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Subject: Dependent Eligibility Audits: How to Minimize Inappropriate Use of Your Company's Benefits

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Employers are learning quickly that conducting dependent eligibility audits can lead to big savings on health care costs.

Think about it. Each ineligible dependent at your company can add as much as $5,000 to your company's health care costs—potentially more if your company is self-insured.

With some industry estimates putting the portion of ineligible dependents as high as 20 percent, employers are embracing this cost cutting tactic in increasing numbers.

Find out the steps needed to successfully institute dependent eligibility audits at your organization. Order your copy of this comprehensive IOMA webinar today.

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One consulting company predicts that 74 percent of large companies plan to conduct dependent eligibility audits in 2009, up from 53 percent in 2008, and 47 percent in 2007.

But dependent eligibility audits require employers to be forthright, not only in their investigation but in their communications with employees as well.

Why not order this this comprehensive webinar recording that examines the steps needed to successfully institute dependent eligibility audits at your organization?

In just 90 minutes, you'll learn:

  • How a dependent eligibility audit should be conducted
  • The typical rates of savings among different size employers
  • Communication tactics necessary to keep employee morale up and share results
  • Potential stumbling blocks with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
  • Levels of dependent eligibility audits and which are the best to pursue
  • How one employer saved big by instituting dependent audit at their organization

Your purchase includes the original presentation—AND the Q&A session with our expert faculty. What are you waiting for? Order now for just $275!

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Dan Prigia
Principal, Mercer's Health and Benefits Consulting

Dan is the business leader of Mercer's Performance Audit Group Specialty Practice, focusing on health plan claims, customer service, and administrative services. His area of expertise includes claim administration, customer service, performance improvement, evaluation of claims and call administrative functions, and quality improvement strategies. Dan's 26 years of experience in the area of claims, call and quality administration include work for Aetna in various management positions. He also spent eight years at Towers Perrin where he co-led the claim audit practice.


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