Allied National’s Randy Wehner will provide member agents and guests an overview of Reference-Based Pricing for small group-based health plans.
Wehner will discuss the importance of Reference-Based Pricing for group health insurance, and what can a Health Care Agent/Advisor can offer to an employer group needing to control monthly costs for healthcare consumption.
Ultimately, the employer is who benefits with Reference-Based Pricing – a benefit payout structure that helps lower the overall cost to employers considering group health coverage.
About Randy Wehner
For more than 17 years, Randy Wehner has worked at Allied National – the majority as a Sales Manager. He specializes in working with agents and assisting them in learning about Allied’s Funding Advantage, a level-funded group health benefit plan for groups two or larger.
Before Allied, Wehner trained a sales staff and helped manage a Sprint call center in the Kansas City, Mo., area. He started his insurance career as a debit life insurance agent in the late 1980s with Prudential.
The father of three – one in high school and two graduated from college – Wehner is actively involved in his local church, leading children’s ministries for more than 15 years. A life-long resident of Kansas City, he graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Communications from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and earned the LUTCF designation as a Life Agent.Register Now