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Anatomy of a Renewal: Let’s Strategize

Episode #71



MB Director of Account Management, Todd Clarke joins Side Affects producer, Kenzie Fell, and MB CEO, Scott McGohan to walk through some key points when approaching a self-funded client’s health care renewal. Todd shares the importance of the data analytics reporting to project any changes that should be made at renewal. When things are going well, it just may be the right time to adjust your plan. Change is hard, but with our tools, the MB account management can help ease the transition. Tune in to learn how to approach your next renewal!

About Our Guest

Todd Clarke

Todd is an Account Manager for groups with 100 or more employees. He graduated from the Ohio State University in 2000 and found his way back to the Buckeye state after working in Chicago and New York City for some national benefit consultants. He has been with McGohan Brabender for nearly 5 years. Todd specializes in self-funded group benefits strategy and has experience in all aspects of funding, design, contribution strategy and financial management. He joins us on the show today to take us through the anatomy of a large group renewal. His more than 20 years of experience in the industry, making him the perfect subject matter expert to lead us through this topic.

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