EBLF Like You’ve Never Seen Before

The Council is launching a month-long thought leadership campaign focused on employee health and benefits.
By Katie Oberkircher Posted on May 1, 2020

In the years since its founding, EBLF has proven flexible and dynamic, pivoting with the changing employee benefits landscape to ensure the content, format, and even participants reflected the needs and business opportunities of Council members. And now, in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, EBLF pivots again.

As employee benefits advisors and insurers carry on their work finding health and benefits solutions for businesses from the confines of their homes and offices, The Council has doubled down on EBLF’s business program, providing insightful and actionable thought leadership throughout the entire month of June.

The coronavirus pandemic swept the world and created unprecedented risks under unprecedented circumstances, making it clear that this global health crisis is not just a healthcare issue. It will likely have wide-reaching business implications for all industries, in some cases redefining the risks that businesses face. For that reason, we want to give the full Leader’s Edge readership—and the entire insurance community—the opportunity to join the conversation. We’ll explore what the post pandemic world might look like as well as how it might affect ongoing discussions around healthcare costs, access and quality through four different tracks:

  • Policy & Payment
  • The Employer Sponsored Insurance Model
  • Healthcare Delivery
  • Consumer Behavior

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