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The Builders Benefit Trust Composite Plans

The Builders Benefit Trust Composite Plans offer discounts up to 40%! (Must pass underwriting)

Step 1. Pick Your Plans

The Builders Composite Plans Benefits at a Glance
Builders AHP Composite Renewal 2023 – Hometown Health will be extending the current contract for all existing Builders AHP Composite groups. The renewal will now take place on 7/1/23. We are excited to provide your clients three additional months on their current rates.

Step 2. Determine Your Eligibility

Every employer must be able to comply with the requirements of The Builders Eligibility Attestation annually (to be turned in with the Adoption Agreement in Step 4).
Every employer must also meet the standards in the Association Health Plan Participation Requirements and Composite Plan Underwriting Guidelines.
Additionally, for Composite Plan eligibility, your group must pass underwriting by:
        • Providing a complete census AND
        • Providing claims data to Hometown Health (if available) AND
        • For groups with fewer than 10 employees, providing, for each employee, completed and signed Medical Assessment Forms (English Version) (Spanish Version).
If you are not eligible for a Composite Plan, you may still enroll in a Builders Age-Banded Plan.

Step 3. Become a Builders Association Member

Enroll in The Builders Association by completing the Membership Application.
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Step 4. Apply for Health Coverage

To help you with the health coverage application process, please use the Group Application Checklist.
Complete the The Builders Adoption Agreement – Composite Plans.
Complete and turn in the Builders Eligibility Attestation (required annually for all new and renewing groups).
For partnerships with no employees, complete the Business Attestation Form.
All employers must complete the Common Ownership Attestation Form.

Step 5. Enroll Your Employees

Every employee must complete either an Enrollment Form OR the Waiver of Health Insurance.

Step 6. Complete iSolved COBRA Service Agreement

COBRA must be made available to all eligible The Builders Benefit Trust Fund employees and their dependents when they terminate employment, have a reduction in hours or otherwise become ineligible for coverage. COBRA must be made available regardless of the number of employees. 
Please download and complete the iSolved COBRA Service Agreement and submit it to your Hometown Health Account Manager or identify who will administer COBRA for the group.

Step 7. Distribute Documents to Your Employees

The Summary Plan Description (SPD) Wrap Document as well as the applicable Evidence of Coverage and Schedule of Benefits should be printed and distributed to every employee as described in the SPD Guidelines for Distribution.
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