TCHP and Coldbrook Insurance Group Kick off 2019 Round Table Series

Total Control Health Plans is hosting the first of a series of employer round table events in 2019 on Wednesday, February 20th.  The event is targeted towards employers who have, or are considering, a self-funded medical plan and are spending more than $6,500 per employee per year on health insurance.

Our keynote speaker will be Deb Ault, founder of Ault International Medical Management, the preeminent medical management firm in the country.  Deb will highlight how, over the course of the last 14 years, they have helped their clients accomplish the following:

– Eliminate hope as the primary cost containment strategy
– Transition from fully-insured plans to highly managed self-funded plans
– Average $6,500 per employee per year in Medical and Rx costs

We will be hosting two events on February 20th, one in Holland and one is Grand Rapids.  You are welcome to attend either event.

Details:

Holland
Wednesday, February 20th
7:30 am to 8:30 am
Boatwerks Waterfront Restaurant – Holland, MI

You may RSVP for the Holland event here: 

Grand Rapids
Wednesday, February 20th
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park

You may RSVP for the Grand Rapids event here: 

Seating is limited, so please RSVP as soon as possible to ensure we have space for you.

As a preview, please mark your calendar for future events we have planned over the coming months:

Friday, March 8th – Employer round table with the Apostrophe Health, a revolutionary Third Party Administrator for self-funded plans.  Events will be held in Holland and Grand Rapids.

Wednesday, March 20th – Employer round table with Dan Thompson, nationally recognized expert on Direct Primary Care and founder of Clinical Wellness Network. Events will be held in Holland and Grand Rapids.

Thursday, May 16th – Employer round table discussing Health Purchasing Coalitions with Mick Rodgers, founder of the Alliance Healthcare Coalition.  Events will be held in Holland and Grand Rapids.

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