KTP Advisors, a specialty advisory firm in the areas of retiree health benefits, private exchange comparisons, and ACA reporting, will be attending the IHC Forum West in Las Vegas, Nevada in November. As part of the event, Barry Eyre, KTP’s VP of Business Development, will be participating in multiple sessions to share his insights, alongside other industry experts, on the private exchange marketplace.
His first session: Session 107 – “Defined Contribution & Private Exchange” will feature guest speaker, Jeff Yaniga, Chief Revenue Officer at Maestro Health. Their discussion will look at the cold, hard facts of private exchanges. Presenting a curated selection of statistics and insights, Yaniga will fact check information presented by benefits pundits and provide thought provoking ideas on how to optimize the way we all do business. Be sure to catch this great discussion on Tuesday, November 17th from 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
As a panel moderator for Session 207, Barry will be leading the discussion on the latest private exchange trends and strategies for retirees. The panel will feature exchange providers, as well as employers who have implemented a private exchange option for their retirees. Attendees will leave this session with an appreciation for:
- Private exchange options available for employers who offer, or are obligated to provide, retiree health benefits;
- Best practices in providing retiree health benefits through a private exchange;
- The cost savings an employer can anticipate by implementing a private exchange option to satisfy retiree health obligations.
Will we see you in Vegas? We hope to see you there! For the full agenda, please click here.
The Institute for HealthCare Consumerism’s IHC FORUM Conference Series are the only national events 100% dedicated to health care consumerism. Through cutting-edge workshops, general sessions, pre-conference events and networking opportunities, attendees leave with relevant insights from industry thought leaders and policymakers on how to navigate defined contributions and exchanges, cut costs, engage employees and comply with current healthcare laws. FORUM-goers also have an unprecedented opportunity to learn from peers who have successfully adopted healthcare consumerism programs.