In this second installation in our special Virtual Whiteboard Event series, Dave Ross continues to expand upon the financial implications of COVID-19 and the impact on employer-sponsored health plans.
- Member Costs vs. Plan Costs – While the marketplace is focusing on eliminating member-cost, the better question is, what’s going to happen to plan cost?
- Do the elevated costs to a fully-insured plan in 2020 just disappear? Does it have an impact on the self-insured marketplace?
- Opportunity presents itself – Why self-insured might be a far better alternative to fully-insured for many employers going forward.
- How does COVID impact stop loss pricing and are there opportunities for self-insured health plans to capitalize on it?
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