Saratoga Benefits Signs Up Inaugural Aetna/Virtua Partnership in New Jersey

Saratoga Benefits is the first health insurance agent to sign up a New Jersey client to Aetna’s new health insurance program, Aetna Whole Health – Virtua.

The Aetna Virtua Partnership, available in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties, offers a 15-50% cost savings and lower co-pays compared to competitive plans in NJ. It allows patients to have access to doctors within their existing Virtua network, which includes 1600 physicians, sixteen urgent care facilities and three hospitals.

Regal Wine Imports’ Vice President of Human Resources, Heather Gill, explained why the Moorestown, NJ company made this choice.

“Giving our employees choice is important,” said Gill. “Anything we can do to reduce their costs and provide better benefits, while also save money for the company, is a win-win situation.”

In South Jersey, Virtua is known as a major healthcare provider that boasts excellent physicians and quality care, all of which are convenient to the majority of Regal Wine Imports’ employees. Employees still have the ability to go to any Aetna providers and hospitals in their larger network.

“We hope this innovative approach will be successful and that our employees continue elect this choice in the years to come,” added Gill.

Virtua provides services through Virtua Medical Group with 302 physicians and other clinicians, and at its urgent care centers, hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, health and wellness centers, fitness centers, home health services, long-term care and rehabilitation centers, and paramedic program. A leader in maternal and child health services, Virtua delivers nearly 8,000 babies a year. It provides health services to 1,500 businesses, and participates in Virtua Physician Partners, a clinically integrated network of 1,400 physicians and other clinicians. Virtua is affiliated with Penn Medicine for cancer and neuroscience and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) for pediatrics.

To find out more about this new plan just for SJ residents, contact Amy Webb

Photo Caption: Pictured from left— Regal Wines’ employee and AWH-V plan member Peter Caruso, Alfred Campanella; Heather Gill; Amy Webb, President Saratoga Benefit Services; Barbara Gotsch, Aetna; Francine Saraullo, Virtua Vice President, Managed Care.

St. Patty’s Day Art Inspired by Students

For the last 5 years, Saratoga Benefits has been working together with kindergarteners, first and second graders from CamdenForward School, a division of UrbanPromise. Saratoga hosts an art contest at UrbanPromise, with the top five students’ creations featured in Saratoga Benefit’s St. Patty’s Day cards. Students win Target gift cards and Girl Scout Cookies.
Pictured left to right: Kim Pewor of Saratoga Benefits, Sarah Rose Kelley of CamdenForward School, Amy Webb and Madeline Webb of Saratoga Benefits


Healthcare Issues Council Roundtable

Healthcare Issues Council Roundtable
Friday, April 7, 8am-9:30am

Chamber Offices
Fellowship Road, E-502
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054

Roundtable Topic: Curbing Presenteeism: Supporting Employee Caregivers

Guest Speakers: Susan McCann, Vice President of Human Resources, Joanne Rosen, Vice President of Marketing & Public Affairs & Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice

Sponsored By: Saratoga Benefit Services LLC

Learn about:
• The burdens of presenteeism – to both employees and employers
• The importance of advance care planning
• Resources available to your employees
• The value to your employees and your company of engaging in National Healthcare Decisions Day.
Register Here


No-Limit Texas Hold’em Tournament Benefits Moorestown Rotary

Moorestown Rotary is hosting a charitable Poker Tournament to help support the many wonderful service projects Rotarians perform locally and globally. The No-Limit Texas Hold’em tournament will take place on 10/30 at 2pm at the Moorestown Community House.

The buy-in is $75 at the door, or $50 if paid in advance. Checks can be mailed to the Community House 16 East Main Street, Moorestown 08057 (made payable to Moorestown Rotary Charities), Venmo, bank transfers, or cash are also accepted. Rebuys and add-ons will also be available for $50.

Food will be provided + BYOB.

Questions? Contact Sean Rice

What Has Rotary Done for My Business?

