April 16, 2015
The University of Missouri System received an Award of Excellence for its Annual Enrollment Campaign from the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) 2015 Gold Quill Awards Program.
April 15, 2015
Edward A. Kaplan, SVP and National Health Practice Leader for The Segal Group announced today that the firm’s pharmacy benefit cost trends forecast for 2015 were being raised to range from 13 to 15 percent.
Segal consultants will speak and/or present material at the conferences and meetings listed below:
"Understanding the Value of Your Self-Insured Plan"
Ed Kaplan, New YorkApril 30, 2015
"The Future of Retirement in America"
Cathie Eitelberg, Washington, D.C.
"Making Changes to a Large Plan”(NC State Health Plan)"
Rick Johnson, Washington, D.C.
Caroline Smart, NC State Health Plan for Teachers and State EmployeesMay 3, 2015
"Behavioral Economics – How Participants Make Decisions"
Wendy Carter, Washington, D.C.
Jim Potvin, Employees’ Retirement System of GeorgiaMay 3, 2015
The number of retirees covered by benefits plans are increasing, and costs are continuing to rise. Join Segal SVP and Consultant Andrew Sherman for a discussion of how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is bringing increased focus to questions and issues surrounding retiree benefits.
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Need for Cyberliability Insurance Continues to Grow
By Brian L. Smith and Matthew E. Jackson, May 2015, Benefits Magazine
Helping DC Plan Participants Manage “Longevity Risk”
By Wendy Carter, January 2015, NAGDCA Newsletter
What Obesity’s Designation as a Disease Means for Plan Sponsors
By Dr. Sadhna Paralkar and Edward A. Kaplan, January 2015, IPMA HR News