SLPC 25233 10/17 (exp. 10/19)
Aggregate Stop-Loss insurance provides financial protection when the total of all claims under the Specific deductible is higher than expected.
How does it work?
At the end of the policy period, we reimburse the employer for all eligible claims costs above the pre-determined Aggregate deductible level.
Typically, employers choose a Sun Life policy that covers medical and prescription drug expenses. In addition, if the employer wants to add more coverage, we can also provide reimbursement for dental care, short-term disability, and vision care expenses. We offer a wide range of claims bases so coverage can match your needs.
- Wide range of claim bases, with run-in, run-out, and paid options—choose the claims approach that best fits your self-funded strategy
- Terminal Liability—extend coverage for an additional three months following the termination of your stop-loss policy
- Monthly Aggregate Accommodation—allowing monthly reimbursements during the policy year rather than one lump payment at end of the year
We deliver opportunities for you to save.
- Sun Life Nurse Consultants may identify opportunities that can improve patient outcomes and lower claims costs, before and after a stop-loss claim occurs
- SunResources® specialty-vendors access program provides opportunities for significant savings.
- SunExcel® transplant-vendors access program provides opportunities for improved patient outcomes and significant claims savings.
- SunEliteSM medical plan document review service provides an analysis of cost-containment, federal law compliance (including the Affordable Care Act), and discretionary authority language.
Group stop-loss insurance policies are underwritten by Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada (Wellesley Hills, MA) in all states, except New York, under Policy Form Series 07-SL. In New York, group stop-loss insurance policies are underwritten by Sun Life and Health Insurance Company (U.S.) (Lansing, MI) under Policy Form Series 07-NYSL REV 7-12. Product offerings may not be available in all states and may vary depending on state laws and regulations.