What do brokers need to do to survive in the changing health care space? Find out at this year's BenefitsPRO Broker Expo.
By Mick Rodgers and Bob Gearhart Jr.|March 03, 2019 at 10:39 AM
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The Advisor of Tomorrow presentation at the BenefitsPRO Broker Expo specifically addresses the flaws and challenges surrounding the broker distribution model and the financing of health care through insurance. We will discuss the faulty business models and misaligned incentives that presently serve as the foundation of the U.S. health care system.
The industry is littered with trendy buzzwords and failed “silver bullets” like consumer-driven health plans, integrated results-based wellness, benefits administration and the health care supply chain. Brokers have a long history of approaching employer clients pitching the next big thing that will bring improved efficiency and reduced costs within employee benefits, yet the data tells a different story.
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In last year’s August cover story, “Long Hard Road,” we spoke with various members of the industry about what they were seeing and their hopes and expectations for the future. We recently checked back in with Felipe Barganier and Desiree Coleman to get their perspectives on where things currently stand.
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