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Optimise Your Workforce: A Deep Dive into Employee Benefits, is a dynamic podcast dedicated to navigating the complex landscape of employee benefits. In each episode, we delve into the world of employee benefits, offering valuable insights, strategies, and expert advice to help businesses unlock the full potential of their employee benefits programs. From health insurance and retirement plans to wellbeing initiatives and perks packages, we explore the latest trends, best practices, and innov ...
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We talk with employers, benefits advisors, technology innovators, and other experts in wellness, human resources, and healthcare."Healthcare on the Rocks" is a production of Springbuk. Imagine a world where every healthcare decision is backed and guided by data. Springbuk is the health data analytics solution that equips you with the insights and expertise you need to sharpen your benefits strategy, advance employee health, and contain costs. Unlike legacy data warehouses, we simplify data-d ...
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In this light-hearted yet informative episode, Chrissy Krampert, Chief Strategy Officer at Jellyvision, shares the fascinating journey of Jellyvision, from its quirky beginnings in educational content and gaming to becoming a leader in healthcare benefits education with ALEX, their flagship product. She explains how ALEX leverages behavioral scienc…
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Join Leo Savage and Emma Capper as they discuss men's health in the workplace and what employers can do to support men's health in the workplace. Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing is part of the Howden Group. Registered in England and Wales under company number 2248238, with its registered office at One Creechurch Place, London EC3A 5AF. Authori…
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In this episode of The Proskauer Benefits Brief, David Teigman, partner in the Tax Department and a member of the Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Group, Josh Apfelroth, partner in the Private Equity and Mergers & Acquisitions Group and Nick LaSpina, senior counsel in the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group discuss sharehol…
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Dr. Adonis Saremi and Cody Fair from Noom join this to discuss the significant impact of GLP-1 medications on weight management conversations within the employer space. Cody, the Head of Commercial Healthcare at Noom, shares insights into how these medications are elevating the importance of weight management in employer health programs. Dr. Saremi…
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Spend 15 minutes and discover essential insights on mental health tailored for rural and farming communities in our latest podcast. Hosted by Emma Capper, UK Wellbeing Lead, and featuring Alex Tambourides, CEO of Mind in Enfield and Barnet, this episode delves into the unique challenges of rural life, such as isolation and stress, and offers practi…
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Join Matthew Gregson and Josh Hayes as they discuss: Why pension should remain high on your agenda for the next 12 to 24 months. Exploring some of the detail and current challenges Pitfalls of approaches and the things that you might want on your own workplace plan Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing is part of the Howden Group. Registered in Engl…
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In this episode of "Healthcare on the Rocks: Employee Benefits with a Twist," David and new co-host Nicole Belles cover the world of musculoskeletal (MSK) health with Aaryn Pure, Chief Commercial Officer at Hinge Health. The episode kicks off with Aaryn joining from Chicago amidst Hinge Health's bustling annual conference, Movement, providing a “ma…
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It is evident from our latest research alongside REBA that employers find themselves on all parts of the spectrum, in terms of the current status and performance of their employee benefits programmes. As we continue through this period of cost pressures, it is especially important to understand where your programme sits, to take the first steps to …
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In this episode of "Healthcare on the Rocks: Employee Benefits with a Twist," hosts Jennifer Jones and David Pittman talk with Naomi Levinthal, the Chief Growth Officer at Reperio Health, about the innovative world of biometric screenings. Naomi, a self-professed tech nerd with a rich background in health IT, shares her journey to Reperio and discu…
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In this episode of "Healthcare on the Rocks: Employee Benefits with a Twist," Scott Vold, the Chief Commercial Officer at Renalogic, describes the complexities of kidney disease, its treatment, and the economic impact on employers and their health plans. Scott talks about the critical and often overlooked public health crisis of chronic kidney dise…
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In this engaging episode of "Healthcare on the Rocks: Employee Benefits with a Twist," hosts Jennifer and David invite two guests from PHM, Natalya Gertsik and Tommy Axford, to discuss innovative strategies for managing employee benefits, with a particular focus on cancer care. Natalya, specializing in population health risk management and biopharm…
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In this episode, we delve into the mission of Summus, a healthcare company that aims to revolutionize the way patients access top medical expertise. Nick Razzi, Chief Revenue Officer at Summus Global, describes how their platform provides a quicker route for patients to connect with leading specialists, ensuring that critical healthcare decisions a…
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In this episode, Justin Holland, CEO and co-founder of HealthJoy, shares his international upbringing, entrepreneurial ventures, and the personal healthcare challenge that led to the creation of HealthJoy, a platform designed to simplify healthcare choices for employees and employers alike. With a focus on enhancing healthcare navigation and reduci…
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Dive into an episode that's all about the big issues hitting our health and wallets: skyrocketing prescription costs and the obesity epidemic. Two co-authors of the 2024 Employee Health Trends report from Springbuk take you through the ins and outs of how these challenges are reshaping the landscape of employer healthcare spending and what it means…
