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June 9, 2022
  Employer Newsletter
#PAI is excited to announce the newest member of the account management team, Jenna Davis! Jenna is a marketing representative who will support the growth and retention of our groups through marketing, sales and service, among many other things.

She comes to us from University of South Carolina with a public health degree and experience with a world leader in 503B outsourcing and generic respiratory medication manufacturing. She has a passion for improving efforts to advance prevention, reduce health disparities, and achieve health equity. Welcome, Jenna!
With PAI's Added-Value Discount Programs your employees can take advantage of discounts on health, wellness products and services.

For instance, PAI members get preferred rates on Jenny Craig's weight loss program. Skip the fads and gimmicky diets, and experience real results with Jenny Craig’s special offer for health plan members. Jenny Craig includes a weight loss expert who will help make sure you hit your goal. With nearly 100 Jenny Craig foods, you can lose weight with food you love that’s always ready to go. No sacrifice. Lose three times more weight than dieting on our own with Jenny Craig’s scientifically proven program.

To learn more about this discount click the logo below.

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CAA, Transparency in Coverage Rule (TiC) and Machine Readable Files (MRFs)

Effective July 1, 2022 PAI will be hosting access to the CAA TiC required MRFs, for our employer group customers, reflecting:
  • In-network rates; and
  • Out-of-network allowed amounts.
PAI will be following the guidelines available on the GitHub website for posting Machine Readable Files (MRFs).

You can also visit our website to view the FAQs regarding this rule at CAA TiC MRFs.

Watch Your Back

Keep your back strong and healthy

When you want to tell people you’re there for them, you say, “I’ve got your back.” But who’s got your back? Make sure it stays strong and healthy by using good lifting techniques and maintaining proper posture. If you and your doctor have decided opioids are a good option for dealing with your back pain, take the medications with great care. Follow your doctor’s instructions closely.

Read more on watch your back and view more Live Well articles at under the Members tab.

Please share the articles with your staff.

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We would like to welcome D&L Sitework, Inc. to the PAI family. Please let us know if there's anything we can do to help your employees transition to PAI health care benefit administration. 
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