Get Control of Your Healthcare Costs With Self-Funded Plan Designs
On mic are Rich Koontz, FBMC manager of healthcare innovation, and David Joza, FBMC employee benefits consultant, to talk about Self Funded Plans. It can often be a challenge for employers to find great, affordable benefits to offer employees, but with a self funded plan you can control costs directly with vendors, minimize claims risk, and attain high quality healthcare services. Self Funded plans are all about flexibility and building better ways to benefit for your business and your employees.
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More About Our Guest:
Manager of Healthcare Innovation
Rich is responsible for innovation programs for FBMC’s health benefit clients and is a certified Health Rosetta advisor. Rich has experience implementing many types of cost management programs. He has more than 25 years of benefits, innovation, change management, supply chain cost transformation, and systems implementation experience in the health care and technology industries. Rich has worked in leadership and consulting roles across the entire health care supply chain. He also has a Strategic Planning and Process Engineering background from his work at Kearney and has completed several Leadership & Innovation programs at MIT. Rich is also one of the first 150 brokers in the U.S. to be vetted and certified by the Health Rosetta Program, a national organization of industry experts committed to accelerating cost transparency and transformation across the Health Benefits supply chain.
Employee Benefits Consultant
David provides 15 years of public and private sector experience in all aspects of employee benefits including self-funded medical plans. David understands our client needs through his years serving on their side of the desk in public and private organizations. Working with trustees and employees directly helps him to develop benefit strategies through a “data-informed” approach while maintaining focus on the impact to budgets, plan members, and constituents.