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United Benefit Advisors Celebrates 10th Anniversary and Recognition as One of the Nation's Top 5 Employee Benefits Organizations
Date:1/24/2013

Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) January 24, 2013

With humble beginnings in 2002, United Benefit Advisors (UBA) was originally launched with only fifteen Partner Firms, but today, UBA has grown to become one of the top five employee benefits advisory organizations in the U.S. and celebrates its 10-year anniversary.

With more than 2,000 benefits professionals in over 200 offices in 46 states, UBA boasts an impressive array of industry-leading in-house experts including actuaries, attorneys, communications professionals, HR consultants, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, underwriters, and wellness specialists.

UBA Partners and their clients also produce the annual UBA Health Plan Survey, which has become the nation’s largest benchmarking survey with responses from nearly 18,000 health plans sponsored by nearly 12,000 employers. It is by far the most comprehensive, validated survey of medical plan design and plan costs ever conducted and is nearly three times larger than the next two largest industry health plan surveys combined.

“UBA’s success can be attributed to the unparalleled data and expertise they offer employers, particularly around controlling health care costs in an era of health care reform,” says Thom Mangan, CEO. “In 2012 alone, UBA Partners used the UBA Health Plan Survey data and other cost management tools to save employers on average 5.2 percent from the initial medical plan renewal offer, which translates to a staggering $584.1 million in annual medical plan cost savings.”

Since UBA’s founding, the health care industry has seen drastic and complex changes and UBA has responded with a full suite of benefits advisory services for large and small
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