SaveOn helps you lower health care costs without changing your benefits or shifting costs over to your employees. And it rewards your employees with a check when they make smart, cost-efficient decisions about their health care providers.
Here’s how it works:
- A member calls SaveOn when their doctor recommends a routine outpatient test or procedure, like lab work or an MRI.
- A SaveOn nurse will compare the cost of health care providers near the member’s home or work, and let the member know if there’s a lower-cost Harvard Pilgrim provider available in the area. The SaveOn team can reschedule the existing appointment and help with any necessary paperwork.
- When a member chooses one of the lower-cost providers, they’re rewarded with a check of up to $75, depending on the service and the associated cost savings. The incentive check is mailed to them after the claim is processed.
- If it turns out the patient is already scheduled to receive services from the lowest cost provider, SaveOn rewards the member $10 just for making the phone call.
It’s that simple. With one phone call, members can find the quality, lower-cost provider that’s right for them and earn a reward in the process.
Massachusetts: SaveOn is currently available in Massachusetts to both self-insured groups and MA fully insured groups of 51 plus employees at discounted rates.
New Hampshire: SaveOn is included with all New Hampshire-based small group plans (up to 50 employees) at no cost to the employer. It is also available to fully and self-insured employer groups of 51 or more eligible employees as an insurance rider.
Call Harvard Pilgrim at 800-848-9995 or visit our employer page to learn more.
-Members enrolled through a MA-based employer may receive a maximum of five SaveOn rewards per calendar year.
-SaveOn is an insurance rider and therefore may not be offered with all Harvard Pilgrim plans. Reward payments are considered taxable income. For tax information on reward payments, please consult your employer. Your plan may require a referral and/or prior authorization before you receive services from the lower cost provider. To ensure the services will be covered, please refer to your plan documents or contact Harvard Pilgrim for more information.