About Chris Wolpert
Chris is the founder of Group Benefit Solutions in Tacoma, a risk mitigation and cost containment consulting firm with expertise in converting a top P&L liability into earnings for employers, while increasing the quality of life for their employees. Chris is an Amazon best-selling author of NextGeneration Healthcare, and was recently named a Rising Star by Employee Benefit News.
Chris has been interviewed for stories appearing in US News & World Report, Self Magazine, Moneyish.com, Clutch.co, Employee Benefit News, and Benefits Pro.
Are You Spending Dollars to Save Dimes?
Are You Spending Dollars to Save Dimes? will show your audience the following:
3 Secrets to Winning the Lopsided
Battle With Rising Healthcare Costs
Washington and Washington State have been playing the Apple Cup since 1900. However, for the past 119 years, the rivalry has been extremely lopsided.
In fact, it’s been so lopsided, Washington State fans have come to expect failure.
The rivalry with your healthcare costs is no different.In Are You Spending Dollars to Save Dimes? Chris will show you why the health insurance and healthcare industries have the upper hand, while providing proven strategies to help your organization build a better health plan for less money.
Does it take hard work? Absolutely, but Chris will help you shift your mindset so you know longer have to accept failure.
It’s time for you to win this lopsided rivalry and expect results.
Moving and highly inspirational, Are You Spending Dollars to Save Dimes? will leave you motivated to take action immediately!
If you're an employer in the Pacific NW and you're fed up with the mediocre results you're getting from your health plan, you'd be wise to connect with Chris. Chris' cutting-edge strategies paired with his ability to help employers design a long-term game plan, will help you create the stability, transparency, and control you are looking for.
Consultant / Coach
Chris' Recent Blog Posts
PBMs Feeling the Heat on All Fronts
While drugmakers have been assailed for years for increasing their prices and
HDHP Enrollees Less Satisifed with Their Health Plans
A new study has found that people enrolled in traditional PPOs and
More Employers Expand Mental Health Benefits
American workers are more stressed than ever coming out of the pandemic,
Insurers Promise to Keep Covering Preventative Services
Most health insurers plan to continue offering free preventative care services despite
Smallest Firms See Largest Health Insurance Hikes
A new report has found that small businesses that purchase their group
Making Your Voluntary Benefits Program a Success
Both employers and employees have much to gain from a solid voluntary