How ICHRAs are Driving Growth and Retention for Brokers and Savings for Employers


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In a world where consumerism and technology are quickly changing the way the benefits industry operates, brokers must always be looking for new solutions to deliver the best options and experiences to clients. On the other side of the coin, employers are always looking for ways to save money and keep employees happy. Employers battle annual rate increases and the overwhelming administration required of employee health benefits, as well as a lack of personalization in traditional group health plans. There's a solution for both – Individual Coverage HRAs (ICHRAs). ICHRAs are leading a seismic shift in health benefits in much the same way defined-benefit pension plans were replaced with 401(k)s, changing the retirement landscape in a single generation. Bringing innovative, cutting-edge solutions such as ICHRAs to clients can improve retention and open doors to new growth opportunities.

Join this complimentary webcast to walk through the benefits of the standard ICHRA, where they fall short and how a new ICHRA solution addresses those shortfalls. Topics discussed will include:

  • Understanding how consumerism and technology are pushing the shift in the industry

  • The differences in ICHRA solutions in the marketplace and how to explain them

  • How ICHRAs are solving many pain points for employers and their employees – including possible savings of 30-60% in annual premium costs

  • How to be seen as an industry leader by bringing added value to your relationship with your clients

  • And more!


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 John Kelly | Founder & CEO | Nexben

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