MBNA may have found a solution to the high cost of healthcare and we are looking for feedback from our members! Join us for an informational webinar on June 19 at 3:00 PM EST to hear about available options - this webinar is FREE for members.
Less than one-half of U.S. small businesses offer healthcare and this program simplifies the increasingly complex challenge of finding affordable healthcare solutions. This program offers affordable health care on average of 30% less than traditional market rates and if made available would help MBNA members meet ACA regulations. You will hear more about simplified plan choices and benefits which are easier to understand while lowering your healthcare costs. This program is currently offering a four year “rate lock” providing rate stability in a very unstable market with cost sharing plans for significant and catastrophic health expenses. If you are interested in learning more, join us for this no-cost informational webinar designed for member feedback. There will be time allotted for questions.
About the Speakers
Kevin M. Kennedy, CEO, Small Association Leadership Alliance
Kevin is a member of the SALA’s founding committee and has more than 20 years of diverse experience, having worked for more than two dozen associations, professional societies and non-profits. Kevin is also the president of Double K Consulting, where he provides senior level advisory services. He has served as a board member and treasurer for several organizations and has worked with organizations involved in technology, agriculture, ocean science, education, healthcare, and financial markets. Kevin provides SALA members with guidance on finance and accounting, affinity programs, virtual office development, HR and employee benefits, chapter development, board relations and governance as well as startup organizations and incubators.
Derek Parsons, RHU, Employee Benefits Broker, InterWest Insurance Services
Derek joined InterWest Insurance Services in 2008. Prior to InterWest, he served as business manager for a large national construction company. When the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act became law in 2010, Derek worked closely with Employee Benefits Attorneys in Washington DC to become knowledgeable. This prepared him to make presentations to regional employer-focused associations, including the Society of Human Resource Managers, League of Women Voters, North Valley Employer Advisory Council, Tehema Employer Advisory Council, and several Rotary chapters. Employee communication is core to understanding and valuing the benefits provided to employees by their employer. Post Affordable Care Act, employees are faced with an overwhelming number of decisions. Employers with an effective communication program that educates their staff on how to select and utilize their benefits, drives value and increases loyalty. Derek earned the Registered Health Underwriter (RHU) designation, focusing on Group Benefits Plans, Self-Funding, Benefits Compliance and Health Maintenance Organizations.
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