Clients who partner with LHD stay. We’re in your corner negotiating the best rates and delivering successful, High Performing Plans for your employee health benefits year after year. If you’re ready to switch your benefits advisor for the last time, give us a call.
Our values are the foundation to putting clients first.
We are committed to hiring and developing talented people and empowering them to deliver forward-looking strategies and innovative solutions.
We are committed to acting with the utmost integrity and transparency in our daily interactions with employers, their employees, and each other.
We are determined to deliver the highest quality and service possible through innovative, outcomes-driven solutions.
We work collaboratively to develop and nurture relationships based on mutual trust, respect, and accountability.
We challenge ourselves to identify and apply creative solutions to address the changing needs of employers and their employees.
GROWING WITH OUR CLIENTS
21 Years ofExperience
We are a learning organization, leading change, and committed to excellence. We are a true partner to our clients and exist to deliver for them.
We do this by listening to their unique challenges, creating forward-looking benefits plans, and then seamlessly implementing and advocating for them.
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"LHD has been a vital part of serving our employees for the past two decades. So much so, we’re thinking of giving them a parking space in our garage!"
Director of Accounting
Materials Processing Inc.
"LHD is very responsive to our needs and proactive in its style of working with clients. They take the time to understand our challenges and design a work-plan and calendar that fits our needs."
"LHD has helped us develop effective strategies and solutions that address our financial goals from a benefits perspective, while also addressing and improving the health and wellness needs of our employees."
Many find the road to financial well-being to be tough, and the pandemic is likely creating additional obstacles on that path. This article explores the importance of financial well-being and how employers can help employees, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On October 29, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Department of Labor (DOL), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) (collectively, the Departments), released final rules on coverage transparency, in order to provide health coverage recipients with an estimate of their potential cost-sharing liability for health-related services prior to the receipt of care.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), diabetes is the seventh-leading cause of death in the United States. More than 34 million Americans have diabetes, and 1 in 5 of them have not been diagnosed.