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EBRI’s hosted its 85th Policy Forum on Thursday, May 9.
EBRI will use its Retirement Security Projection Model® to simulate how retirement outcomes are likely to change for each of several potential legislative modifications, individually and in combination. We will then hear from major public policy thought leaders within EBRI’s membership to understand what these potential outcomes could mean to the industry and how it would likely adapt.
The Latest Research and Perspectives on Managing the Cost of Employment-Based Health Benefits.
Expanding HSAs. Medicare-for-All. Health reimbursement arrangements for the purchase of non-group health insurance. The Cadillac tax. These are just some of the items that might be on the public policy agenda that could affect employment-based health benefits. Yet, employers today are constantly grappling with managing the cost of providing health benefits to workers and their families in an economic environment where the business case for offering health benefits couldn’t be clearer. EBRIs latest on trends in HSA-eligible health plan adoption and the implications of such plans on use of health care services and worker health will be presented. We will then hear from plan sponsors with various perspectives health coverage cost management approaches.
Navigating the Financial Wellness Landscape
This session will start with research on the impact that financial wellness program can have on employees’ attitudes toward their work and their employer. We will then hear from several financial wellbeing providers who will share how employers are utilizing their services, as well as the expected—and actual—outcomes employers are experiencing.
A Benefits Industry Ripe for Change: Insights from 7 Petabytes of Data
The benefits industry is ripe for change due to the forces of digital transformation coming at it. Mark Casady is the former Chairman and CEO of LPL Financial and founder of Vestigo Ventures, which invests in start-ups in FinTech at an early stage. Vestigo Ventures has 14 companies that will grow to 21 when its fund is complete. Given its role in start-up FinTech companies, Vestigo has an unusual advantage of insights on what is on American’s minds—which Mark will share in this keynote presentation. Based on seven petabytes of data and insights from Cogo Labs, Mark will share his perspectives and sources of information on retirement and investments to show what Vestigo has learned thus far on the coming transformation of the American benefits industry.
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