United Benefit Advisors
A 20-year veteran in the field of employee benefits, Mr. Mangan has been named one of the top 10 most influential individuals in the healthcare industry by Employee Benefits News and is widely recognized as one of the industry’s most progressive thought leaders. He is often featured as an expert in the media and has been quoted in numerous publications including The New York Times, CFO Magazine, CNN’s Money Magazine, Business Insurance, and many others.
His extensive background in employee benefits spans sales, services, operations and his areas of expertise include insurance carrier and broker management, carrier relations, industry affairs, media communications, government lobbying, mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, wellness, health insurance consulting, COBRA, HIPPA, pension and sales management. This year, he oversaw the release of UBA’s 2013 Health Plan Survey, the largest and most comprehensive benchmarking survey of employer health plan design and cost available. It is based on the responses of 10,551 employers sponsoring 16,928 health plans nationwide. UBA’s survey is nearly three times larger than the next three of the nation’s largest health plan benchmarking surveys combined. One of the survey’s advantages, besides the sheer size of the data, is that it is the only healthcare plan benchmarking resource for small and mid-size employers.
Mr. Mangan has served in numerous leadership positions throughout his career, which have provided many opportunities to speak to audiences of all sizes and counsel them on health plan design and health care reform. In the employee benefits and health care field, Thomas Mangan stands out as an expert speaker and is particularly skilled weaving in a regional, national and global perspective into the impact of the topic at hand. Mr. Mangan earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Westminster College and an MBA from Troy State University. He also is a graduate of the Insurance Executive Leadership Program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, and he has earned the designation of Certified Managed Care Executive (CMCE) from Northwestern University.