The Changing Landscape: Positioning Your Health and Welfare Benefits

  • 20 May 2015
  • 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM
  • 21850 Oxnard St, Woodland Hills, CA 91367


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The Changing Landscape: Positioning Your Health and Welfare Benefits

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Program Notes:

Please join us on May 20th for an informative discussion about how healthcare has changed including practical issues of ACA, plan trends, and wellness programs.  We will address how these changes may impact your employer sponsored plans and offer some creative ideas for improvement!

  • Mary Powell from Trucker♦Huss will focus on health and welfare issues, including a discussion of health care reform and recent legislative cases.
  • Jeff Slay of Neovia Integrated Insurance Services will discuss options employer should consider and how to avoid pitfalls along the way.
  • Chris Ranier from Jacobs will speak about what Jacobs Engineering has considered and how they are positioning their health and welfare benefits.

This is an important program for all benefits professionals. Our panelists will offer their perspectives on recent regulatory and legislative change and best practices to consider for employee healthcare benefits.

  • How will the ongoing political struggles on issues such as health care reform, the debt ceiling and possible spending cuts potentially impact your benefits?
  • What topics should you consider adding to your committee meeting agendas?

Our speakers will present what they see as potential changes and key issues for health and welfare programs, as well as share their viewpoints on practical concerns that may impact plan costs, administration, governance and human capital.


  • Mary Powell, Director and ERISA Attorney, Trucker ♦ Huss
  • Chris Ranier, Director, Global H&W Benefits at Jacobs Engineering Group
  • Jeff Slay, CEO, Neovia Integrated Insurance Services

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