Tips on How to Bend the Health Care Cost Curve

Date: Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Time: 2pm ET | 11am PT
Cost: Free

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Keeping the cost of health care down for clients and their employees continues to be a challenge for all brokers. With rising costs and no changes to the foundations of employer-based health benefits in sight, it’s important for you to evolve your fundamental strategies and think outside the box. In this webcast, benefits professionals who are leading the charge in rethinking the way brokers do business will share how they are helping their clients find cost-effective solutions.

Join this complimentary webcast
 to learn innovative strategies that have proven effective in containing rising health costs. This includes how to:

  • Help employers find and deliver comprehensive health care amidst growing challenges and obstacles
  • Offer your clients new ideas to drive down costs
  • Teach clients innovative ways to balance employees' interests with company profitability

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Featured Speakers:

Andy Neary
National Advisor-Partner Strategist
Captivated Health

Andy has over 15 years of experience helping employers impact the rising cost of health care through innovative strategies. The number one factor driving your current and future health plan costs is how, when, and where your plan members utilize the health plan. Andy's strategies help employers cut through the complexity of a broken healthcare system and lead to improved benefits, an unforgettable member experience, and significantly reduced health plan costs. Andy is a former pitcher in the Milwaukee Brewers organization and mixes his experience as a professional athlete with his expertise in healthcare to create a fun yet informative learning experience.

 

 










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