Alegeus and Boon-Chapman Partner to Streamline Consumer-Driven Health Accounts

Alegeus is partnering with Boon-Chapman, a leading benefit administrator, to deliver a better payment experience and greater value to employer groups. With Boon-Chapman, powered by Alegeus, self-funded employers can take advantage of the full spectrum of consumer-driven health accounts — from HSAs to HRAs to FSAs and more — ensuring better healthcare experiences.

Boon-Chapman is a progressive administrator with an arsenal of innovative, tailored tools to help employers mitigate risk, improve healthcare experiences, and redefine employer-sponsored benefits, including engagement in consumer-driven benefits that reduce costs and improve outcomes. As the healthcare industry evolves and client expectations increase, Boon-Chapman, powered by Alegeus, is providing employers and individuals greatly improved experiences such as modern HSA and investment options, alongside seamless enrollment and claims reimbursement processes.

“For more than sixty years, we’ve delivered not only great value, but have pushed the paradigm for how employers can provide more comprehensive services, and with many employers now leaning on smaller HR teams, efficiency is essential,” said Jarrod Weenum, vice president, strategy, Boon-Chapman. “We’re excited to partner with Alegeus, a market leader with best-in-class technology and a successful track record in benefit funding and payments. Together, we’re bringing unmatched levels of efficiencies and integration to ensure superior healthcare resources and support.”

“Boon-Chapman is a progressive Alegeus partner with a strong value proposition for employers, rooted in a holistic approach to complex benefits administration and improved experiences for individuals,” said Mark Waterstraat, chief customer officer, Alegeus. “By partnering with Alegeus, Boon-Chapman is even better positioned to address the critical challenges both employers and their consultants are facing nationwide, which hinder employers’ capacity to manage, control, and drive down their costs.”