Our live, online webinars are an opportunity to stay on top of specific employee benefits topics during a one-hour, focused presentation from the convenience of your home or office.  Registration is free!

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  • Kameron Jones

Advanced Retirement Plan Benchmarking: Determining Reasonable Plan Fees When Providers Have Multiple Sources of Revenue

October 24, 2018 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm Eastern
  • Kameron Jones
    Investment Advisor Representative, NFP

With margins being driven down by prudent plan sponsors benchmarking their plan fees, providers are now more than ever trying to find additional sources of revenue within the retirement plan offering, which are not always transparent or easy to quantify.  Examples of additional revenue sources come in the form of proprietary investments, managed accounts, additional benefits services, and more.  Join the experts at NFP for this webinar in advanced benchmarking to learn how to quantify all revenue being collected by the provider and how to determine if it is fair and reasonable.

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The “Magical Mystery Tour” of Prescription Drug Rebates

November 8, 2018 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm Eastern
  • Gregory I. Madsen
    Co-CEO, Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC
  • Michael J. Staab, J.D.
    Co-CEO, Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC

This one-hour webinar helps plan sponsors better understand what is and is not considered a rebate by your PBM and pharmaceutical companies. Learn what you should consider asking for from your PBM when it comes to rebates. Hear about the nuances in your PBM contract regarding the payment of rebates, particularly on specialty drugs and whether rebates actually increase drug costs. Discover the impacts that point-of-sale rebates could have on your overall plan costs if you allow members to share in the rebates you receive from your PBM. Finally, find out about the changes currently being considered in Washington, D.C. including whether rebates are “on the chopping block” and the impact on your overall prescription drug costs if the payment of rebates are eliminated.

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