Group Purchasing By HPSI

HPSI, LeadingAge Washington’s Preferred Group Purchasing Provider, offers the most inclusive benefits, discounts, and services for our members. HPSI provides an unparalleled network of local, regional and national contracts that provide substantial volume discounts and low prices on a wide range of quality name-brand products, services, and equipment. Benefits also include Local Representative, Access to Committed Vendors, Personal Consultation, and Reports to aid in purchasing and budget planning.  Benefits and More

Contacts: Ella Groth (Westside) EllaG@hpsionline.com; Traci Palelek (Eastside) TraciP@hpsionline.com 

Group Employee Benefits (Ex. Medical, Dental, Vision & other)

USI Insurance Services (formerly Kibble & Prentice) help members provide their employees with solutions for medical, dental, vision, and other benefits uniquely crafted for our members only. USI has compiled a full-service team to work directly with LeadingAge Washington members. This creates a single point of contact for all benefits related questions, as well as provides access to USI’s professional benefit analysis. This team will also provide support in creating communication pieces, open enrollment, education assistance, wellness strategies, and more. We encourage you to contact USI at AgingServicesbenefits@kpcom.com or (206) 577-5990 for more detailed information and to get started. More

Group Retrospective Ratings Program (Retro)

Comprehensive Risk Management (CRM) Terry Peterson, President; Through the expert management of our claims administrators and our members’ dedication to ensuring safe workplaces, our group has distinguished itself as a top performer, consistently surpassing similar Retro programs. Since its inception in 1983, our Retro program has received premium refunds in every year except 1985. These refunds total more than $62 million, consistently averaging 40% of premium over the last 12 years and 36% since inception.

For Retro questions, contact Angie at anapier@LeadingAgeWA.org 

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