Health plan costs rank among the highest concern for employers, and with good concern, since increases have outpaced inflation for nearly 20 years.
Many factors have contributed to these increases including: unhealthy lifestyle, federal & state benefit mandates, aging population, increased utilization advances in medical technology, and increased consumer demand. But regardless of the reasons behind the increases, most employers are not able to continually absorb these increases. Faced with the task of attracting and retaining talented employees in a shrinking job market, employers have been challenged to offer a health plan with is both valued by employees and sustainable in terms of employer cost.
In this webinar, you'll learn:
- More about what funding options are available to employers like you and determe if your organization should be evaluating alternative options
- Options employers have in funding health plans
- Newer funding concepts reemerging in the benefits industry
- The many complexities involved in selecting the appropriate funding method
- Advantages and disadvantages of different funding methods
Jesse capitalizes on his 15 year background in risk management and account services to develop benefit programs for clients of Hausmann-Johnson Insurance in a way that improves the overall health and productivity of the workforce. He is an expert in alternative funding methods for insurance including self-funded, limited funded and captive plans. By staying well informed on the latest industry trends, Jesse is able to provide proactive and strategic solutions for benefits clients.
Prior to joining Hausmann-Johnson Insurance, he was Manager of Member Services at The Alliance. He is a member of the Wisconsin Association of Health Underwriters and participates in local community chambers and SHRM chapters.
Jesse graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in Finance & Investments, Risk Management & Insurance, and Human Resources Management. He proudly supports Badger Football and is a 15-year season ticket holder. He loves spending time up north at the family cabin fishing with his children or sneaking in a round of golf whenever possible. He also coaches his son’s Verona flag football and little league baseball teams.