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Dive into the world of high-cost claimants trends with Janet Young, MD, Clinical Analytics Advisor at Springbuk and one of the authors of the 2024 Employee Health Trends report. The report sheds light on managing those hefty healthcare expenses. Janet describes the journey through the world of healthcare economics, beginning with a breakdown of hig…
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Howden’s reflections on Pension Awareness Week 2023 Join Matthew Gregson and Josh Hayes as they discuss how businesses can support pensions awareness week on 11th -15th September and the theme of a 'decade of difference'. Are employers successfully engaging their employees with contributions - what has been achieved over the past 10 years and what …
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In this engaging and informative podcast, hosts Mike Pattengale and Jennifer Jones chat with Alex Frommeyer, the co-founder and CEO of Beam Benefits. Alex shares his journey from being an engineer to founding Beam, a digitally native employee benefits company that's transforming dental insurance and more. Key takeaways: Digitally Native Benefits: B…
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Brian Whorley, founder of Paytient, explained how the company's health payment accounts provide interest-free credit lines for out-of-pocket healthcare expenses, aiming to bridge the gap between existing healthcare savings accounts (HSAs), flexible spending accounts (FSAs), and the financial burden of healthcare costs. Whorley stated, "Credit is wh…
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In this episode of The Proskauer Benefits Brief, David Teigman, partner in the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group, Simon Sharpe, partner and member of our Private Equity and Mergers & Acquisitions groups and Nick LaSpina, senior counsel in the Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Group discuss rep and warranty insurance (RWI…
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If you look at almost any engagement survey that a company does, career development is almost always one of the lowest scores. Robyn Clark, the founder of WinningWise, an HR and talent management company, says that’s largely because employers career development because they think it's only for the person – the employee – and not for them. That’s co…
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In this episode of The Proskauer Benefits Brief, Proskauer partners Ira Bogner and Adam Scoll and law clerk Tanusha Yarlagadda discuss the Department of Labor’s final ESG rules issued on November 22, 2022, and how those rules affect the consideration by ERISA fiduciaries of environmental, social, and governance or “ESG” factors when making investme…
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A 2023 Business Group on Health survey showed that for the first time in history, cancer overtook musculoskeletal disease as the top cost driver for employers. Natalya Gertsik, vice president of Clear Cancer Solution Management at PHM, and a contributor to the 2023 Springbuk Employee Health Trends report, says this is a major issue from employers a…
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Join Emma Capper, UK Wellbeing Leader and Leo Savage, Global Wellbeing Consultant this International Women’s Day as they discuss how employers can support women’s health in the workplace. Find out how businesses can “normalise” conversations about women's health issues and how to involve men in the discussions. Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing …
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For the past few years, specialty drugs have played a large and growing role in the overall cost of employee healthcare. In this episode, Janet Young, M.D., lead clinical scientist and co-author of Springbuk's 2023 Employee Health Trends Report, describes the factors that are driving the biggest increases and get some tips on what employers can do …
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Welcome to our second podcast of 2023, this time we are focusing on pensions. We will be covering: Knowing your demographic Improving funding Nailing Engagement Changing provider landscape ESG & Climate Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing is part of the Howden Group. Registered in England and Wales under company number 2248238, with its registered…
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Welcome to our first podcast of 2023, we hope you find the content useful. In our first epsiode we will be covering physical wellbeing and how employers can support their employees. Here's what we will be covering: What is physical wellbeing? Is there a simple way to define it? Physical wellbeing in the workplace – is it getting enough attention? W…
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We are now into our fourth year of dealing with COVID. Since it burst into our consciousness in early 2020, we've seen massive changes in treatments and long-term effects, including the enigmatic, long COVID and strains on mental health. To kick off season two of “Healthcare on the Rocks: Employee Benefits with a Twist,” we're going to start with a…
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Imagine you’ve just received a life-changing diagnosis: maybe it’s cancer, maybe it’s ALS. Whatever it is, the last thing you would want to worry about is finding the best specialist or questioning if your prognosis is correct. That’s where an Expert Medical Opinion solution can help. Josh Reimer, Director of Channel Partnerships at Included Health…
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“What we've seen in the last 10 to 15 years … is a juggernaut of costs from specialty medicines, usually wonderful medicines with great cures, but that come at a significant cost. … And whereas the split between medical and pharma used to be that we spent some of our time on utilization of pharmacy and prescriptions and generics and mail order vers…
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For many of us, we focus on the four pillars of wellbeing including mental, physical, financial and social in order to think about and execute our own wellbeing plans internally. Social Wellbeing can often be a forgotten or under-serviced wellbeing pillar - supporting community, volunteering and other CSR initiatives. In this podcast Matthew Gregso…
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The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (CAA) was signed into law, including many provisions that impact employer-sponsored health plans. The CAA mandates a new set of requirements for pharmacy reporting, mental health parity compliance, consumer price transparency, balance-billing practices, and other requirements related to contracts between …
