Andrew Sherman

Leadership

Andrew Sherman

Andrew Sherman

Senior Vice President, National Director of Public Sector Market

Mr. Sherman is a Senior Vice President and is National Director of the Public Sector market. He is based in both the Boston and Washington, DC offices. He has over 30 years of experience in the Northeast and throughout the U.S. as a benefits consultant working with plan sponsors on a wide range of employee benefit issues and opportunities including plan design, benefit strategies, funding and plan management. Mr. Sherman managed the consulting practices for the firm’s Boston and Hartford offices and served as a member of The Segal Group's Board of Directors from 2007 to 2016.

Mr. Sherman provides consulting services to public and private health, retirement and retiree health benefit plans. He focuses on public sector entities and consults to large public sector employee benefit plans as well as city and state health plans. Additionally, he consults to corporations and nonprofit entities as well as collectively bargained multiemployer health, pension and annuity funds.

Mr. Sherman has extensive experience consulting to benefit plan sponsors on all aspects of health benefit plans and an array of wellness and work/life benefit programs, as well as defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans. His consulting expertise includes total health management, Affordable Care Act compliance, prescription drug benefit plan design, retiree health benefit programs including Medicare and Medicare Part D, cost analysis and benefit program implementation. He also assists clients with plan design review, funding alternatives, participant choice, eligibility provisions, provider reimbursement and public and private health insurance exchanges.

Mr. Sherman has a BA in Economics, magna cum laude, from Brandeis University and a Masters in Public Policy with a concentration in Health Policy from The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Mr. Sherman served on the board of directors of the New England Benefits Council from 2000 to 2012 and was President from 2008 to 2010. 

Mr. Sherman has been widely quoted in both the benefits press and general press, including the Boston Globe, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. He has written several articles on employee benefit issues. Mr. Sherman has spoken on these issues at several universities, for the Massachusetts Bar Association and at numerous employee benefit seminars and national conferences. He has also testified before the Massachusetts State House and the Boston City Council.

Publications and presentations include:

  • “Redesigning Retiree Healthcare in the Public Sector,” IFEBP Public Sector Benefits Institute, February 2017
  • “Health Cost Trends: What’s Expected for 2017 and What Can Plan Sponsors Do About It?” National Labor and Management Conference, February 2017
  • “Assessing ACA's Big Issues Grandfathered Status and the 40% Excise Tax,” National Labor and Management Conference, February 2016
  • “The 40% Excise Tax Under the Affordable Care Act: The Tax that No Plan Sponsor Wants to Pay,” Segal Consulting webinar, September 2015
  • “Getting Ready for New ACA Reporting Requirements for Sponsors of Multiemployer Plans” Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • “Navigating Your Plans for the 2018 ACA Excise Tax and other ACA ‘To Do’s,’” 38th Annual National Labor & Management Conference, February 2015
  • “The Cost of Healthcare: Highlights from the 2015 Segal Health Plan Cost Trend Survey,” Segal Consulting webinar, November 2014
  • “Affordable Care Act and the Employee Shared Responsibility Penalty,” Segal Consulting webinar, May 2014
  • “Industry Strategies in the ACA Environment,” IFEBP Health Care Management Conference, April 2014
  • “Self-Funding Health Benefits Can Help Plan Sponsors Control Costs,” Dean C. Hatfield and Andrew D. Sherman, Benefits & Compensation Digest, August 2009
  • “Connecticut Licenses Same-Gender Marriages,” Joanne L. Hustead and Andrew Sherman, Benefits Law Journal, Summer 2009

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Andrew Sherman

Leadership

Andrew Sherman

Andrew Sherman

Senior Vice President, National Director of Public Sector Market

Mr. Sherman is a Senior Vice President and is National Director of the Public Sector market. He is based in both the Boston and Washington, DC offices. He has over 30 years of experience in the Northeast and throughout the U.S. as a benefits consultant working with plan sponsors on a wide range of employee benefit issues and opportunities including plan design, benefit strategies, funding and plan management. Mr. Sherman managed the consulting practices for the firm’s Boston and Hartford offices and served as a member of The Segal Group's Board of Directors from 2007 to 2016.

Mr. Sherman provides consulting services to public and private health, retirement and retiree health benefit plans. He focuses on public sector entities and consults to large public sector employee benefit plans as well as city and state health plans. Additionally, he consults to corporations and nonprofit entities as well as collectively bargained multiemployer health, pension and annuity funds.

