Union Trusts: Health Reform's Most Overlooked Winner?

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Tuesday, December 18, 2012 8:30:00 PM Categories: Prior Presentations

Every major reform has winners and losers.  Obamacare is no exception.  With all the talk about state health exchanges, new fees, and pay-or-play, the opportunity for union trusts to be big winners can be easily overlooked.  This webinar presents that perspective.  We start by exploring the differences between union trusts and other self-funded plans.  Those differences afford union trusts the ability to offer their members a health coverage experience that can be more attractive and less costly than traditional employer-controlled coverage.  Those differences, if pursued by union trusts, can also assist in recruiting union membership and countering the impacts of right-to-work and other anti-union initiatives.  While not inevitable, the perspective shared in this webinar is as probable as the predictions of doom and gloom that so permeate the discussion around health reform. 

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