#HEALTHCARE REFORM tweet Book01
140 Tips to Save Money on Health Insurance and Healthcare
by Jason T. Andrew
Even in the best of economic times, the small business owner finds it challenging to survey the health insurance landscape and select an insurance plan that works for him or her. Today, there are additional complexities, including a turbulent economy and the labyrinth of healthcare reform. How does the small business owner make sense of healthcare reform, understand its consequences for his or her own enterprise, and find an insurance plan that makes economic sense?
Fortunately, help is at hand in the form of Jason T. Andrew‘s concise volume, #HEALTHCARE REFORM tweet Book01. An acknowledged expert on consumer-driven healthcare and the Founding Partner of Stone Meadow Benefits, Jason condenses his experience and wisdom in this slim and handy volume.
In the increasingly popular tweet format, Jason brings you an understanding of healthcare reform and how it will impact you. He educates you into selecting the right insurance plan for your business –- a plan that can cut costs while implementing wellness, so that you actually increase revenue per employee. He provides tips for lowering out-of-pocket healthcare costs and structuring coverage to maximize tax savings. And finally, he surveys the health insurance landscape from his unique vantage point to consolidate online resources that provide valid insights, tips, analysis tools or information on transparency, so that you are empowered to make the choices and decisions that work for your business.
As a widely-acclaimed speaker on consumer-driven healthcare, Jason has shared his knowledge and perspective at professional and business forums across the San Francisco Bay Area. Now, his expertise can be brought home to you. #HEALTHCARE REFORM tweet Book01 is a valuable reference that should find a place in every small business owner’s library.
This book is part of the THINKaha series whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out quotes (tweets/ahas).
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