Voluntary Benefits and Limited Medical Conference
Venue: chicago schaumberg marriott
|Event Date/Time: Oct 26, 2011||End Date/Time: Oct 28, 2011|
Voluntary Benefits and Limited Medical Plans are a multibillion dollar industry that will face new challenges and opportunities under healthcare reform. Many employers will turn to voluntary benefits as they cancel â€œcoreâ€ group insurance benefits because of the increased cost of paying for those benefits. Healthcare reform will also lead to the growth of certain voluntary benefits and the creation of new voluntary benefits. Many insurance agents will turn to voluntary benefits to make up for lost revenues as healthcare reform squeezes the â€œpieâ€ and forces insurers to lower and possibly eliminate commissions for group health insurance plans. Agents will need to offer voluntary benefits to supplement their incomes. Also, while healthcare effects negatively some limited medical plans, other limited medical plans will thrive and grow significantly under healthcare reform. As healthcare reform increases insurance rates, more Americans will no longer be able to afford a major medical plan and will switch to limited medical plans.
This year we will be implementing sophisticated networking software so attendees can go online before the conference and see all the other attendees coming to the conference and pre-schedule up to 24 private one-on-one networking meetings at the conference. The Employer Healthcare Congress and the Voluntary Benefits and Limited Medical Conference is the only US healthcare to implement private networking meetings to maximize your time. Come find out what all the buzz is about and why attendees described this as the best conference they have attended.
Voluntary Benefits and Limited Medical Plans are a multibillion dollar industry and one of the fastest growing segments in the insurance industry in America. Voluntary Benefits and Limited Medical Plans have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the NY Times and thousands of other publications across the country. Yet, as fast as this industry has grown, and continues to grow, there has never been a dedicated conference for both Voluntary Benefits and limited medical plans. Employers, health insurance agents and consultants are currently in the dark when it comes to learning about Voluntary Benefits and limited medical plans, or choosing the best insurance carriers to work with.
In todayâ€™s marketplace insurance agents and employers donâ€™t know where to turn or look for quality Voluntary Benefits, mini medical and limited medical insurance carriers, and to find out which has the best plan design, what the commission levels are and who has the best customer and administrative services.
This Voluntary Benefits, Mini Medical Plan and Limited Medical plan Conference is the one event per year where brokers, agents and employers can learn:
â€¢What are the best Voluntary Benefits, mini-medical plans and limited medical plans?
â€¢How to properly implement and enroll a Voluntary Benefits platform, mini-medical plan or limited medical plan?
â€¢How to design the best plan design with the best benefits at the most affordable price for employees?
â€¢How to increase enrollment by up to 50% or more?
â€¢How to negotiate for the best commissions? How much is really in the â€œbucket!â€
The Voluntary Benefits, Mini Medical Plan and Limited Medical plan Conference will also discuss the next evolution of innovative voluntary benefits, mini-medical and limited medical products, such as mini-major medical plans and which mini medical carriers in the marketplace are launching these innovative products.
Credit Crisis & the US Economy
The conference will also address how the credit crisis and the US economic recession will affect the voluntary benefits, mini medical, limited medical and worksite industry. Will there be a positive effect, or a negative one? How do we position ourselves in this industry to take full advantage of the credit crisis and the economy and help it to increase enrollments and sales for our organization? The credit crisis and economy can help a broker or insurance carrier increase their block of business, but only if they position themselves correctly.
The Uninsured Marketplace
The United States has over 50 million Americans with NO HEALTH INSURANCE. Over 120 million Americans have no dental insurance. It is estimated an equal to or larger percentage are underinsured! What are your plans on how to target and market to this potential customer base?