Griffin Meredith exemplifies health plan excellence and stewardship.

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Rosie Award winners are chosen from plans recommended by benefits advisors, solution providers, or clinical leaders who meet two important criteria: a high Plan GraderTM score and excellent use of their Health Rosetta Dividend.

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Griffin Meredith

President/CEO

Commonwealth Insurance Partners
gmeredith@cipky.com
502.631.9600

Health Rosetta Advisor since 2020

As the founder, president and CEO of Commonwealth Insurance Partners, Griffin has specialized in employee benefits design and risk management for 17 years. He is a past president of the Kentucky and Greater Louisville Chapters of the National Association of Health Underwriters, and he serves on the GLI Healthcare Advisory Committee and the Medicaid Task Force, and contributes to numerous other educational and nonprofit entities in Frankfort and Washington D.C. Griffin recently served as a strategic advisor to the newly founded Smoketown Family Wellness Center, and he is a director and secretary of The Lincoln National Bank, a $315-million full-service community bank in Kentucky.

This group pursued the “run” approach in developing a new plan beginning in year one and has continually expanded its activities and offerings. The prevailing compensation climate in rural Kentucky has made the bank’s $0 cost benefits options attractive to and necessary for employees. The bank has consistently decreased premiums and added new benefits. Prior to implementing the plan, the group experienced consistent year-over-year double-digit cost increases and passed on those costs to the employees in a shared-percentage format.

  • Industry: Banking
  • # of Employees: 110
  • Location: Kentucky

Working with Commonwealth, the bank was able to decrease employees’ deductibles and maximum out-of-pocket expenses from $3,000/$6,000 to $1,500/$3,000 in 2021, while decreasing premiums and adding $0 primary care provider options.

  • TPA: HMA
  • PBM: Drexi
  • Stoploss: Companion
  • PrimaryCare: Local Providers
  • Individual Stewardship: Advanta, Local Providers have list of RBP friendly facilities that are $0 options for members
  • Other Solutions: eference-based pricing, $0 redirect options, prescription drug sourcing, $0 cost for local primary care provider care, health advocates, $0 cost ancillary care options.
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