By Amy Webb, President, Saratoga Benefit Services

I’ve been a member of the Mooretown Rotary for 9 years. Initially I joined thinking it was a great place to network and meet new people. While it has turned out to be an effective place to make solid business connections, it has exceeded my expectations.

What does rotary do? The mission of Rotary is ‘service above self.’  Our club and its members truly live this motto.  The amount of good that our chapter has done locally and internationally is amazing, from providing over $30,000/year in scholarships to local students to supporting water and solar projects in third world countries.

What has rotary done for you personally?  Being a Rotarian has enhanced my commitment to community service and connected me with a fantastic group of like-minded people.  The saying is true that good things come to good people.  My firm, Saratoga Benefits has always done good things for the community and it has brought good things to our business as well.

Interested in Visiting? The Moorestown Lunch Rotary meets at 12:10pm at the Community House in Moorestown every Thursday.

There’s other options for those who are unable to meet every week but still would like to be a part of rotary:

Corporate Membership: This allows a company to designate several employees under one membership so they can alternate who attends the weekly meetings.

Alternative Meeting Place (AMP): This group meets twice a month in the evenings at Harvest Grill.  This group has the same benefits of a weekly group, but with a reduced time and financial commitment.

Where: Harvest Seasonal Grill, Moorestown NJ

When: 11/1 and 11/15, 5:45 – 7pm

Questions? Contact Amy Webb or Michele Rohan

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Saratoga Benefits Received MBA Spotlight Award

Saratoga Benefits is the proud recipient of the Moorestown Business Association (MBA) Spotlight Award.  The MBA recognized Saratoga Benefits for our ongoing commitment to the community.  We are proud to be a good corporate citizen and supportive of the community where we work and live.  Our philosophy has always been that good things come to good people.  We believe strongly that our ongoing support of local nonprofits and community activities is the foundation to our 18 years of business and personal success.

MBA Spotlight Award Saratoga Benefits 3-16-16


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Winner of Saratoga Benefits’ Greeting Card Design Contest

Saratoga Benefits staff awards prizes to winners of the 3rd annual Valentine Day card design contest.  Each year Saratoga Benefits sends clients and friends Girl Scout cookies and a card designed by students from the Camden Forward School, part of Urban Promise Ministries.

Business Meeting Exclusively for Business Women

Are you looking for ideas on WHAT WORKS for women in business and how to help take your business to the next level? We have combined networking, camaraderie, and education into one. Come and meet like-minded local women in business to share what is working for you as well as the challenges you currently face. Ideas will be offered along with refreshments and a few surprises! We look forward to seeing you there!

DATE: Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016
TIME: 9:00 AM Registration
9:15 -10:30 AM

PLACE: Mt. Laurel, NJ

SPEAKER: Amy R. Webb, RHU, CBC, President
Saratoga Benefit Services, LLC

TOPIC: Having an Educated Consumer is your Best Customer
RSVP: Trudy at (800) 524-1774

Healthcare Issues Council Roundtable

When: Friday, February 05, 2016, 8am – 9am
What: Roundtable Topic: Health Insurance – Choosing the Right Plan for Your Business & Employees

Our interactive roundtable discussion will cover Narrow Networks; OMNIA, Value, High deductible health plans and HSA’s.

Guest Speaker: Amy R. Webb, RHU, CBC, President, Saratoga Benefit Services, LLC

BCRCC Offices
Conference & Training Center
520 Fellowship Road, Suite E-502
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054

Fee: Free for BCRCC members

To register:

Grand Prize!

The grand prize for the 2015 fundraising efforts was a choice of a 1 week stay at an Ocean City beach house or a weekend stay in New York City. This year over $75,000 was raised to support student scholarships for deserving students at Rowan College at Burlington County. The Foundation funds approximately $350,000 per year in student tuition and book scholarships. This event was chaired by Amy Webb for the third consecutive year.