Twenty-seven percent of all U.S. employers used working spouse provisions in 2015, a figure that will double by next year, according to Willis Towers Watson/National Business Group. The cost-savings measure identifies employee spouses with access to insurance through their employers.

In this session, Christiana Healthcare and Mercy Health HR leaders will join working spouse provision provider HMS to share best practices. The discussion will include when to outsource the work, how to choose between surcharge and carve-out options, how often to survey your employees, and the potential impact of ACA repeal and replace efforts on the approach.

Featured Speakers:

Molly Seals

VP, HR Program Delivery
Mercy Health

Molly Seals provides strategic leadership for the delivery of all HR programs and services across the system. As part of Mercy Health’s Human Resources Leadership Team, she is called upon to transform HR program and service delivery to create a distinctive employee experience. Seals served on the advisory committee of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Academic Progression in Nursing Council and is a past-president of the American Society of Healthcare Human Resource Administrators (ASHHRA).

Mark LoGiudice

Manager, Benefits and Wellness
Christiana Care Health System

Mark LoGiudice leads a team providing all aspects of employee benefits, including health and welfare, as well as retirement and wellness. LoGiudice has more than 30 years of experience in employee benefits. His varied background in benefits and service delivery provided an ideal foundation for his current work, serving more than 10,000 employees.

Steve Noury

National Sales Director
SE Region, HMS

Steve Noury has more than 25 years of sales and marketing experience in the healthcare/managed care industry, working with insurance carriers, health plans, TPAs, and employers. He has earned the designation of Managed Health Professional (MHP) through a program offered by the Health Insurance Association of America.


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