USI’s Manoj Rajwani to Present at ISCEBS Conference in NYC May 16

With health care costs on the rise and ongoing confusion around how claim costs are determined, it’s hard to advocate for your employees and save your organization valuable dollars on the benefit spend.

Reference-based reimbursements (RBR’s) are just one way of tackling the exorbitant increases demanded by hospitals and providers.

USI Vice President Manoj Rajwani, GBA

Hear from USI Vice President Manoj Rajwani, GBA, on how reference-based pricing can help put a cap on the reimbursement amounts that providers can be paid. With RBRs, employers can take back the lead from insurance companies and expect fair renewal estimates.

Manoj will be presenting “Alternative Reimbursement Strategies: Transparency and Bottom Line Pricing” at the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists  (ISCEBS) Benefits 360 Program in New York City:

Benefits 360, Spring 2018
Maximize Your Employer-Sponsored Benefits
New York Metro Chapter ISCEBS Program
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

LOCATION:  MetLife, 200 Park Avenue, 11th Floor (at 41st Street) New York, NY

COST: $200 per person
Company discount available – $525 for three (3) or more attendees ($175 per person).
Special Student and In-Transition rates are available upon request.
Program fee includes program flash drive, notepad, breakfast, lunch and snacks.

RSVP: Registration must be received by Friday, May 11, 2018

View the conference agenda for more details on the full list of sessions.

This event will be eligible for 6.0 hours of HRCI (Human Resource Certification Institute) credit, pending approval by the HCRI, and 6.0 hours of Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) professional development credits, pending approval by SHRM.

Educational sessions at this event will be eligible for up to 7.5 CEBS continuing professional education (CPE) credits. Visit for more information.

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