The Loss of Fiduciary Control: How National Health Insurers are Reshaping Self-Funding

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Thursday, February 28, 2013 8:30:00 PM Categories: Prior Presentations

 

National insurers, while late entrants to self-funding, have dramatically altered the self-funded market. Each of the national insurers has very similar administrative policies. These policies make good business sense for the insurers. But the effect of these policies is to take control away from self-funded plan fiduciaries. This free webinar will explore:

·         What these policies are;

·         How the policies differ from traditional third-party administration;

·         How the policies undermine fiduciary control; and

·         How self-funded plan fiduciaries can respond to re-assert their rights and responsibilities.

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