Register Today for the Self-Funded Certification Course 3/20/18!

When: Tuesday, March 20, Registration start time: 12:30 p.m.; Program start time: 1:00 p.m.; Program end time: 4:00 p.m.

Where: 5955 Carnagie Blvd., Humana Conference Room, Charlotte, NC 28211
Description: Developed by experts in the market space, this three-hour course instruction will ensure that students understand the key technical components of self-funding and are better prepared to counsel their clients on the various benefits of elimination of most premium tax, lowering cost of administration, claims/administration and customer service for employees.

Historically, employers have turned to the self-funding of their health plans when traditional insurance programs failed to meet their cost expectations. The many thousands of employers in the U.S. who have implemented self-insured medical programs later discovered the other advantages, such as coverage flexibility and client-specific benefit plan administration. Self-funding is one of the most effective ways employers can control the rising costs of healthcare coverage. In understanding self-funding as a concept and how it differs from fully insured products, this course will help provide in detail how it all works and proven methods for communicating this option to employers and employees in a compelling way.

The Self-Funded Certification Includes:

  • Live three-hour training program with leading NAHU certified instructors
  • Complete student support services

Three hours of continuing education credits approved for NC, SC and GA

Register HERE

Special Guest Announced for March Luncheon!

We are excited to announce John Greene as our March luncheon speaker!  John is currently Vice President of Congressional Affairs at the National Association of Health Underwriters and has been their lobbyist since September 2000. He has worked on every major piece of health care legislation from TAA to the PPACA. In 2005, he spearheaded legislation which expanded a program for long-term care insurance policies to all states as part of the 2005 Deficit Reduction Act. He was a member of the Senate mental health parity negotiating team which led to enactment in 2008. John helped get bipartisan support for a provision to remove a $2,000 deductible cap on small group plans and recently got legislation passed that restored the Medicare open enrollment period to the pre-ACA timeframe.

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