Employee Resources

Our Resource Center – online and by phone – gives you access to:

  • Plan summaries & documents
  • Cost information
  • Address & beneficiary changes
  • Decision support
  • Provider network information
  • Website links & videos
  • Enroll, decline or make changes
  • Plan contacts
  • Resource Seven has a multitude of resources to help you navigate your employee benefits & other insurance, wellness & financial needs you might have.

    Easy Apps

    Easy Apps is a tool to assist your employer with health plan quotes.  If your employer requested that you complete this process, use this link to login.

    If you need assistance with your login, please contact us at 1-844-Seven07

    Complete your Medical Questionnaire

    Online Enrollment

    Our full service on-line benefit exchange, provides you with easy access to important benefit and Human Resources related information 24/7 – 365. 

    Our site is your central point of benefits management – placing the control of your benefits in your hands and is accessible from any device with an internet connection.  (There’s also an app – making access on the go friendlier!)

    If you need assistance with your login, please contact us at 1-844-Seven07

    Do you need help navigating the Online Enrollment system? Make sure to check out the following videos:


    Be informed and make wise use of your time. Tools and resources can help you gage the quality of care and out of pocket costs for care.

    Good RX

    Use GoodRx’s drug price search to compare prices (just like you do for travel or electronics on other sites) for your prescription at pharmacies near you. We don’t sell the medications, we tell you where you can get the best deal on them. GoodRx will show you prices, coupons, discounts and savings tips for your prescription at pharmacies near you.

    Use cost estimators at your plan’s member website or an independent site such as:  www.fairhealthconsumer.org

    Compare providers and quality of care at your plan’s member website or www.medicare.gov or www.healthgrades.com


    You can only enroll in a health plan certain times of the year:

    • Annual Open Enrollment, or
    • If you become newly eligible, or
    • If you experience a Qualifying Life Event

    Not all plans are created equal – understanding the differences in coverage and provider access are key.  Choose where you get coverage wisely.  You can only get health coverage from the following sources:

    • At work (if offered)
    • Individual/Medicare Market (renews January 1)
    • healthcare.gov (renews January 1)

    Have coverage or pay a penalty.

    However, some people qualify for an exemption based on income or other factors.  For more info, visit:   www.healthcare.gov.


    If you’re working and Medicare eligible or covered by Medicare, you may be able to:  retain your employer sponsored health plan, if any, and/or solely elect Medicare and enroll in a Medicare Supplement and Medicare Drug Plan.

    Consider your options at work versus those you can obtain individually carefully.    Some employer sponsored health plans may require you to obtain both Medicare A & B when you become eligible.  And, if you’re covered under an employer plan and Medicare – you may have questions about who pays first.

    To learn more, visit  www.medicare.gov.

    Call us at 1-844-Seven07 for a review of your Medicare Options