Salve Regina University’s edHEALTH Program Selected for March EACUBO Conference
The Eastern Association of College and University Business Officers (EACUBO) selected Salve Regina University’s edHEALTH program for inclusion in their 2020 Workshop Conference. William Hall, Salve Regina’s Vice President for Administration and Chief Financial Officer, and edHEALTH’s President, Tracy Hassett, will provide an overview of how the University saved money on faculty and staff healthcare costs.
Attendees will learn tips for overcoming campus inertia, self-insurance skeptics and ways to promote the benefits of a healthcare consortium. They will find out how the accounting and cash flows operate, and will discover how the University has received over $500,000 in pharmacy rebates over the last two years. They will also find out how edHEALTH and the University are working to prevent or reduce claims before they occur.
The EACUBO 2020 Workshop Conference takes place March 11-13 at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel. The Salve Regina University - edHEALTH presentation is on Friday, March 13, from 10:00AM-11:15AM. For additional information, and to register, visit EACUBO’s website.
Strategic Advantages of Captives
On Thursday, November 14, edHEALTH participated in the Vermont Captive Insurance Association’s (VCIA’s) Boston Road Show where attendees learned how captives provide a strategic advantage. Covered topics included:
- Reasons for formation
- Feasibility process
- Key issues to consider
- Cost structures
- Capital requirements
- Vermont regulatory requirements
Following presentations on regulatory changes, Tracy Hassett, Educators Health Insurance Exchange Captive’s President and CEO, and Gail Newman, Bright Horizon’s Vice President of Risk Management, participated in a discussion moderated by VCIA’s President, Richard Smith. They each described their experience owning and running a captive.