Health Insurance Exchange
2017 will be looked back on as a landmark year in employer-sponsored health care and benefits. Beginning with an anti-establishment president sparking renewed conversations over health care, and closing with a demonstrated shift toward curbing skyrocketing premium costs through value-based outcomes, 2017 has demonstrated what can happen when employers, insurers and brokers come together to better serve their shared end-user – the employee. While the effects of consumerism continue to have a marked impact on how these three constituencies will continue to do business going forward, there is much to be gained by taking a proactive attitude toward fixing the broken health care system in America by undoing the status quo when it comes to employer-sponsored benefits.
In his new book, “Employee Benefits and the New Health Care Landscape,” Alan Cohen, founder and chief strategy officer at Liazon, draws upon his more than 20 years in the benefits industry to share how the seven key principles he used to create one of the first private exchange platforms is still relevant today for anyone who is interested in forging a better system for all.
In this empowering session, employers, brokers and insurers will learn: