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The new policy that's (finally) bringing transparency to the benefits broker-employer relationship

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Joe Donovan, Nava's CRO and Benefits Consulting Lead, outlines a new policy that could lift the veil on how much benefits brokers are actually charging their clients.

We've all been there. You go to a doctor's appointment, see the doc and leave without a hint or idea of what you'll end up owing. You take your car to a mechanic and brace yourself for the bill.

No one likes to be kept in the dark, especially when it comes to their own money. Yet this is still the case with benefits brokerages. Every year, employers sign on with their broker without an inkling of how much they're really paying, or what exactly they'll receive for that payment.

But this might change sooner than you think. A new policy could lift the veil on how much benefits brokers are actually charging their clients. Let's talk about what this policy is and why it's good news for the healthcare consumer.

Read more: https://www.hrdive.com/spons/the-new-policy-thats-finally-bringing-transparency-to-the-benefits-broke/610876/

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The new policy that's (finally) bringing transparency to the benefits broker-employer relationship

December 7, 2021
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The new policy that's (finally) bringing transparency to the benefits broker-employer relationship

We've all been there. You go to a doctor's appointment, see the doc and leave without a hint or idea of what you'll end up owing. You take your car to a mechanic and brace yourself for the bill.

No one likes to be kept in the dark, especially when it comes to their own money. Yet this is still the case with benefits brokerages. Every year, employers sign on with their broker without an inkling of how much they're really paying, or what exactly they'll receive for that payment.

But this might change sooner than you think. A new policy could lift the veil on how much benefits brokers are actually charging their clients. Let's talk about what this policy is and why it's good news for the healthcare consumer.

Read more: https://www.hrdive.com/spons/the-new-policy-thats-finally-bringing-transparency-to-the-benefits-broke/610876/

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Joe Donovan

Chief Revenue Officer & Benefits Consulting Lead

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Summary
Joe Donovan, Nava's CRO and Benefits Consulting Lead, outlines a new policy that could lift the veil on how much benefits brokers are actually charging their clients.

We've all been there. You go to a doctor's appointment, see the doc and leave without a hint or idea of what you'll end up owing. You take your car to a mechanic and brace yourself for the bill.

No one likes to be kept in the dark, especially when it comes to their own money. Yet this is still the case with benefits brokerages. Every year, employers sign on with their broker without an inkling of how much they're really paying, or what exactly they'll receive for that payment.

But this might change sooner than you think. A new policy could lift the veil on how much benefits brokers are actually charging their clients. Let's talk about what this policy is and why it's good news for the healthcare consumer.

Read more: https://www.hrdive.com/spons/the-new-policy-thats-finally-bringing-transparency-to-the-benefits-broke/610876/

Author bio

Joe Donovan

Chief Revenue Officer & Benefits Consulting Lead

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