Mr. Sherman has extensive experience consulting to benefit plan sponsors on all aspects of health benefit plans and an array of wellness and work/life benefit programs, as well as defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans. His consulting expertise includes total health management, Affordable Care Act compliance, prescription drug benefit plan design, retiree health benefit programs including Medicare and Medicare Part D, cost analysis and benefit program implementation. He also assists clients with plan design review, funding alternatives, participant choice, eligibility provisions, provider reimbursement and public and private health insurance exchanges.

Mr. Sherman has a BA in Economics, magna cum laude, from Brandeis University and a Masters in Public Policy with a concentration in Health Policy from The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Mr. Sherman served on the board of directors of the New England Benefits Council from 2000 to 2012 and was President from 2008 to 2010. 

Mr. Sherman has been widely quoted in both the benefits press and general press, including the Boston Globe, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. He has written several articles on employee benefit issues. Mr. Sherman has spoken on these issues at several universities, for the Massachusetts Bar Association and at numerous employee benefit seminars and national conferences. He has also testified before the Massachusetts State House and the Boston City Council.

Publications and presentations include:

  • “Redesigning Retiree Healthcare in the Public Sector,” IFEBP Public Sector Benefits Institute, February 2017
  • “Health Cost Trends: What’s Expected for 2017 and What Can Plan Sponsors Do About It?” National Labor and Management Conference, February 2017
  • “Assessing ACA's Big Issues Grandfathered Status and the 40% Excise Tax,” National Labor and Management Conference, February 2016
  • “The 40% Excise Tax Under the Affordable Care Act: The Tax that No Plan Sponsor Wants to Pay,” Segal Consulting webinar, September 2015
  • “Getting Ready for New ACA Reporting Requirements for Sponsors of Multiemployer Plans” Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • “Navigating Your Plans for the 2018 ACA Excise Tax and other ACA ‘To Do’s,’” 38th Annual National Labor & Management Conference, February 2015
  • “The Cost of Healthcare: Highlights from the 2015 Segal Health Plan Cost Trend Survey,” Segal Consulting webinar, November 2014
  • “Affordable Care Act and the Employee Shared Responsibility Penalty,” Segal Consulting webinar, May 2014
  • “Industry Strategies in the ACA Environment,” IFEBP Health Care Management Conference, April 2014
  • “Self-Funding Health Benefits Can Help Plan Sponsors Control Costs,” Dean C. Hatfield and Andrew D. Sherman, Benefits & Compensation Digest, August 2009
  • “Connecticut Licenses Same-Gender Marriages,” Joanne L. Hustead and Andrew Sherman, Benefits Law Journal, Summer 2009

Contact Andrew

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Leadership

Andrew Sherman

Senior Vice President, National Director of Public Sector Market

Andrew Sherman

Contact Andrew

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Sherman is a Senior Vice President and is National Director of the Public Sector market. He is based in both the Boston and Washington, DC offices. He has over 30 years of experience in the Northeast and throughout the U.S. as a benefits consultant working with plan sponsors on a wide range of employee benefit issues and opportunities including plan design, benefit strategies, funding and plan management. Mr. Sherman managed the consulting practices for the firm’s Boston and Hartford offices and served as a member of The Segal Group's Board of Directors from 2007 to 2016.

Mr. Sherman provides consulting services to public and private health, retirement and retiree health benefit plans. He focuses on public sector entities and consults to large public sector employee benefit plans as well as city and state health plans. Additionally, he consults to corporations and nonprofit entities as well as collectively bargained multiemployer health, pension and annuity funds.

Mr. Sherman has extensive experience consulting to benefit plan sponsors on all aspects of health benefit plans and an array of wellness and work/life benefit programs, as well as defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans. His consulting expertise includes total health management, Affordable Care Act compliance, prescription drug benefit plan design, retiree health benefit programs including Medicare and Medicare Part D, cost analysis and benefit program implementation. He also assists clients with plan design review, funding alternatives, participant choice, eligibility provisions, provider reimbursement and public and private health insurance exchanges.

Mr. Sherman has a BA in Economics, magna cum laude, from Brandeis University and a Masters in Public Policy with a concentration in Health Policy from The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Mr. Sherman served on the board of directors of the New England Benefits Council from 2000 to 2012 and was President from 2008 to 2010. 

