In this episode of the Perspectives podcast, sponsored by Lively and hosted on BenefitsPRO.com, we’ll hear highlights from the October 20th presentation titled, How to Maximize Open Enrollment Virtually & Reduce Costs with CDHP Adoption.
Employers are facing many challenges. And some of them are approaching virtual open enrollment for the first time, all while trying to help employees make cost-conscious health plan selections, which is more important than ever. Brokers can help them save money by guiding them towards the right coverage mix for business and personal needs, as well as by helping with communication and health plan education. Doing this without in-person meetings requires an entirely new toolkit.
Andrew Bruns, Regional Director, Business Development at Lively, and Nataliya Boychenko Stone, Account Executive and Shareholder at Holmes, Murphy & Associates, discuss how to maximize understanding of Consumer-Driven Health Plans, driving adoption and engagement.
The full on-demand webcast can be found here: https://www.benefitspro.com/2020/09/03/how-to-maximize-open-enrollment-virtually-reduce-costs-with-cdhp-adoption/
Andrew Bruns | Regional Director, Business Development | Lively
Andrew Bruns is a Regional Director of Business Development at Lively who works with health insurance and benefits consultants, general agencies, and registered investment advisors to simplify and enhance their HSA offering. With over 12 years of financial services, benefits and insurance experience Andrew is passionate about bringing people together to discuss transparent solutions that result in a better way to do business and improve lives.
Nataliya Boychenko | Account Executive & Shareholder | Holmes Murphy & Associates
Nataliya Boychenko is an Account Executive and Shareholder at Holmes Murphy & Associates. She is dedicated to providing creative solutions and tools her clients need to design their employee benefit programs. Nataliya specializes in healthcare data analysis, health care reform and legal compliance, cutting edge wellness programs as well as a full suite of employer-sponsored benefit programs. Nataliya is a frequent speaker on Health Care topics at local, regional, and national industry events. She also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Drake University where she teaches employee benefits.