Did you read the headline of this and freeze in your tracks? Or did you read it and think what on earth could this tell me that I don’t already know?
Most people can see themselves in one of the examples below:
You know you haven’t taken the time to learn much about your benefits and you have a sneaking suspicion you are probably leaving money on the table.
You feel like a pro – you know when to go to the ER, Urgent Care, you have a personal doctor you see every year, you know when you are being incorrectly billed, and you have it all figured out.
No matter which of the above you most identify with, this topic of conversation is important to all of us, and you will find useful information for yourself and/or to share with others in your organization. Come ready for a non-boring and non-political health care conversation. Take notes, ask questions, and learn how to understand your current policy, have more effective conversations around health care, and how you may be able to use components to build wealth. Yes. I said build wealth.
11:30 a.m. Check-in and networking
12:00 p.m. Welcome and membership/guest introductions
12:20 p.m. Presentation by Andrea Kieman-Rognsvoog
12:45 p.m. Audience Q&A
12:55 p.m. Closing remarks
1:00 p.m. Adjourn
The registration deadline is Wednesday, January 5. If you missed the deadline and would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Andrea Kiemen-Rognsvoog is an Employee Benefits Consultant in the Brookfield, WI USI office. Andrea has vast insurance experience including agency leadership. Prior to joining USI, Andrea served in the employer division for one of the largest non-profit health care systems in the nation and successfully developed strong internal and external relationships. In this role, she served the employer community, largely working with human resource and c-suite leaders, sat on several internal growth teams, providing information on local employer needs, and worked with her internal business partners on new program ideas, creation, execution & dissemination. Andrea has excellent insight into managing health care costs, and a passion for marrying the human needs in your organization with your fiscal needs.
Andrea’s primary objective is to add value to those she serves. With an ability to listen, clarify, and the courage to have open conversations, Andrea’s clients benefit from her forthright, data-driven partnership, and high service standards.
As an avid volunteer in her community, Andrea’s greatest joy is seeing organizations use the dollars that they save by working with her, to reinvest in their mission and/or business.