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A Better Way to Manage Health Insurance Costs for Public Schools

Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST
A Better Way to Manage Health Insurance Costs for Public Schools

The Horton Group is excited to announce the launch of its health insurance collective (HHIC) for public school districts. For too long public schools have struggled with managing health insurance costs while keeping an eye on their fiduciary responsibility to manage the public funds they receive. Now there is a straightforward, flexible, and comprehensive program that will drive down cost while enhancing the employee experience. 

The Horton Health Insurance Collective was designed in collaboration with Aetna, a nationwide leader in serving the public sector. It was built to be economical, flexible, and comprehensive. It will offer the lowest administrative fees in the market, competitive discounts, the most innovative Rx solutions available, and privileged access to the new series of quick care facilities that Aetna is building inside CVS stores. As an added feature, HHIC contains a robust financial education platform that will help students increase their financial acumen, help parents understand financial aid options for post-secondary education, and help employees manage existing student loan debt. 

Join us for a webinar with special guests Anne Crees from Aetna and Dr. R.J. Gravel from Glenbrook High School District 225, where we will discuss the launch of this program and the financial and intrinsic value that we know it will offer.

The future of employee benefits for public school districts starts now.

Anne Crees / Vice President of Sales, Public Sector & Labor / Aetna

As a Public Sector & Labor Senior Sales Vice President in Aetna’s Chicago office, Anne has more than 19 years of experience in the benefits and insurance industry.  In her current role, she sells a variety of health-related plans, including Medical, Rx, Dental, Vision, EAP, voluntary products, H.S.A./FSA administration, and Disease Management solutions.  She looks forward to learning more about each education prospect to see where Aetna might be a valued solution.  

Dr. R.J. Gravel / Assistant Superintendent for Business Services / Glenbrook High School District 225

 A native of the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, Dr. Gravel is the Assistant Superintendent for Business Services at Glenbrook High School District 225. As an educator, business manager and technologist for elementary, secondary, and higher education institutions, co-moderator of #EdFinChat, a SMART Exemplary Educator, and a Skyward Leader in Excellence recipient, R.J. advocates for effective technology integration in PreK-12 education at the local and national levels. As a contributor to the profession, Dr. Gravel contributes to a number of publications and emphasizes the importance of school leaders working together in order to ensure student and staff success.

Material posted on this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a legal opinion or medical advice. Contact your legal representative or medical professional for information specific to your legal or medical needs.

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