accurate and easy-to-use for managing benefits online. We work diligently with brokers, carriers and other partners to ensure that their clients’ complex set of eligibility rules and requirements are integrated into our robust platform. We make the process of enrolling in and managing benefits online simple for all involved,” said Summer Hamilton, vice president of sales for BeneTrac. “We are honored to once again be recognized as a leader for our online benefits management technology.”
The eHealthcare Awards recognizes the very best websites and digital communications of healthcare organizations, online health companies, pharmaceutical/medical equipment firms, suppliers and business improvement initiatives.
Founded in 1999, BeneTrac
is a trusted aggregator of enrollment data for over 500 carriers and is relied on to manage the benefits of over a million members in more than 1,000 organizations throughout the United States. BeneTrac’s technology guides employees through the enrollment process, while ensuring compliance with company and provider eligibility rules, and provides HR, brokers, and carriers with real-time access to up-to-date information. Greater accuracy in enrollment data is ensured through the electronic data exchange of information with carriers, provided in the format that each prefers. The technology is offered through brokers nationwide.