Join Charlie Morriss and Danielle as they talk about the kinds of risks posed by Employee Theft and the insurance that protects companies from the things we really don't like to think about. We'll give examples - both large and small. We'll also provide practical, real signs to watch for to use as your first line of defense.
Meet Kate Mundell of MultiCare- Connected Care and John Casper from Premera Blue Cross. If you live in the Northwest, chances are good you've heard of these companies or even been part of their systems. They're pioneering a new solution here in Washington State that is promising to be innovative, data-driven, collaborative AND lower in cost. In this episode of The Checkup, we'll learn how they plan to deliver on those promises.
In the last of the Washington Paid Family Leave series, Marjory Robertson talks about the voluntary option for which Washington State will allow employers to apply. Wondering what to do next? We'll discuss that too!
Marjory Robertson, Assistant Vice President & Senior Counsel at SunLife Financial talks us through the basics of legislation for Washington Paid Family Leave and answers questions like: How did this come about? Why did Washington State create the benefit like this? When does the new payroll tax or premium begin? How is the premium calculated?
Zach Snyder, the Government Affairs Representative for Regence Blue Shield joins Danielle for this episode to talk about what's coming in the Washington legislature in 2019. Find out about the single payor proposal for Washington, anticipated new taxes that will impact employer plans and what you can do to be heard!
In this episode of The Checkup, Danielle Huston interviews Tim Kollas, the Chief Commercial Officer at 98point6. 98point6 is leading the charge to transform primary care by applying technology to make care more accessible and affordable, no matter who or where you are.