Many small businesses are making big changes to their health insurance this year. Unfortunately, many are also experiencing significant rate increases as they transition to Obamacare¬-compliant coverage. Open enrollment season has never been busier or more complex for insurance companies and benefits brokers. As a result, it has never been more important for small business owners to understand health insurance, select the right broker, and take proactive steps to make the most of benefits. As a trusted advisor, you can help your clients navigate these complex issues.
Identify key factors employers must consider when establishing health care for their employees, and how Gusto can help employers manage the process.
Lauren is a health tech veteran and a licensed producer of accident, health, and life insurance. She currently leads Benefits Advising & Operations at Gusto. Previously, she managed government affairs for leading health IT organizations, athenahealth and Practice Fusion, and directed product at Collective Health, a start-up focused on employer-sponsored health insurance. She received a BA from Harvard University in Psychology, focusing on organizational and applied psychology.
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