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League’s Health Benefits Marketplace℠ Webinar: A Benefits Technology Solution for Cities

May 11 Webinar will Cover How Your City Can Increase Efficiency of Delivering Medical Benefits to Active Employees

April 14, 2017
Join the League on Thursday, May 11 at 10 a.m. for a one-hour complimentary webinar to learn how your city can utilize the League of California Cities® Health Benefits Marketplace℠ (HBM) administration platform to manage active employee medical benefits. 
 
The HBM leverages state of the art technology, enabling public sector HR professionals to streamline efficiencies around enrollments, administration, ACA reporting, delivery of wellness and more.

The webinar will cover:
  • What the HBM is, who has access and how it works;
  • How the HBM tool can redefine the ways in which your city delivers benefits to all its different employee populations; and
  • How the HBM platform works with a live demonstration of the benefits administration technology.
 
A question and answer session will follow the webinar.
 
Registration
 
Pre-registration is now open.
 
Information
 
For additional information on the HBM visit www.cacities.org/HBM or contact Amanda Cadelago with the League at (916) 658-8226.
 
About the League of California Cities Health Benefits Marketplace
 
The League’s Health Benefits Marketplace features flexible tools to help all public agencies manage their unique benefits, contributions and eligibility structures for active employees and retirees. A robust benefits administration tool enables HR to enhance efficiencies and maximize staff time while delivering benefits to active employees via an individualized online shopping and enrollment plan.
 
The Health Benefits Marketplace also provides the option for cities to transition their retirees to the individual market, where retirees can align their individual needs with the health care market, simultaneously allowing cities to help manage the cost and liabilities associated with Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB). 


 
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