Voluntary Benefits Magazine - Issue 34 Now Available - Read It Today
Issue #34 of the Voluntary Benefits Magazine (VBM) has been officially released today. You can read it at: www.VoluntaryBenefitsMagazine.com. VBM is the only magazine dedicated exclusively to Limited Medical, Mini Medical and Worksite Insurance products.
The 34th issue of VBM features an article by Matt Stein reviews a study that emphasizes the importance of effective communication during benefits enrollment. Author CJ Scarlet returns from issue #33 of VBM to continue her series on the topic of coaching and how it helps middle managers - and other employees - increase engagement in their company’s wellness programs and benefits enrollment. Also, contributor Manish Nachnani discusses the business and ethical implications of integrating social media with Electronic Heath Record systems (EHR).
Read the 34th issue of the monthly magazine dedicated exclusively to voluntary benefit industry at: www.VoluntaryBenefitsMagazine.com.
Voluntary Benefits Magazine is also an official sponsor of the 4th Annual Voluntary Benefits Conference (www.VoluntaryBenefitsConference.com), which will take place October 24-26th, 2012 on the beach in Ft. Lauderdale/Miami, FL. It is the only national voluntary benefits conference to take place in the U.S. The Voluntary Benefits Conference is aimed at employers, brokers, and third-party administrators (TPAs) who have either implemented voluntary benefits within their organization or who are interested in offering voluntary benefit plans.
The Voluntary Benefits Magazine was created as the main source of information where employers, consultants and health insurance agents can learn about voluntary benefits. VBM provides a central point of communication for an emerging multi-billion dollar industry.
The Voluntary Benefits Magazine promises to provide its readers with the most cutting edge advice and expertise, written by experts actively involved in the voluntary benefit industry.
If you would like more information about our publication or you are interested in becoming a contributor, please feel free to contact us:
Dan Alexander - Assistant Editor
Voluntary Benefits Magazine