This article will address what brokers ought to look for in a “digital EAP,” from the technology itself (does it just replicate an existing service in digital form or does it transform that service into something significantly more efficient and effective?) to evaluating whether your EAP partner is capable of providing thorough and comprehensive implementation support.
While brokers and their clients are constantly reviewing and updating their benefits offerings to best serve their employees, those same employees are often unaware of those benefits, much less how to make them a part of their daily lives or find them when they need them.
This month, I’m excited to introduce you to some new friends, Cindy, Jessica and Jeanne. They are not only thriving in their business world, they are all looking to connecton an association level and to help educate not only their clients, but their peers.
The gap between employer HSA offerings and employee engagement may seem as unbridgeable as the Grand Canyon. Fortunately, there’s a key to narrowing the chasm, and it lies in addressing employee health literacy.
According to new LIMRA research, approximately 70 percent of small employers offering insurance benefits obtained coverage via an agent or broker. However, this person has not necessarily achieved “advisor status” in the employer’s mind.
This month, I’m very excited to introduce you to Emma, Dawn and Mollie. I’m just in awe of these women; they are all very inspirational and kicking it from all corners of the country, as well as helping others along the way.
The acceleration of technological innovation is propelling the benefit carousel faster each year, making it challenging for many brokers and employers to keep up with changes and new products in the market.
It's vital that we actively listen to our clients if we want to maintain a truly consultative relationship within their organizations. Here's five sentiments that have already been expressed by decision-makers in 2019 regarding employee benefits.
My office started the year with a bang and we are still on a roll. I also got introduced to many new incredible women that I’ll be telling you about this year and that is completely inspiring to me. So, let’s get this show on the road!
The excitement increasingly surrounding insurtech indicates that 2019 promises to be an even more meaningful and game-changing time for the insurtech space. Here are three insurtech trends you should keep an eye out for in 2019 and beyond.
Ongoing shifts have motivated many expert advisors, thought leaders, and health care entrepreneurs to seek better ways to deliver health care to employees, with the goal of reducing costs for the employer and the employee while improving care delivery and outcomes.
Direct primary care physicians are able to achieve better access to medical care, better quality of care, and lower overall health care costs because they can offer their patients both immediate access and more time.
Plan design is the answer; it is an upward climb, it is not an easy path, it requires an expert with experience, it is not going to be an instant fix, and the climb to the top may require training and muscle memory, but it is beautiful.
I recently attended the Ascend Conference in Nashville and Q4Live in Tampa and was pleasantly surprised to find an enormous amount of collaboration and discussion among industry leaders who were freely giving away their special sauce.