Los Angeles, CA, March 06, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The 1st Mini Medical Plan and Limited Medical Plan Sales & Marketing Conference announces it’s leading expert speakers:
Alexandra Jung, Senior Vice President, Aon’s Health & Benefits Practice
Cesar Goldman, Willis
Jim Arriola, CEO, Sekure Healthcare
Charles R. Linn, is President of eDocAmerica and MD Online
Jerry D. Turney, who works with USNow
Robert Frary, Vice President of Symetra
Ron Agypt, Vice President of BrokerSales at Aflac
Ross Pendergraft President-Elect Los Angeles Association of Health Underwriters
Kemal Canlar, Specialty Benefits, United Healthcare
Robert S. Shestack, CES, National Practice Leader, Workplace Voluntary Benefits TrionTM
Gary McGeddy, Executive Vice President, Fairmont Specialty
Sam Fleet, CEO & President, AmWINS Group Benefits
Kimberly Darling, Founder & President, Competitive Health, Inc
Steven Frankel, Director of Corporate Services, The Farmington Company
The 1st Mini Medical Plan and Limited Medical Plan Sales & Marketing Conference will take place in Los Angeles California on October 25th and 26th 2009 and will have a special focus on networking, and will help attendees coordinate networking meetings to develop new business relationships.
Mini Medical Plans is sometimes referred to as Limited benefit medical plans, limited benefit plans, and are anticipated to be one of the fastest growing segments of health insurance as the economic crisis in the US puts pressure on US employers to reduce costs, cut back on benefit offerings to employees and to change full time employees to part time employees.
Mini Medical and Limited Medical Plans are a multi billion dollar industry and one of the fastest growing segments of the health insurance industry in America. Mini Medical Plans and Limited Medical Plans have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the NY Times and thousands of other publications across the country. Yet, as fast as this industry has grown, and continues to grow, there has never been a dedicated conference for mini-medical plans and limited medical plans. Employers, health insurance agents and consultants are currently in the dark when it comes to learning about mini-medical plans and limited medical plans, or choosing the best insurance carriers to work with.