Risk management has a whole new meaning in the era of COVID-19.
St. Charles, IL- Insurance Program Managers Group (IPMG) is pleased to announce Mark Fiechter has joined the Employee Benefits Services Division (EBS) as Vice President of Development.
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For over 20 years, IPMG has worked with employers, brokers and third-party agents to create safe, healthy work environments. While we work in several sectors of insurance management, we have always been especially passionate about helping our clients successfully navigate employee benefits.
To put it mildly, this year has demanded a lot from your clients.
Above all, many have had to pivot to remote work quickly. While this was a necessary change, it was also a rather jarring one, taking a physical and mental toll on employees.
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Change is on everyone’s mind. The last year has been a wakeup call for many employees and employers alike, and we will see this reflected as each set their benefits plans for the year ahead.
IPMG is delighted to introduce our newly redesigned Employee Benefits newsletter. We've created a new format that focuses on including the topics, links and discussions that we believe are the most important for you.
While not new on the scene, Reference Based Pricing (RBP) has gained significant traction over the last few years as employers and their brokers attempt to reduce the ever-growing expenses of health claims.
St. Charles, IL, September 2020 – Insurance Program Managers Group (IPMG) is pleased to announce that it has been named one of the 2020 Best Places to Work in Insurance. This list recognizes employers for their outstanding performance in establishing workplaces where employees can thrive, enjoy their work and help their companies grow.
As the Boomer generation ages and the demand for senior care services increases, the COVID-19 pandemic has made the hard decision to place a loved one in a nursing home or assisted living facility even more difficult.
For many people, case management is still an unfamiliar term. In fact, we’ve found that many people don’t quite understand just how case management would work for their business environment or the ways it can shape the health of their employees.