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BRI Virtual Event Series with Carl Schuessler, Jr., DHP, DIA, GBDS – “How to regain control from the “Middles” to be a Physician”
March 23 @ 6:00 pm
Carl Schuessler, Jr. joined Benjamin Rush Institute to talk about how to put patients FIRST without insurance company hassles on Tuesday, March 23, 6:00pm ET.
Carl Schuessler is the Founder and Managing Principal of Mitigate Partners, a Risk Management, Cost Containment and Employee Benefits Consulting firm, which is a partnership of 29 employee benefit consulting and brokerage firms that allows local management within a collaborative environment with more than 150 years of combined experience.
With more than 30 years of experience in benefits consulting and financial services, Carl pioneered the fiduciary approach to benefits advisory services. His interest in treating the employer’s money like his own, led Carl through years of research culminating in the development of his proprietary “Fair Cost Health Plan”, an innovative plan design seamlessly integrated with a High-Performance Healthcare Solutions platform that provides best-in-class benefits at substantially lower costs while improving clinical and financial outcomes for health plans and their members. A founding Health Rosetta Charter Certified Advisor, Carl is a highly accomplished speaker and author who is engaged in the pursuit of Employer-Built Healthcare to replace the archaic Insurer-Built Healthcare system that has ceased to meet the needs of employers and their employees. In 2017, Carl was selected as one of the first group of 30 forward-leaning Benefits Advisors in the U.S. to participate as a Charter Member in the Certification Program for Benefits Advisors.
Carl has successfully networked with other trusted partners/vendors such as insurance companies, PBM’s, TPA’s, health care destinations, employee benefit communication companies, and onsite clinics. He has a proven track record of bringing comprehensive High Performance Healthcare Solutions to businesses regarding healthcare costs, benefit design, improved medical outcomes, and improved employee communications.