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November 13, 2020 (Cleveland, OH)

The Center for Health Affairs Partners with National Enrollment Services to Provide Access to Expanded Employee Benefits



The Center for Health Affairs, the 104-year-old advocate for Northeast Ohio hospitals, today announced a partnership with National Enrollment Services (NES), a leading provider of Government Tax Credit and Voluntary Benefits Programs for healthcare employees. The strategic partnership will provide The Center’s members and clients access to employee counseling that guides parties to benefits from national tax credit programs and an employee offering that can lower workers' compensation claims.

Founded in 1979, NES services over 1900 nursing homes, assisted living facilities, senior living communities and hospitals across the United States and is endorsed by several state and national healthcare associations. Headquartered in Chicago, NES and their team of multilingual representatives have aided healthcare organizations nationwide with tax credit programs and voluntary benefits solutions that help retain employees and provide significant savings. The partnership comes at a crucial time as healthcare employees and organizations are struggling financially due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

NES is the most recent addition to The Essentials Group’s slate of Staffing, HR and Workforce vendors. Launched in January, The Essentials Group is the newest business line of The Center, providing a portfolio of high-quality products and services aimed to drive efficiencies and bottom-line impact to clients and members of The Center.

About The Center for Health Affairs: With a rich history as the nation's first regional hospital association, The Center for Health Affairs has served as the collective voice of Northeast Ohio hospitals for more than 100 years. The Center continues the legacy of its founders, working collaboratively to increase the efficiency of healthcare delivery, providing insightful healthcare information to the public and undertaking initiatives aimed at improving the health of the community. 

About National Enrollment Services: NES is able to help employees recover valuable “found money” from the government for many lower paid healthcare employees (aides, dietary, housekeeping) which stabilizes retention – at no cost to the facility or hospital.  The program is combined with the offering of low-cost voluntary benefits which have proven to lower Worker’s Comp costs.

For more information, please contact The Center’s Corporate Program Development Manager Candice Kortyka.

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