Call Center Overview

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Next Generation Enrollment’s Call Centers provide a fully customized experience providing enrollment support, technical support and year-round employee advocacy services. Think of Next Generation Enrollment’s (NGE) Call Centers as an extension of your team to handle day-to-day benefits administration. We are your front line to answer questions, get employees enrolled and help with a host of other employee advocacy needs.

Press Release: How We Saved Grand Rapids Public Schools Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Healthcare Costs

Press Release: How We Saved Grand Rapids Public Schools Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Healthcare Costs

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Next Generation Enrollment Helps Grand Rapids Public Schools Save Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Healthcare Costs

Through NGE’s Dependent Eligibility Verification Audit, Grand Rapids Public Schools (GRPS) Reduced the Ineligible Dependent Burden by Over $800,000 Dollars

ADA, MICHIGAN — September 24, 2015 — Next Generation Enrollment, a full-service benefits administration company, specializing in dependent eligibility verification audits, announced today that it has saved Grand Rapids Public Schools (GRPS) over $800,000 dollars annually in healthcare costs by identifying and removing ineligible dependents.

3 Items ACA Compliance Services Shouldn’t Need to Successfully Work

ACA Third-Party Administrators
ACA Third-Party Administrators Non-Prerequisites

When it comes to taking steps to comply with the Affordable Care Act, there are three things we here at NGE believe you shouldn’t have to worry about when choosing your ACA compliance partner:

  1. Carrier(s)
  2. Payroll Vendor
  3. HRIS System

A good ACA services third-party administrator (TPA) should take care of the process for you.

NGE Expansion into Las Vegas!

ADA, MICHIGAN— October 27, 2014 — Next Generation Enrollment, a full-service benefits administration company, announced today the opening of a new call center in Las Vegas, Nevada, creating up to 50 jobs by 2016.

The call center expansion is necessary to provide support for the company’s growing member and provider services.