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Dan Hodges

Senior Vice President, Benefits

Contributor, Employee Benefits

Dan brings a uniquely analytical and sophisticated approach to employee benefits and risk management. With over 16 years of consulting experience, Dan has worked with a large cross-section of employers including those in healthcare, not-for-profits, hi-tech, service, and hospitality. In 2010, Dan was honored with the Excellence in Partnership with HR award from the Silicon Valley HR Symposium. His areas of specialization include managing large, multi-state clients as well as outsourced benefit administration.

415.878.2463

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Dan Hodges

Senior Vice President, Benefits

Contributor, Employee Benefits

Dan brings a uniquely analytical and sophisticated approach to employee benefits and risk management. With over 16 years of consulting experience, Dan has worked with a large cross-section of employers including those in healthcare, not-for-profits, hi-tech, service, and hospitality. In 2010, Dan was honored with the Excellence in Partnership with HR award from the Silicon Valley HR Symposium. His areas of specialization include managing large, multi-state clients as well as outsourced benefit administration.

415.878.2463

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Why Your Employees Aren’t Getting the Most from Their HSA

According to survey findings, 70 percent of people with health savings accounts (HSAs) don’t understand the full capacity of what it does. Part of this is due to lack of employer communication around the matter. But it seems most employers don’t necessarily know what they’re doing wrong. In this post, I’ll go over two ways to create an effective communication and implementation plan for your HSA, so everyone can get the most from it.

3 Ways to Reduce Employer Healthcare Costs Now

Transparency in the healthcare world has been historically low. And because of this, consumers have no idea how much services actually cost when they need medical care. And when consumers – your employees – don’t have that information, guess who picks up the tab? That’s right, you, the employer, in the form of higher claims costs, and therefore, higher insurance premiums.