Spring Senior Partner John Cassell recently organized and participated in a session at the Captive Insurance Companies Association (CICA) annual conference titled Developing the Operational Strategy of Managing Medical Stop Loss in Your Captive. Cassell was joined by co-presenters Stephen Hannabury, President of Educators Health Insurance Exchange of New England and Jesse Crary, an attorney from Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC.

See also: Spring’s Guide to Medical Stop Loss in a Captive (White Paper)

The CICA session focused on Ed Health, a medical stop loss group captive consisting of 11 Boston-area colleges that Spring assisted in the development of. The slidedeck below, which was used in the presentation, details Ed Health’s success to date and lessons learned through the development and ongoing management of a medical stop loss group captive.

We hope you find this deck helpful and please don’t hesitate to reach out to John using the form below with any questions about group captives and/or medical stop loss in captives.

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John Cassell

John Cassell

Senior Partner at Spring Consulting Group, LLC
John Cassell is the Senior Partner at Spring Consulting Group. He is responsible for the strategic focus of the firm and for corporate development. John has over 25 years experience in the health care and financial services sector. John is a regular speaker at industry conferences and has contributed articles and papers to a number of publications and journals. He is an associate of the Royal Society of Medicine. Previously, John was a partner in Watson Wyatt from 1997-2003. During this time, he set up and ran the employer health care consulting practice in the UK and headed health care industry consulting globally. Most recently he was Executive Vice President of Watson Wyatt’s US Insurance and Financial services consulting practice.