Health Rosetta Benefits Advisor Code of Conduct
Health Rosetta Certified Benefits Advisors adhere to some key guiding principles.
Good for employees and employers
We resolve to only implement programs and solutions that seek to improve the plan sponsor's bottom line, the plan member's bottom line, and most importantly, the plan member's health.
Programs should do no harm
We resolve that brokers, consultants, and advisors should do no harm to employee health, corporate integrity, or employee/employer finances. Instead we will endeavor to support employee well-being for our customers, their employees and all program constituents.
Employee Benefits and Harm Avoidance
We will only recommend implementing programs with/for employees rather than to them, and will focus on promoting responsible practices for the health plans we serve.
Our choices of programs and strategies shall always prioritize best outcomes at the lowest cost, in that order, with a strong focus on the responsibility that an employer should provide affordable coverage for their employees while respecting the financial integrity of the business.
Respect for Corporate Integrity and Employee Privacy
We will not share employee-identifiable data with employers and will ensure that all protected health information (PHI) adheres to HIPAA regulations and any other applicable laws.
Commitment to Transparency
Our focus shall be to bring transparency to all levels of healthcare financing. From how we get paid, to how insurance companies and PBM’s get paid, and how providers get paid.
Commitment to Valid Outcomes Measurement
Our contractual language and outcomes reporting will be transparent and plausible. The end goal is to improve outcomes and quality of care while lowering costs and the ability to do this shall be measured and reported on in a valid, consistent and accountable format.