RESOLVE Increments presents:

How to $ave Money on Your Health Plan:
Self-Funding Your Way to Success

On-demand webinar and resources

Between 1996 and 2015, American healthcare spend rose nearly a trillion dollars. Add to that the ever-changing regulatory landscape, and you have a lot to factor into your benefits strategy. Likely, you’ve dedicated significant time to evaluating how your health plans is funded – self-funding or fully insured.

It’s clear that self-funding is a growing trend. Like many employers, you may shy away from self-funding because it appears complex or even too risky — or you just don’t know how to take the first step.

Our goal is to take the mystery out of self-funding, so you can make an educated decision on what’s best for your people.

In this webinar, you’ll get tools to measure your potential savings and confident answers to these common questions:

  1. “Why self-fund my health plan?”
  2. “How do I transition from a fully insured plan?”
  3. “Now that we’re self-funded, how do I measure results?”

Do you employ 50+ people? A self-funding strategy may be right for you, your organization and your people.

Need SHRM continuing education credits? Get one hour when you attend the session.

Bonus: Get Your Free White Paper!

As part of your interactive experience, you’ll also receive a guide to self-funding. Highlights include:

  • Self-funding basics 
  • Managing cash flow
  • Preparing for renewal
  • Accessing and analyzing data
  • Containing costs and mitigating risk

Your Self-Funding Experts

Paul Ashley

SVP & Advisor

With his Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) designation from Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Paul focuses on developing high-quality relationships with clients like you.

Brandon Collins


With a background in finance and football, Brandon has a dynamic approach to advising. A CEBS designate, he brings strategy to benefits consulting, using analytics to provide financial advice.

Ellie Driscoll

Manager, Analytics

This Indiana University graduate is passionate about helping people make big, data-backed decisions. Ellie creates financial analyses for organizations and assists the team through the plan life cycle process.

Cameron Troxell


Cameron’s expertise is in medical and pharmacy benefits, as well as population health management. With a degree in Kinesiology from Indiana University, he also holds his Life and Health insurance license.