If you own or work for a Captive Insurance Company, or are a vendor who sells to captives, we look forward to seeing you at this year’s Vermont Captive Insurance Association (VCIA) Conference. Held in Burlington, Vermont, August 6-August 8, 2019, this conference is a “must attend” for captive insurers, companies like Educators Health Exchange that are owned and established by a parent company for the main purpose of insuring its own risks..
“The VCIA Conference allows those of us in the captive industry to meet, spend time with, and learn from Vermont regulators,” said A. Tracy Hassett, edHEALTH’s, and its health insurance captive, President and CEO. “As a Captive evolves, it needs to make changes in order to grow, and this conference provides valuable insights for streamlining these processes. The sessions are outstanding.”
Tracy Hassett will be sharing edHEALTH’s innovative approach to solving problems, managing risk, and measuring results. Joining her on the panel discussion titled, “Innovation Spotlight: Innovative Uses of Captives,” are John Andre, managing director of A.M. Best Rating Services, and Dean Thompson Marketing & Sales lead for edHEALTH’s population health vendor HCMS Group LLC. George M. Levine, Director of KPMG’s actuarial and insurance risk practice, will moderate this intermediate-level discussion. Attendees will learn:
- Ways to utilize data efficiently
- Suggestions for how to use metrics to measure profitability
- Rating agencies’ methodologies and risk measures
Join us for the informative panel discussion on Thursday, August 8, from 11am to noon. For more information about the VCIA Conference and to register, visit VCIA’s website.