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Public School Alliance Names Plan Advocate to Evaluate Services
Date:3/24/2009

LINCOLN, Neb., March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- In keeping with its mission to provide affordable, responsive health care for Nebraska school educators, administrators and board members, Educators Health Alliance (EHA) has contracted with a Health and Dental Plan Advocate. This individual will provide cost-effective methods for communicating insurance benefit changes and updates to school district employees who participate in the plan. The Plan Advocate will answer questions from employees who call the EHA's new toll-free phone number as well as direct questions to the appropriate party.

EHA selected Kurt Genrich as its Plan Advocate based on his successful 20-year career working with Nebraska city, county and school employers, as well as serving on civic boards. Genrich will lead a team that will enable EHA to:

  1. Strengthen two-way communication with plan participants through regional listening sessions, online surveys and meetings with subgroups
  2. Exhibit at annual association conferences and provide updates at EHA board and executive meetings
  3. Establish a quarterly newsletter and other participant communication materials to notify participants of changes or updates in its health insurance plans

EHA is comprised of over 250 Nebraska school districts insuring over 75,000 Nebraska employees and their families. The EHA board's decisions are a collaboration between three statewide educational organizations: the Nebraska State Education Association, Nebraska Council of School Administrators, and Nebraska Association of School Boards. For more information on EHA, visit EHAplan.org or call 1-866-465-1342.


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