Do you notice how quickly our employee benefits industry is changing lately? From “Medicare For All” to reference-based pricing, consolidation of agencies to value-based insurance design - there are new products, services, and ideas. And, they’re coming at us faster than ever before with no end in sight.
When was the last time you ordered from Amazon Prime? It’s great to have a need delivered to your doorstep instead of going out to hunt it down. As easy as it is, there are millions of people who haven’t made it a habit.
The same can be said for Telehealth. It’s easy. It’s everywhere. Most people have access to it but haven’t even tried it.
“What groups are a good fit for freshbenies?” Do you ask this question? It’s one I hear A LOT. My short answer is that just about any group is a fit for freshbenies. While true, there are more definitive ways to answer the question.
Today, I’m sharing 3 real-life examples of very different groups and how freshbenies met specific needs.
Did you make it to BenefitsPRO in Miami last week? If so, you heard a LOT of talk about disruption. Maybe you’re thinking this has become a buzzword with little meaning. But what I found most refreshing about the conference was the amount of discussion around the execution of disruptive ideas.
Today I’m sharing 3 approaches of disruptors that were highlighted at the conference...
On April 14th, Game of Thrones returns to HBO for its eighth and final season. It’s said to be one of the most anticipated in the history of television. In preparation for GOT’s return, I recently re-watched the entire series.
As I watched the previous 67 episodes, I was struck by some of the lessons that could be applied to our industry and specifically freshbenies. I’m sharing four fun parallels…
As someone in the employee benefits industry, you already know medical prices can vary wildly between healthcare providers for the same procedure, in the same network, and even within the same zip code.
This article was originally published on Q4intelligence Crushing Mediocrity blog.
Some people love to talk. They talk so much that other people can’t get away from them fast enough – and sometimes they just can’t get away! Often times these talkers are drawn to sales, where they believe their job is to espouse all their knowledge on their captive audience.