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Let’s face enrollment is not a time your employees look forward to each year. From rising costs to confusing new offerings and regulations, there are many elements that rarely warrant happy faces amongst your people. Plus, consideration of all of those hours your team is focused on the details and administrative hassles, it just takes them away from actually doing your company’s business.

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Does this sound familiar?

A couple of months before your renewal, you hear from your broker. “It’s that time of year again!” (You’re thinking a very sarcastic “great”.) “We’ll be getting your renewal soon.”

It’s that annual surprise you get every year. It could be good. It could be bad. Either way, it’s going up and you can never seem budget properly for it.

You're presented a market analysis on your medical benefits - from all of only a few remaining companies.

You raise the deductible, out-of-pocket, and copays (if you still have them). You do whatever to get it to a reasonable cost while still having a plan left your employees might value, their spouses might value, will be affordable, and doesn’t eat up any annual pay raise they might receive.

You hope the other items - Life, Dental, Disability, etc. - don't increase too much, but you’re typically expected to manage through it if and when they do.

Then you have Open Enrollment – the big paper-storm. Forms and more forms, booklets, spreadsheets, and the ever-popular group meetings where this wonderful news (not!) about the new benefits your company is offering to your most important asset (and their families) is rolled out.

Soon, the likely least popular time of the year ends only to be repeated about nine months later with a few issues handled by your broker in-between.

And it’s been like this for years!
How’s it working for you?
Are you able to maximize the success of your business this way?

If this doesn’t hit home, move on to the next priority – but please, before doing so, send your broker a quick thank-you email, phone call, or gift basket.

If this does hit home and you think there has to be another way.
A better way.
A simpler way.
Call us at 615.806.6293, email us at

Virtus is your direct line to simplify.


Every employer is concerned about the continued rising cost of providing medical benefits – it compromises the bottom line.
Every employee is concerned about the cost of medical benefits – it cuts into their take home pay every year.

To ease the financial weight on employers and employees, Virtus gives simple strategies that serve as your direct line to accomplish budgetable and predictable costs.

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Our “Virtus Card” is a simple care card offered to each of your employees. This card serves as their direct line to someone in our office who works for them (not the insurance company) to resolve any matter or answer any question they have.

It’s our promise to you that what’s important to them is just as important to us.

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With our simple tools, all HR needs to do can be done in less than one minute when it comes to taking an employee through the onboarding, benefits administration, and payroll process. This allows your HR team to spend more time on what’s important – culture, employee care and relations.

Our simplified approach allows you to take care of your company employees the way you want them taken care of.

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