Group Insurance Benefits Safeguarding the health and welfare of a company’s most precious asset, all while balancing cost and business continuity, takes more than just a broker. We’ll show you how the right partner can make all the difference.A strong employee benefits package can be one of the most powerful tools used to attract, retain, and reward your organization’s workforce. We recognize the importance of these benefits and can play a critical role in the design, negotiation, and implementation of group insurance benefits, such as:Life InsuranceDisability Income InsuranceHealth InsuranceLong-Term Care InsuranceAs an independent leader in this marketplace, we are able to leverage our strategic business relationships, large client-base, and access to all the major providers in the industry, in order to assist our clients in providing a comprehensive and cost-effective benefits package to their employees. From a start-up with two partners to a multi-state hospital system with 10,000 employees, our service and industry know-how will bring value and security to your business and the employees that make it successful.As part of the personal relationship and service we provide each of our Group Insurance Benefits clients, we can also assist in the design and implementation of Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), as well as facilitate all COBRA Administration. Even more, each client is always provided one point of contact for any day-to-day administrative questions or when employee issues arise.Health System ServicesAs a sub-specialty of these services, Summit Group of Virginia provides Group Benefit Consulting services to numerous large health systems across the country. Over the years, we have developed a firm understanding of the unique needs, goals, and challenges that health systems face in providing benefits to their employees and executives. Consequently, we have continuously been successful in redesigning their group benefits in order to better meet the organization’s objectives while, in many cases, negotiating a reduction in overall cost.