Mr. Sherman has been widely quoted in both the benefits press and general press, including the Boston Globe, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. He has written several articles on employee benefit issues. Mr. Sherman has spoken on these issues at several universities, for the Massachusetts Bar Association and at numerous employee benefit seminars and national conferences. He has also testified before the Massachusetts State House and the Boston City Council.

Publications and presentations include:

  • “Redesigning Retiree Healthcare in the Public Sector,” IFEBP Public Sector Benefits Institute, February 2017
  • “Health Cost Trends: What’s Expected for 2017 and What Can Plan Sponsors Do About It?” National Labor and Management Conference, February 2017
  • “Assessing ACA's Big Issues Grandfathered Status and the 40% Excise Tax,” National Labor and Management Conference, February 2016
  • “The 40% Excise Tax Under the Affordable Care Act: The Tax that No Plan Sponsor Wants to Pay,” Segal Consulting webinar, September 2015
  • “Getting Ready for New ACA Reporting Requirements for Sponsors of Multiemployer Plans” Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • “Navigating Your Plans for the 2018 ACA Excise Tax and other ACA ‘To Do’s,’” 38th Annual National Labor & Management Conference, February 2015
  • “The Cost of Healthcare: Highlights from the 2015 Segal Health Plan Cost Trend Survey,” Segal Consulting webinar, November 2014
  • “Affordable Care Act and the Employee Shared Responsibility Penalty,” Segal Consulting webinar, May 2014
  • “Industry Strategies in the ACA Environment,” IFEBP Health Care Management Conference, April 2014
  • “Self-Funding Health Benefits Can Help Plan Sponsors Control Costs,” Dean C. Hatfield and Andrew D. Sherman, Benefits & Compensation Digest, August 2009
  • “Connecticut Licenses Same-Gender Marriages,” Joanne L. Hustead and Andrew Sherman, Benefits Law Journal, Summer 2009

Leadership

Andrew Sherman

Senior Vice President, National Director of Public Sector Market

Andrew Sherman

Contact Andrew

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Sherman is a Senior Vice President and is National Director of the Public Sector market. He is based in both the Boston and Washington, DC offices. He has over 30 years of experience in the Northeast and throughout the U.S. as a benefits consultant working with plan sponsors on a wide range of employee benefit issues and opportunities including plan design, benefit strategies, funding and plan management. Mr. Sherman managed the consulting practices for the firm’s Boston and Hartford offices and served as a member of The Segal Group's Board of Directors from 2007 to 2016.

Mr. Sherman provides consulting services to public and private health, retirement and retiree health benefit plans. He focuses on public sector entities and consults to large public sector employee benefit plans as well as city and state health plans. Additionally, he consults to corporations and nonprofit entities as well as collectively bargained multiemployer health, pension and annuity funds.

Mr. Sherman has extensive experience consulting to benefit plan sponsors on all aspects of health benefit plans and an array of wellness and work/life benefit programs, as well as defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans. His consulting expertise includes total health management, Affordable Care Act compliance, prescription drug benefit plan design, retiree health benefit programs including Medicare and Medicare Part D, cost analysis and benefit program implementation. He also assists clients with plan design review, funding alternatives, participant choice, eligibility provisions, provider reimbursement and public and private health insurance exchanges.

Mr. Sherman has a BA in Economics, magna cum laude, from Brandeis University and a Masters in Public Policy with a concentration in Health Policy from The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Mr. Sherman served on the board of directors of the New England Benefits Council from 2000 to 2012 and was President from 2008 to 2010. 

Mr. Sherman has been widely quoted in both the benefits press and general press, including the Boston Globe, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. He has written several articles on employee benefit issues. Mr. Sherman has spoken on these issues at several universities, for the Massachusetts Bar Association and at numerous employee benefit seminars and national conferences. He has also testified before the Massachusetts State House and the Boston City Council.

Publications and presentations include:

