Adapted from a Church Pension Group release

Church Pension Group (CPG) has released the Episcopal Church Medical Trust (Medical Trust) 2016 Denominational Health Plan (DHP) Annual Report.

“This past year we continued to provide a comprehensive healthcare benefits program that not only meets our clients’ unique needs, but also remains affordable when compared with similar options in the broader marketplace,” said John Servais, CPG’s senior vice president of benefits policy and design. “We remain focused on cost containment. The DHP helped us deliver a single-digit average rate increase of 5.5 percent for the 2017 plan year, which compared favorably to exchange rate increases that averaged 24 percent.”

Servais added: “There is a great deal of uncertainty surrounding the ACA, but we are actively monitoring the policy changes that have been proposed by the new administration and Congress. As a member of the Church Alliance, we work with other denominations to monitor developments in Washington, D.C., as they relate to healthcare and other benefits offered by church-related organizations. Our goal is to ensure that the DHP will continue to meet the needs of our clients.”

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