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NFP Health Sponsors America's Health Insurance Plans' 2012 Forum

December 04, 2012

NFP Health, a wholly owned subsidiary of NFP, has announced that the company is a sponsor of America's Health Insurance Plans' (AHIP) 2012 Fall Forum. According to NFP health, this forum will take place on December 3-5, 2012 in Chicago.

This forum concentrates on the pressing problems related to the healthcare reform. It will consist of important information sessions along with interactive, solution-filled workshops. Discussions will focus on important topics and include care alternatives, new technologies and innovations, compliance with Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act provisions and payment alternatives.  

NFP Health provides expertise in the design, deployment and operation of a complete Health Benefits Exchange. In the past 40 years, the company has operated premier insurance benefits marketplaces in New England. It covers numerous members with its products and services.

To create full service health benefits exchanges, NFP Health has developed the technology, processes and relationships. The NFP Health Benefits Exchange works in the same market as a fully operational public exchange.

“In light of the ongoing and unprecedented changes to the health care market, we are very enthusiastic about participating in this important event," said Jeff Rich, president of NFP Health. "Learning how to establish health insurance exchanges that benefit clients is crucial for AHIP members, and we look forward to sharing our knowledge and experience.”

Recently, the company expanded its multicarrier private health benefits exchange platform. As a major player in the design, implementation and delivery of health benefits exchanges, NFP Health’s provides unique, full-service exchange platform, which includes a complete portal solution along with an extensive suite of back-office tools. These tools offer comprehensive automation. NFP Health provides plans from 12 insurance carriers reflecting numerous plans, including medical, dental and other supplemental types of coverage.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman

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