It’s an understatement to say that health insurance costs continue to rise. But who is to blame for these costs?
To tackle this question and shine a light on the issues revolving around health care costs, McGohan Brabender’s CEO Scott McGohan welcomes David Homan and Mike Suttman of McGohan Brabender, and Den Bishop of Holmes Murphy.
This episodes addresses who is to blame for the current state of healthcare in the United States and what we can do to fix the problem.
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Den Bishop is the acting President of Holmes Murphy & Associates and current Chairman of the Board for ACAP Health. Headquartered in West Des Moines, Iowa, Holmes Murphy specializes in property casualty insurance, employee benefits, captive insurance and more.
We are also joined by Mike Suttman who serves as McGohan Brabender’s President. Mike started with McGohan Brabender in 1995 and worked his way up his current role where he helps lead and navigate the direction of McGohan Brabender.
Our final guest is Dave Homan. Dave is our first guest to have been on the show twice. Dave’s specialty is helping companies better communicate to their workforce and employees through the use of the most innovative tools on the market today. In our previous episode, Dave discusses Psychographics and the impact it’s having on the health industry.
Den discusses the Milliman index as being the gold standard for looking at healthcare costs. This Milliman study takes a look at the average cost of health care and its impact on the average family of four.
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