The Key Family of Companies was founded in 1979 as a full-service group benefits administration firm specializing in self-funded medical plans. Since that time, the Key Family has grown to become one of the country's largest independently owned third-party administrators, supporting a wide variety of group benefit plans.

Key Family is a commonly held group of benefits-related organizations with over 800 employees, more than 4,000 corporate customers and over 2.1 million members under management.  The Key Family is comprised of several organizations that work in various specialized areas of health plan administration and management.

Key Benefit Administrators (KBA) is one of the largest, privately held third-party administrators (TPA) in the country.
KBA, licensed as a TPA, services a large variety of group benefit plans and provides various functions such as policy issue, billing and collection, customer service,claims and Section 125 administration.

Accountable Care Solutions Group provides consulting and project management services for medical providers desiring to deploy their own health plan strategy. Visit the ACSG website.

American Health Data Institute:  The consulting administrator, providing benefit consulting, administration of employee benefit plans, ancillary plan services, and management support services. Visit AHDI's website.

Flexible Spending Solutions:  Flexible Spending Accounts, HRAs, and HSAs.  Visit FlexPro's page on this website.

Key Partners Inc:  Our partner in contracting and maintaining PPO networks, both locally and nationally.

RGI, LLC: The underwriting experts for all employers.

Senior Connection: Senior Connection has over 25 years of experience serving seniors by providing honest advice for health insurance services including Medicare, Life and Long-term Care.  Founded in 1991, Senior Connection hosts educational Medicare seminars and provides free consultations to help seniors evaluate their health insurance needs and answer Medicare questions.  Visit the Senior Connection website.