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to the Society of Professional Benefit Administrators

Navigating the World of Employee Benefits

Established in 1975, SPBA helps TPAs navigate a complex and ever-changing employee benefits landscape by keeping them educated and informed with the latest information. SPBA TPAs, along with their Stop-Loss and Technology Service Partners, serve the largest segment of non-federal employee benefit participants today. SPBA is unique in that its members represent every size and type of employment, industry and area of the United States. This all-encompassing perspective, plus a thorough grasp of the compliance picture and a strong relationship with government regulators, makes the SPBA and its hundreds of members an invaluable resource.

The SPBA Board invites representatives of self-administered group health plans to attend the 2020 SPBA Spring Meeting!

 

April 15 - 17, 2020
Capital Hilton, Washington, DC

 

SPBA consists of the best brains and innovators in health benefits. SPBA brings together the great minds and experience of administering every type of plan (large to small single employers, state/local government plans, multiemployer plans and more). SPBA has earned respect with regulatory agencies for raising real-world challenges with proposed regulations that lead to policy changes. Come and engage with peers and key regulation writers who are shaping the future of health plans!

 

Call the SPBA Office for more information – 301-718-7722

 

Navigating the World of Employee Benefits

Established in 1975, SPBA helps TPAs navigate a complex and ever-changing employee benefits landscape by keeping them educated and informed with the latest information.

The SPBA Board invites representatives of self-administered group health plans to attend the 2020 SPBA Spring Meeting!

April 15 - 17, 2020
Capital Hilton, Washington, DC

SPBA consists of the best brains and innovators in health benefits. SPBA brings together the great minds and experience of administering every type of plan (large to small single employers, state/local government plans, multiemployer plans and more). SPBA has earned respect with regulatory agencies for raising real-world challenges with proposed regulations that lead to policy changes. Come and engage with peers and key regulation writers who are shaping the future of health plans!

Call the SPBA Office for more information – 301-718-7722