The role of brokers in the new world of health care in 2014 is changing, and while it’s tough, there are five key marching orders for making the most of it. This sentiment opened the Workplace Benefits Renaissance in Atlantic City, N.J. on Monday with a keynote from Andrew Webber, the president and CEO of the National Business Coalition on Health based in Washington, D.C. In reference to the brokers’ role in state exchanges he said there’s a role, “but fundamentally it’s changing when it comes to the state exchange program and that was by design, as I understand it.”
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