Health Care Solutions | Knoxville, Tennessee

We deliver solutions in health care, technology, and administration for the transportation industry, 1099 independent contractors, staffing companies, franchises, credit unions, restaurants, retail, and hospitality.  We have strong carrier partnerships that enable us to offer an extensive menu of benefit options. Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, Enrollment First is the horsepower, dedicated to handling the entire process under one roof by providing unlimited product options, turn-key administration, billing and eligibility services, multiple enrollment platforms, marketing and communications, and an in-house telephonic customer service center for insurance brokers and their clients.

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Enrollment First, Inc.

Knoxville, Tennessee

unlimited benefit plan designs

simple enrollment options

custom communications

turn-key administration

in-house telephonic customer service center


The health care landscape continues to be in a state of flux, challenging business owners to look for more effective ways to control the costs of employer-sponsored health care coverage, stay compliant with changing regulations, recruit and retain quality employees, and administer their benefit and HR programs. Many are struggling and confused because they don’t have the expertise, the resources, or the time to keep up with the changes taking place in today’s benefit marketplace.  That’s where we come in.

Enrollment First, Inc. delivers experience in healthcare, technology, and administration.  Armed with a full suite of options – unlimited benefit plan designs, simple enrollment options, customized communications, and turn key administration – we take care of the entire process, starting from plan design through enrollment and continuing indefinitely through the life of your group.


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