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Randy Spicer- Vice President, Health & Insurance Services, National Restaurant Association

    • Randy Spicer- Vice President, Health & Insurance Services, National Restaurant Association's presentations

    Speaker Bio:

    Randy Spicer currently leads the National Restaurant Association’s Health Program, a unique Alliance with Optum & UnitedHealthcare- the country’s largest health insurance company, as Vice President, NRA Health and Insurance Services. Randy brings an extensive background in healthcare and financial management, product development, underwriting and service integration strategies within the insurance, Medicare and healthcare industries.
    In senior leadership positions, Randy has created five regional health plans, started managed dental, workers’ comp and Part D programs and designed Medicare Secondary Payer recovery programs. He has served on a number of boards including The Hospital Center at Orange, Health Partners, LLC and as a director of the Health Industry Council. Randy holds a BSBA and MBA from the University of Arkansas and is a CLU and CPCU.

    What’s going on with U.S. Health Care and Why should I care? What’s Driving Cost – And What Are Employers Doing About It?

    Foodservice operators are looking for answers about managing the day to day impact of the Affordable Health Care Act and the complex U.S. health care system on their business activities and profitability— key considerations for companies operating in the United States on a sustainable basis.

    Presentation Title:

    By better understanding the problems, we can find practical solutions to control costs.

    Presentation Synopsis:

    Learn what you need to know about the Affordable Health Care Act and how employers are complying and coping with increased complexity and costs.
    ·        Understand how the “health care culture” in the United States contributes to higher costs. Many people think more health care means better health; often, it just makes everything more expensive.
    ·       Get insight into how health insurers set and adjust rates. Understand the factors driving up costs, including patients’ increased use of health care and higher prices from health care providers.
    ·        Learn how controlling employee costs and encouraging smarter use of health care can lead to lower rates for businesses and their employees.

    Randy Spicer is a knowledgeable and frequent speaker on restaurant –focused health care and the unique challenges related to the law and health care system.

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