Who we are

We are leaders of employer-sponsored health care benefit providers. Our members include vice presidents, directors and managers of employer-sponsored benefit plans, as well as health care providers, insurance carriers, consultants and industry professionals.

What we do

We work to keep those responsible for employer-sponsored health plans informed of legislation, regulations and other external factors impacting their roles in providing employer-sponsored health benefits. We advocate for public policy that empowers employers to create programs and policies to support a productive, healthy and engaged Idaho workforce. We keep our members informed about the latest trends and programs to help them keep their workers healthy and productive.

Our next meeting

Our meetings are held the third Thursday of each month.

When: Sep 21, 2017 @ 07:30 AM


Topic: “Time for a break!” EHCI takes the summer off. See you in September!

Meeting Details

Benefits of Joining EHCI:

If you are responsible for developing strategy, plan design or administration of employer-sponsored health care plans, you will find the Idaho resources and support to help you succeed.
  • We keep employers informed of changes in both federal and local laws and regulations that impact the work you do.
  • We are a powerful voice influencing public policy.
  • We expose you to health care benefit thought leaders who share the latest in plan strategy, design and administration.
  • We provide an environment to network and learn from your peers.
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EHCI News Update 2

Fit to Print. News Update 1/30/2017

Leading the News Health Insurers Warn They May Exit Markets If Individual Mandate Is Repealed. On its website, CNN Money  Read More

EHCI News Update 2

Fit to Print. News Update 1/27/2017

Leading the News Ryan, McConnell Expect ACA Replacement Legislation On House Floor By End Of March. The Washington Post  (1/26, Read More

EHCI News Update 2

Fit to Print. News Update 1/26/2017

Leading the News Health Insurers Taking Steps To Help Shape ACA Replacement Proposals. Reuters  (1/25, Humer, Cornwell) reports that health Read More