Past Seminars

Provided below is a glimpse at the topics we have addressed in previous seminars. If you are interested in past seminar content, please contact us.

TitleDateMore Info
Annual Southeast Michigan Mid-Market Group Benefits Survey ResultsJune of each year More Info
Annual Michigan K-12 Public School District Group Benefits Survey ResultsJune of each year More Info
Annual Michigan Municipality Group Benefits Survey ResultsJune of each year More Info
2012 Health Care Reform – Wave 1 ComplianceMarch 2012 More Info
2011 Health Care Reform 2.0 – The Next WaveMay-June 2011 More Info
Impact of Health Care ReformSeptember 2010 More Info
Controlling Health Care CostsMarch 2010 More Info
Section 125August 2009 More Info
Managing Health Costs in a Tough EconomyMarch/April 2009 More Info
COBRASeptember/October 2008 More Info
Retiree Health CareJuly 2008 More Info
Hot Topics in Health Care Cost ControlMarch 2008 More Info
Consumerism on a ContinuumSeptember 2007 More Info
WellnessAugust 2007 More Info
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)March 2007 More Info
Retiree Health Care UpdateSeptember/October 2006 More Info
Attacking Health Care Costs UpdateJuly/August 2006 More Info
Section 125 Plans and Mid-Year Election ChangessMarch 2006 More Info
The Security RuleFebruary 2006 More Info
Retiree Health Care ChallengesAugust/September, 2005 More Info
Attacking Health Care Costs July/August 2005 More Info
Electronic Data Management – Does It Make Sense? March 2005 More Info
The Security Rule January/February 2005
October 2004
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Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) August/September 2004 More Info
The Security Rule June/July 2004 More Info
Health Care Cost Crisis April 2004 More Info
HIPAA Privacy RuleSeptember 2003 More Info
Potpourri Seminar – Three exciting topics! July 2003 More Info
HIPAA Privacy Rule January/March 2003 More Info
Department of Labor Claim Regulations June 2002 More Info
ERISAMarch 2002 More Info
Department of Labor Claim Regulations December 2001 More Info
COBRAFebruary 2000 More Info

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