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Healthiest Employers is the trusted awards program that recognizes people-first organizations that are taking a more proactive approach to employee health. Since its inception in 2009, the Healthiest Employers corporate wellness program has attracted over 10,000 employers representing more than 60 million employees from all across the United States…
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Join Matthew Gregson, Executive Director at Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing and Jeremy Beament, Director at nudge Global as they explore how you can support your employees giving them the skills and knowledge for financial wellbeing in the workplace. Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing is part of the Howden Group. Registered in England and Wa…
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In this episode of The Proskauer Benefits Brief, partner David Teigman, senior counsel Nick LaSpina, and special international labor & employment counsel Nicola Bartholomew, discuss differences between asset sales in the US and the UK, with respect to transfers of employees. In short, there are significant differences that are not necessarily intui…
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Specialty drugs are playing a significant role in the increasing healthcare costs in the commercial market. In this third episode of a mini-series based on the 2022 Employee Health Trends report, Janet Young, M.D., Lead Clinical Scientist at Springbuk and co-author of the report, talks about which specialty drugs are driving the most cost and alter…
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Health insurance was established to protect us from catastrophic financial loss, but David Contorno, CEO and founder of E-Powered Benefits, says, “medical debt is the number one cause of bankruptcy in the U.S., with the huge majority of them having had health insurance?” David explains how the typical broker and carrier contracts are structured so …
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In this second episode of a mini-series based on the 2022 Employee Health Trends report, we talk with co-author Janet Young, M.D., Lead Clinical Scientist at Springbuk, about the impacts COVID-19 has had on employee healthcare and employer benefit plans. Armed with data from more than 30,000 COVID patients, Janet and her fellow data analysts split …
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Join Matthew Gregson and Dr Jane Benjamin from HCA Healthcare as they discuss women's health in the workplace and what employers can do to support them. About Dr Jane Benjamin Dr Jane Benjamin is an experienced general practitioner who has spent time working in both London and South Africa. She qualified from the University of Cape Town in 2004 and…
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In the 2021 Employee Health Trends report, Springbuk discovered the rate of telemedicine services per 1000 plan members had increased 12-fold over the previous year’s data, which was mostly prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Digging deeper into the data, Chris Gagen and the rest of the Springbuk analytics team found mental health accounted for more th…
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Join Matthew Gregson, Executive Director at Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing and Hazel Craig, Senior Data Analytics & Wellbeing Consultant as they explore the importance of wellbeing in businesses and how you can create your strategy. Howden Employee Benefits & Wellbeing is part of the Howden Group. Registered in England and Wales under company…
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In this episode of The Proskauer Benefits Brief, Proskauer partner David Teigman, senior counsel Nick LaSpina, and special guest Michelle Garrett, a principal at the compensation consulting firm Semler Brossy, discuss employee retention. It seems like there is an article almost every day talking about the “great resignation.” In a nutshell, there h…
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In this episode of The Proskauer Benefits Brief, Myron D. Rumeld, partner and co-chair of Proskauer’s ERISA Litigation group and senior associate Tulio D. Chirinos, review the current state of affairs with respect to the litigation challenging the fees charged and investments offered in defined contribution plans; and The Supreme Court’s recent dec…
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You might know Spencer Smith hosts a popular podcast around self-funded insurance. Or you may have seen his video series on stop-loss insurance, which has become standard curriculum for many people just starting in the industry. But did you know Spencer loves heavy metal, which many people find shocking? Or that he once dabbled in stand-up comedy, …
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Take a big idea, surround yourself with phenomenal people, and execute on an idea. That’s how Rod Reasen, CEO Springbuk, assessed the success he’s witnessed in the five years since founding the health data analytics company. Rod believes benefits managers have a unique opportunity to take data from thousands of employers, use an analytics platform …
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Here in the middle of the “Great Resignation,” wellness programs play a huge role in attracting and retaining top employees. Courtney Schroeder, Well-being Strategy Consultant at WellRight, says the top question used to be “What is my bonus structure?” Now there’s been a shift back to “What is the culture?” Standards are higher for perks and benefi…
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In today’s dynamic labor market, it often takes more than a competitive salary and a solid medical plan to attract and retain the best employees. U-Haul, one of the Healthiest 100 employers in the United States, understands that better than most companies. Monique Harty, U-Haul’s Wellness Program Manager, explains that the 76-year-old do-it-yoursel…
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In this episode, we talk with Jason Nordby, who is a senior account executive and partner at M3 Insurance, specializing in employee benefits and coordinating ongoing service for clients to ensure that their coverage meets their needs. Jason is also M3’s director of employee benefits captive practice. In this role, he serves as a subject matter expe…
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In today’s tight labor market, employers are struggling to identify the unique value proposition that they can offer to prospective employees as well as to retain current staff. For example, the importance of - and desire for - family benefits and mental health have risen dramatically over recent years. Another set of hot-button questions for HR le…
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