Commonwealth Insurance Partners is based in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, and was founded with the goal of providing affordable employee benefits and group health insurance with a level of service that employers won’t want to leave. In addition to achieving high satisfaction of business owners, their employees are likewise highly satisfied with the robust medical, health, and wellness coverage we are able to provide for their families, particularly with our exclusive Association Health Plans (AHP’s) which give small businesses the big benefits of larger companies, but at small-group rates.
In addition to providing exclusive Association Plans, CIP works with employers to determine the best fit of employee benefits for their workers and families, and we customize risk and cost optimally for the business with funding options. We can arrange level-funded and partially self-insured plans as well as various underwritten small business solutions.
- The Commonwealth Insurance Partners C-Suite Survival Guide (PDF)
- The Commonwealth Insurance Partners NextGen Benefits Quality Brochure (PDF)
Partners at CIP are leaders in local, regional, and national healthcare administration, including the former president of the National Association of Health Underwriters (Louisville Chapter), the current President and former Secretary-Treasurer of the National Association of Health Underwriters (Kentucky Chapter), GLI Healthcare Advisory Committee, and the GLI Medicaid Task Force. We have had opinions admitted into (and referenced on the floor of) the Small Business Subcommittee of the United States Senate on matters relating to the American Healthcare Delivery System.
At CIP, we are simply dedicated to providing employee benefits that maintain the best health of an employer’s most vital assets — its employees and their families — at affordable rates, and with service that truly can’t be beaten. We love to prove it, so we look forward to that opportunity, beginning by discussing your company’s needs and quoting your options for meeting them.