  • “Redesigning Retiree Healthcare in the Public Sector,” IFEBP Public Sector Benefits Institute, February 2017
  • “Health Cost Trends: What’s Expected for 2017 and What Can Plan Sponsors Do About It?” National Labor and Management Conference, February 2017
  • “Assessing ACA's Big Issues Grandfathered Status and the 40% Excise Tax,” National Labor and Management Conference, February 2016
  • “The 40% Excise Tax Under the Affordable Care Act: The Tax that No Plan Sponsor Wants to Pay,” Segal Consulting webinar, September 2015
  • “Getting Ready for New ACA Reporting Requirements for Sponsors of Multiemployer Plans” Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • “Navigating Your Plans for the 2018 ACA Excise Tax and other ACA ‘To Do’s,’” 38th Annual National Labor & Management Conference, February 2015
  • “The Cost of Healthcare: Highlights from the 2015 Segal Health Plan Cost Trend Survey,” Segal Consulting webinar, November 2014
  • “Affordable Care Act and the Employee Shared Responsibility Penalty,” Segal Consulting webinar, May 2014
  • “Industry Strategies in the ACA Environment,” IFEBP Health Care Management Conference, April 2014
  • “Self-Funding Health Benefits Can Help Plan Sponsors Control Costs,” Dean C. Hatfield and Andrew D. Sherman, Benefits & Compensation Digest, August 2009
  • “Connecticut Licenses Same-Gender Marriages,” Joanne L. Hustead and Andrew Sherman, Benefits Law Journal, Summer 2009

Leadership

Andrew Sherman

Andrew Sherman

Senior Vice President, National Director of Public Sector Market

Contact Andrew

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Sherman is a Senior Vice President and is National Director of the Public Sector market. He is based in both the Boston and Washington, DC offices. He has over 30 years of experience in the Northeast and throughout the U.S. as a benefits consultant working with plan sponsors on a wide range of employee benefit issues and opportunities including plan design, benefit strategies, funding and plan management. Mr. Sherman managed the consulting practices for the firm’s Boston and Hartford offices and served as a member of The Segal Group's Board of Directors from 2007 to 2016.

Mr. Sherman provides consulting services to public and private health, retirement and retiree health benefit plans. He focuses on public sector entities and consults to large public sector employee benefit plans as well as city and state health plans. Additionally, he consults to corporations and nonprofit entities as well as collectively bargained multiemployer health, pension and annuity funds.

Mr. Sherman has extensive experience consulting to benefit plan sponsors on all aspects of health benefit plans and an array of wellness and work/life benefit programs, as well as defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans. His consulting expertise includes total health management, Affordable Care Act compliance, prescription drug benefit plan design, retiree health benefit programs including Medicare and Medicare Part D, cost analysis and benefit program implementation. He also assists clients with plan design review, funding alternatives, participant choice, eligibility provisions, provider reimbursement and public and private health insurance exchanges.

Mr. Sherman has a BA in Economics, magna cum laude, from Brandeis University and a Masters in Public Policy with a concentration in Health Policy from The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

Mr. Sherman served on the board of directors of the New England Benefits Council from 2000 to 2012 and was President from 2008 to 2010. 

Mr. Sherman has been widely quoted in both the benefits press and general press, including the Boston Globe, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. He has written several articles on employee benefit issues. Mr. Sherman has spoken on these issues at several universities, for the Massachusetts Bar Association and at numerous employee benefit seminars and national conferences. He has also testified before the Massachusetts State House and the Boston City Council.

Publications and presentations include:

  • “Redesigning Retiree Healthcare in the Public Sector,” IFEBP Public Sector Benefits Institute, February 2017
  • “Health Cost Trends: What’s Expected for 2017 and What Can Plan Sponsors Do About It?” National Labor and Management Conference, February 2017
  • “Assessing ACA's Big Issues Grandfathered Status and the 40% Excise Tax,” National Labor and Management Conference, February 2016
  • “The 40% Excise Tax Under the Affordable Care Act: The Tax that No Plan Sponsor Wants to Pay,” Segal Consulting webinar, September 2015
  • “Getting Ready for New ACA Reporting Requirements for Sponsors of Multiemployer Plans” Segal Consulting webinar, July 2015
  • “Navigating Your Plans for the 2018 ACA Excise Tax and other ACA ‘To Do’s,’” 38th Annual National Labor & Management Conference, February 2015
  • “The Cost of Healthcare: Highlights from the 2015 Segal Health Plan Cost Trend Survey,” Segal Consulting webinar, November 2014
  • “Affordable Care Act and the Employee Shared Responsibility Penalty,” Segal Consulting webinar, May 2014
  • “Industry Strategies in the ACA Environment,” IFEBP Health Care Management Conference, April 2014
  • “Self-Funding Health Benefits Can Help Plan Sponsors Control Costs,” Dean C. Hatfield and Andrew D. Sherman, Benefits & Compensation Digest, August 2009
  • “Connecticut Licenses Same-Gender Marriages,” Joanne L. Hustead and Andrew Sherman, Benefits Law Journal, Summer 2009