Savings. Ownership. Innovation. Transparency.

edHEALTH is the proven employee healthcare solution for higher education and secondary schools. Member-owner schools have realized a total of $125,000,000.00 in savings since edHEALTH’s inception.

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The principles we commit to


Results show that edHEALTH’s unique, member-focused approach is working. Member-owner schools have realized a total of $125,000,000.00 in savings since our inception. Through edHEALTH's purchasing clout, we consistently negotiate lower costs with less volatility than schools can access on their own. Person-centric clinical health initiatives also help us improve quality of care and reduce costs for those who need it most. The bottom line: employee satisfaction, high quality of care, and valuable savings you can pass along to students and families.


edHEALTH is a member-owned consortium run by and for its educational institutions. As a member, you share in the savings generated by the group. Member-owners control and have a meaningful say in the decision-making process. You'll enjoy direct access to plan administrators and multiple forums for sharing and learning from one another. Ask any of our members and they’ll tell you — collaboration is a key benefit of belonging to edHEALTH.


Health insurance works when employers have the data they need to make informed decisions. edHEALTH’s transparent approach means member educational institutions are apprised of all rate components. And, our collaborative approach enables colleges and universities to compare cost utilization, trends, and best practices with other member schools.


edHEALTH is the innovative healthcare solution for higher education institutions and secondary schools along with their faculty, staff, and family members. Our self-insured healthcare offerings are tailored to meet the needs of our members. Through data analysis, groundbreaking programs, and decision support, we help educational institutions select programs that meet their needs while containing rising healthcare costs.

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Helping Higher Education Institutions Save Money on Their Employee Health Insurance Costs

edHEALTH helps higher education institutions and secondary schools save money on their employee health insurance costs, facilitates HR and finance collaboration, and uncovers innovation opportunities to improve health and value.

Our Members
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We help higher education institutions save money on faculty and staff healthcare costs

Our healthcare solutions help colleges, universities, and secondary schools save money so they can focus on their mission of educating students.

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This is what people say about us.

Wheaton College

Omaira Roy

Assistant Vice President for Human Resources, Wheaton College

edHEALTH is nimble, dependable, and an innovative partner.

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Boston College

John Burke

Financial Vice President and Treasurer, Boston College

The operating budget savings Boston College has realized on healthcare costs through edHEALTH have been beneficial to the...

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David White

Vice President and Regional Director, U.S. Captive Management Services, AIG

The financial success of the Educators Health Exchange, edHEALTH’s stop-loss captive, is impressive. It’s a pleasure to work...

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Salve Regina University

William Hall

Former Vice President for Administration & Chief Financial Officer

The money Salve Regina has saved on healthcare costs through edHEALTH has been greatly beneficial to our bottom line. Through...

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