EBI Wins the 2015 Weatherhead 100 Award for the 3rd Consecutive Year!
The Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University established the Weatherhead 100 Award to celebrate Northeast Ohio's spirit of entrepreneurship and to reward companies that serve as a beacon to all the region's businesses.
Employee Benefits International is honored to receive this prestigious award for 2015 and to be recognized as one of the 100 fastest-growing companies in Northeast Ohio for the 3rd year in a row. Thanks to you, our customers and partners, we were given the opportunity to contribute to the region's growth and vibrant changes.
EBI Named to Inc. 5000 for the Fourth Consecutive Year
For the fourth consecutive year, EBI has been named to the Inc. 5000 list, which acknowledges the top fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. We are grateful to all of our clients for their faith in us, and we look forward to a future of continued growth with your support!
EBI Recognized as a Recipient of the 2015 NEO Success Award for the Third Consecutive Year.
The NEO Success Award recognizes top-performing companies in Northeast Ohio. Established in 1995 as a way to showcase the success of business in the region, the NEO Success Award is presented to the highest achieving companies based on a combined measurement of business success in profitability, revenue and employee growth.
Thank you to all of our valued clients for making this possible!
Ohio May Look to Charge Premiums for Some Medicaid Enrollees
Under the Kasich administration, Ohio Medicaid is seeking federal approval to charge premiums similar to those paid by some low-income Ohioans who purchase coverage on the federal health insurance marketplace. Department of Medicaid Director John McCarthy said the proposed premium would fall around $20 per month for newly eligible Medicaid recipients earning 100-138 percent of FPL. This premium proposal looks to appease lawmakers who will support reauthorizing funds for the Medicaid expansion as long as the state looks at ways to help move individuals off the entitlement.