medical stop-loss captive

Recently, Spring Senior Partner John Cassell presented a session on colleges funding health insurance using a medical stop-loss captive. The session covers how to create a medical stop-loss captive, the economies and efficiencies that can be achieved and why colleges and universities should have this on their radar.

In this webcast, John is joined by Spring Partner Teri Weber and Tracy Hassett who is Vice President, Human Resources at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute is a member of Ed Health, a successful example of a group of colleges and universities that banded together to form a captive to fund their medical stop-loss coverage. Ed Health has completed its first year and is already generating significant savings for its expanding base of members.

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John Cassell

John Cassell

Senior Partner at Spring Consulting Group, LLC
John Cassell is the Senior Partner at Spring Consulting Group. He is responsible for the strategic focus of the firm and for corporate development. John has over 25 years experience in the health care and financial services sector. John is a regular speaker at industry conferences and has contributed articles and papers to a number of publications and journals. He is an associate of the Royal Society of Medicine. Previously, John was a partner in Watson Wyatt from 1997-2003. During this time, he set up and ran the employer health care consulting practice in the UK and headed health care industry consulting globally. Most recently he was Executive Vice President of Watson Wyatt’s US Insurance and Financial services consulting practice.