ATLANTA, July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The Third Party Administrators Alliance (TPAA) announced today the appointment of Mark Oelschlager as its president. The TPAA is the nation's first alliance of third party administrators and provides lead generation programs, marketing tools and technical expertise to its members.
Oelschlager brings hands-on experience in the insurance and benefits industries to his new role, assets he believes will further the organization's reach and effectiveness. "The benefits the TPAA brings to third party administrators are long overdue," Oelschlager says, "and I am excited and pleased to have been selected to continue to expand this much-needed service. I look forward to helping level the playing field between our members and carriers by providing increased business opportunities, better prices and vetted suppliers to help them be more successful."
Industry knowledge and extensive contacts will serve Oelschlager well as he pursues his goal to build the TPAA into an alliance unrivaled by any organization in the country. He has held management positions with a number of high-profile companies including PharmaCare, a division of CVS.
"We are thrilled to have Mark on board," says Peggy Wolford, TPAA co founder and chief executive officer. "His leadership and industry relationships will be invaluable in expanding our benefits and services and recruiting top-notch partners. The more we grow, the more we can help our members and clients succeed, and having Mark on our team is a key ingredient."
About the TPAA
The Third Party Administrator Alliance (TPAA) is an alliance of the
nation's top independently owned third party administrators. The TPAA was
founded to drive business to member TPAs, supply them with aggressive lead
generation programs and superior marketing tools. In addition, members
enjoy discounts provided by TPAA-selected partners in stop-loss insurance,
PPO networks, pharmacy benefits management,
|SOURCE The Third Party Administrators Alliance|
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