Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 10, 2015
Expectations remain high that single-carrier and multi-carrier private insurance exchanges will ultimately attract thousands of employers and millions of consumers. But as with the launch of any revolutionary enterprise of this magnitude, most health insurers had mixed results (at best) in the early going. “Private Exchange Strategies for Insurers: What’s Working Today? What’s Next?” the April 21 webinar from Atlantic Information Services, will discuss which strategies — and product designs — appear to be working the best.
Participants will hear from Jay Godla and Ashish Kaura of Strategy& (formerly Booz & Company). In 60 minutes of expert presentations followed by 30 minutes devoted to individual questions, they will provide insider perspectives on key questions such as:
- Which private exchange sponsors are winning the most market share? What strategies are they pursuing?
- Which private exchange product designs are selling the best…with what size purchasers?
- What are the pros and cons of proprietary exchanges versus multi-carrier designs versus both...under what circumstances?
- How are insurers attempting to differentiate themselves from their competition on private exchanges? Other than price, what add-ons or other factors are being employed? With what success?
- What 10 pitfalls have successful private exchange sponsors had to overcome?
- Will there be consolidation in private exchange platforms? If so, when? Are benefits consultants likely to remain market leaders?
- What is the private exchange marketplace likely to look like in 2020?
Visit http://aishealth.com/marketplace/c5r10_042115 for more details and registration information.
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