Podcast: Interview with Trisha Morrison

Podcast: Interview with Trisha Morrison Of The Pangburn Group 

By: Kyle Worthy

A benefit plan administrator can be your secret weapon in engaging with physician employees.

Due to the rise in physician employment, recruitment has never been more competitive. There’s a growing need for unique and impactful benefit programs that will attract and retain employed physicians. In this environment, a benefit plan administrator can be your secret weapon in engaging with physician employees and making sure their benefit programs are well communicated and properly administered. But not all plan administrators understand the uniqueness of physician employment. Choosing the wrong partner can have an adverse effect on physician relationships. 

The Pangburn Group has extensive experience in working with physicians and healthcare systems. For over two decades, Pangburn has focused its efforts on developing best practices in non-qualified benefit plan recordkeeping. 

In this episode, we talk with Trisha Morrison, COO of The Pangburn Group, to discuss how plan administrators can remove stress from hospitals HR departments when implementing new benefit plans for employed physicians.

 

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