For those in the industry that are ready to transform their business, its time to shine in 2013. Lambert Hsu, principal at BenefitPro Insurance Services; Garrett Durkin, insurance consultant at F.B.C. Services; and Sam Fleet, President and CEO of AmWINS Group Benefits share at the 7th Annual Employee Benefit Summit in Phoenix their thoughts about the upcoming year and how theyre preparing.
When asked who plans to be doing the same job, in the same way, three years from now, not one broker raised a hand Tuesday during a session on growth and profitability at the 7th Annual Employee Benefit Adviser Summit.
The employee benefit and health care industry is going through a transformation. Brokers who dont believe it, Rob Lieblein, partner and executive vice president at MarshBerry, are going to struggle down the road.
There are seismic shifts happening in the benefits industry today, creating tremendous opportunity that will not be seen again in this lifetime, said a speaker at the Employee Benefit Adviser Summit in Phoenix Monday.
More than a quarter (26.3%) of Texans do not own health insurance, giving Texas the lowest rate of health insureds in the nation, according to 2010 data released last week by the U.S. Census Bureau; Massachusetts, Hawaii and the District of Columbia represented the states with the highest rates of health insureds, respectively.
Craig Davidson on how health insurance consumers will soon face a technology divide for employee benefits
Workout program tied to Xbox allows employees to get fit, save on health care premiums.
How brokers advisers can expand the effectiveness of EAP program by emphasizing brain strength.
To more effectively communicate with the various age groups they serve, health insurance providers need to reexamine their approaches to billing and claim information, according to research from Pitney Bowes Inc.
Two in five adults in the U.S. are getting general health care from specialist doctors, according to a new study showing that figure held steady for nearly a decade.
Two new studies amplify the benefitsespecially for womenof working with financial advisers, and provide insight into a changing demographic for life insurers.
Assurant Employee Benefits has introduced its WellCard Savings Program that will provide an average savings of up to 30% on medical visits, up to 65% on brand name and generic prescriptions as well as discounts on hearing and diabetes care, diagnostic and lab tests, daily living products and more.
Employee morale continues a slow but steady decline from 2008 levels, but the benefits enrollment season, vastly approaching, offers employers the chance to positively engage their employees, according to recent research from Unum.
As carriers ramp up to gain market share ahead of PPACA, Aetna acquires Coventary increasing its overall share of government health plans to more than 30%, and nearly 42 million members nationwide.
Of the 14 life insurance firms monitored by Corporate Insight, Liberty Mutual and USAA were cited as having the strongest social media performances and were awarded top grades.