ECFC’s Martin Trussell To Discuss Consumer Driven Benefits at Alegeus Conference

4/05/2017

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – April 5, 2017 – Martin Trussell, Executive Director of ECFC, the leading nonprofit organization promoting choice in benefit solutions, will speak this week at the Alegeus Client Conference as part of the legislative landscape sessions and on the closing session legislative panel.  The legislative sessions present a unique and timely opportunity for an interactive discussion between Conference attendees and leading D.C. healthcare advocacy and policy experts. 

With over thirty years of experience in the health benefits industry, Marty will share his expertise on consumer directed care and how to navigate new legislation. “We are experiencing a surge in tax-advantaged employee benefit programs and laws are constantly in flux, so it has never been more important to have the right tools and insight into today’s market.”

The 2017 Alegeus Client Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, April 2-6, is the industry’s premiere healthcare consumerism conference that provides unique insights and best practice strategies for organizations that seek to capitalize on the consumer directed healthcare (CDH) market opportunity.

ECFC’s members include employers who sponsor employee benefit plans, including Health Reimbursement Arrangements, Flexible Spending Arrangements, and HSAs, as well as insurance, accounting, consulting, and actuarial companies that design or administer employee benefit plans. As a market leader, Alegeus offers solutions that enable their clients to evolve their service offerings, operate their businesses more efficiently, and focus on their customers.


Media Contact:

Martin Trussell
(202) 659-4300
mtrussell@ecfc.org

About Employers Council on Flexible Compensation

The Employers Council on Flexible Compensation (ECFC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the maintenance and expansion of private employee benefit programs on a tax-advantaged basis. The organization has two driving missions. The first is to represent and promote flexible compensation programs through effective lobbying. The second is to provide information on flexible compensation programs to member, national opinion leaders and the general public to help create a positive climate for the growth of flexible compensation.