Regardless of technology, some facts remain the same such as the difficulty that comes with buying and managing insurance. The knowledge base needed to make complex decisions around group benefits designs is not something that can be learned overnight or understood with basic decision support tools. Herein lies the opportunity for brokers.
hCentive and The Institute for Healthcare Consumerism return for part-two of the Digital Revolution series. Our special guest, Rob Poli, President of the Insurance Marketing Center, talks directly to brokers on ways to exploit their digital business. This includes recruiting agents, leveraging reports for sales opportunities, lessons learned from an early adopter, and more.
Join hCentive and the Institute for Healthcare Consumerism as they lead a conversation on helping brokers navigate the digital age of benefits technology. Our special guest, Robert Ledman, Co-operator & Director of Health, for Cypress Exchange talks directly to brokers about why they adopted a benefits marketplace and how they’re planning to leverage long-term for growth and success.
INTRODUCING the newest and most comprehensive exchange platform for the Northeast region, WebInsure Benefits.
Regardless of the type, adding new technology or shifting to a new one isn’t an easy process, especially when the products and services are not an apple-to-apple comparison.
The role of brokers is rapidly evolving along with adoption and expansion of benefit marketplaces. For brokers, whose role is far from just transactional, a benefits marketplace platform presents an opportunity to diversify products and services and expand relationships by adding value to dollars spent by consumers.
In the group marketplace, carriers make available to employers a large number of plans that vary in design in a number of ways including coverage level, provider network, and cost.
hCentive product owners will discuss our unique approach to solving premium billing and collection challenges using the WebInsure Financials product suite.
The benefits marketplace is changing rapidly, driven by ACA induced distribution efficiency, group to individual, and other shifts. The role of brokers is getting redefined while employers and individuals demand greater accountability, better user experience, and lower cost of benefits selection and management.
Through the ACA, many issues can be addressed and opportunities realized through analytic and BI initiatives, but few companies have the right things in place to take efficient action.