Doing the Right Thing as a Leader Matters More Than Ever
The pandemic has triggered a time of extraordinary challenges for nonprofits and the nonprofit workforce. As a direct result of COVID, many nonprofit leaders have a renewed focus on addressing employee health and wellbeing -- they believe it is their primary responsibility to safeguard their employees by reimagining their approach to employee health benefits and plan design to ensure that all employees have equitable access to healthcare.
It’s time for nonprofit leadership in Oregon to push the boundaries of employer-sponsored health insurance.
It Can Be Challenging to Know Where to Begin
But we’ve got you covered! Nonstop Administration and Insurance Services, Inc. (Nonstop) is a local mission-based health benefits company that provides robust first-dollar coverage health insurance plan designs to the nonprofit workforce. Nonstop is a proud affinity partner of the National Council of Nonprofits and is a partner of the Nonprofit Association of Oregon.
Nonstop’s flagship program, Nonstop Wellness, has made healthcare more affordable for organizations and their employees.
Designed for nonprofits with more than 50 employees on benefits, the Nonstop Wellness program is a partially self-insured health insurance product created with first-dollar coverage at its core - which can reduce premiums while reducing or eliminating out-of-pocket costs for employees.
First Dollar Coverage
First Dollar Coverage means the employee does not have to pay up-front copays or deductibles to access the care they need. With the awareness of systemic workplace disparities comes a demand for employers to align their health plan design with their diversity, equity and inclusion mission. Now is the time for organizations to reevaluate their health plan design to ensure it's equitable for all staff.
Nonstop Can Partner With Your Benefits Broker
Nonstop understands that your broker is often a trusted advisor and key part of your health benefits purchasing team -- with this in mind, Nonstop can partner with your trusted broker to deliver the Nonstop Wellness program.
Let’s Do This!
If your organization values equitable access to healthcare for all levels of staff and is open to innovative solutions that retain - and protect - hard working staff, Nonstop would be a good fit.
Visit this page for an overview of how Nonstop Wellness works or contact:
Want to learn more about Nonstop’s healthcare benefits solutions?
Contact their dedicated Benefits Advisor, Angerene Aldridge:
Angerene Aldridge is a Benefits Advisor at Nonstop who has over 25 years of experience in account management. Angerene is passionate about helping nonprofits find the right plan design for their organization. To learn more about Nonstop’s plan design offerings, talk to Angerene at 503-449-3892 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in business partnership and collaboration?
Contact their Senior Marketing Manager, Lesley Brown Albright:
Lesley Brown Albright is a Senior Marketing Manager specializing in serving the Northwest region for Nonstop. She has over 15 years of experience fostering relationships and creating collaborative thought leadership solutions in the Oregon community. To learn more about business and community partnerships, reach out to Lesley at 503-309-4586 email@example.com.
An organization’s biggest investment is in its human resources, and they need to be cared for, nurtured, and developed. Offering employee healthcare is one critical way to do this - but it needs to be affordable and accessible to be of real use to Oregon's nonprofit employees. They need to feel that they are secure in both their and their family's health and well-being in order to best serve our communities. Doing this will make a significant difference in the success and sustainability of an organization.
-Jim White, Executive Director of NAO
By providing improved benefits at a much lower cost and with reduced out-of-pocket expenses, both Rogue Community Health and our staff will have more opportunities to use valuable dollars in the areas where they will have the most impact. For RCH that means expanded patient access and staff development, and for employees – that means more money each month for family, home, and other living expenses.
- William North, CEO, Rogue Community Health