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nib has announced seminar series dedicated working together to protect, connect and empower nib members. The seminars will focus on nib’s new benefit option and the First Choice Network of health providers. Case studies and claim stories will be shared throughout the seminar. Benefits of nib First Choice, the selection process, and the development will be explored. How the Find a Provider directory can help empower members will also be discussed. Speakers include: Chris Carnall, Andrew Hurley, Dirk Labuschagne, Arishma Singh, Steph Walker, Andrew O’Hagan, and Sara Williams. Click here to register

“You’re invited to attend our upcoming seminar series where you’ll learn more about how together we can protect, connect and empower your clients, our members, to achieve enhanced health outcomes, and where we will launch our much-anticipated new benefit option!

There are two big focuses for our seminar series. First – we’ll reveal our most anticipated new benefit option. We believe this will make a positive difference for many of our members and encourage advisers to have healthy conversations with their clients.

We’ll also provide a refresher on our First Choice Network of health providers and how the revamped Find a Provider directory can enable you to connect and empower your clients to better choices in the provision of their health care.

What We’ll Cover

Product Launch

·         Introducing our new product benefit option

·         Case studies and claims stories

Find a Provider – nib First Choice

·         Benefits of nib First Choice and how the network was developed to help our members choose their health providers

·         How the network has contributed to a reduction in medical inflation and consequential premium increases

·         How nib selects and manages First Choice health providers”

Nib seminar speakers

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