With the Montana state employee health plan headed toward insolvency, Marilyn Bartlett knew she had to do something. Budgets were strapped, the state was being asked to do more with less, and a technological “innovation gap” was sending resources down the drain. If Marilyn couldn’t turn the ship around soon, actuaries predicted reserves would all but dry up within 36 months.
Watch to learn how Marilyn prevented the plan from sinking and amassed a $112 million reserve in the process. By listening to her story, you’ll learn how to: