Coalition Services is an organization solely dedicated to improving health and lowering health care costs for self-funded employers who have collectively come together with a named identity within the local community.

Compensation Disclosure

Coalition Services acts as a consultant for employer plan sponsors of employee health and wellness benefit plans and to their consultants/brokers.

In its capacity as a consultant to plan sponsors, Coalition Services receives compensation in the form of fees from plan sponsors for the services provided to plan sponsor clients. Coalition Services does not receive commissions from insurers for the insurance brokerage services, risk management, consulting, employee benefits and financial services planning provided to plan sponsor clients. If you have questions concerning financial remuneration to Coalition Services in the delivery of professional services please contact Coalition Services directly.

Coalition Services expects all employees to exercise the highest standards of honesty, integrity and fairness in business practice and the conduct of Coalition Services affairs. It is important that we represent the interests of our clients in a sound, reliable and trustworthy fashion. In addition, all officers, directors and employees of Coalition Services must comply with all applicable laws and regulations, and also with our organization’s Ethics Policy.

Privacy Statement

At Coalition Services, we value your trust and are committed to the responsible management, use and protection of business or personal information. When we refer to “you” we mean those individuals and firms who have provided us with business or personal information in conjunction with inquiring about, applying for, or obtaining a financial product or service from us, or those seeking employment opportunities. All financial service companies collect a certain amount of this information to help service customers and administer their business. This Notice describes our policy regarding the collection, disclosure, and protection of business or personal information.

“Information”, as used in this Notice, means information that identifies an entity or individual personally and is not otherwise available to the public. It includes financial information such as credit history, income, financial benefits, policy or claim information. It also includes personal health information such as individual medical records or information about an illness, disability or injury.

Coalition Services collects business and personal information to help service your transactions with us and to support our business operations. This information may be obtained directly from the individuals themselves, from corporate clients duly authorized to release such information and from certain third parties, such as insurance companies. Depending on the type of product or service applied for or obtained through us, personal information may include names, addresses, income, and claim histories.

To serve you and to administer our business, we may share certain business and personal information, only as permitted by law, with affiliates, such as business associates and our employees. We may also share business and personal information, again only as permitted by law, with unaffiliated third parties, such as insurance companies, administrators, and service providers who help us serve you and administer our business.

Our employees have access to business or personal information in the course of doing their jobs, which includes underwriting policies, paying claims, developing new products or advising customers about products and services. All of our employees are required to sign a confidentiality agreement in which they agree to protect the information to which they may have access.

We use manual and electronic security procedures to maintain the confidentiality and integrity of information in our possession and to guard against its unauthorized access. Some techniques we employ to protect information include secured files, user authentication, encryption, firewall technology and the use of detection software.

We are responsible for identifying information that must be protected, providing an adequate level of protection for that data and granting access to protected data only to individuals who must use it in the performance of their job-related duties. Employees who violate our Privacy Policy will be subject to disciplinary action, which may include termination.

Disclosure of your information will only be done with your proper written authorizations or as otherwise permitted or required by law. We will not share your business or personal information with anyone for purposes unrelated to Coalition Services business operations.

This Notice describes the privacy policies of Coalition Services. The privacy policy applies to individuals and firms who obtain or apply for a financial product or service, or have done so in the past, or those seeking employment opportunities. We will continue to follow our privacy policy regarding information even when a business relationship no longer exists between us.