HSA Spending & COVID-19: How to Adapt Benefits to Healthcare Trends
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To mitigate the increasing costs of healthcare, offering an HSA paired with a qualifying health plan is a solution employers increasingly want to adopt. In 2020, COVID-19 caused employer-sponsored health insurance premium volatility, a shift in hospital care costs, and unpredictable HSA spending. It’s important to pinpoint lessons learned from last year to inform future benefits decisions.
Join this complimentary webcast to understand the top 5 insights about 2020 HSA spending and consumer habits – and how they differed from pre-COVID times. You will learn about:
- The overall impact of the pandemic on healthcare costs and the new trends created
- How legislative changes are expanding HSA access, use, and demand
- How an HSA and qualifying health plan can lower healthcare costs, increase benefits satisfaction, and address benefits instability
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|Michael LaVance, Director, Business Development, Lively
Michael LaVance is a Regional Director, Business Development in the Northwest. He helps evangelize HSAs through employers, brokers, and tech-forward health-centric platforms. Michael has extensive experience in healthcare and HSAs having consulted with and designed benefits strategies for employers across the country. Michael has his BS in Finance from the University of Arizona. In his free time, Michael enjoys searching for snow in the backcountry, riding his Onewheel, biohacking, and exploring the epicurean delights of San Francisco and Idaho.
|Dana McCallum, Principal & Client Service Executive, Lovitt & Touché, A Marsh & McLennan Insurance Agency LLC
Dana McCallum is a Principal and Client Service Executive for Marsh & McLennan Agency’s EH&B Department. She has over 30 years’ experience strategizing and implementing solutions for large clients. Dana specializes in alternative funding, identifying client needs, and innovative technology strategies in order to maximize cost containment and promote employee engagement for employer benefit programs. Additionally, Dana leads and directs the Tempe Account Management team. Dana is located at MMA’s office in Tempe, Arizona.