Paul Zane Pilzer has experienced the problems with providing employees affordable health benefits for 30 years--as a father, an entrepreneur, a government official, and as a corporate executive. He is the founder of five companies, was an economic advisor to two U.S. presidents, was a professor at NYU for for 21 years, and is a former vice president with Citicorp.
But it wasn't until he lost his own employer-sponsored health insurance in 1999 while his wife was pregnant that he started a company to solve these problems, and literally "wrote the book" on individual and employer health benefits.
The company he founded became the leading supplier of individualized health benefit programs to some the world's largest corporations, including Wal-Mart's Sam's Club. And his book, The New Health Insurance Solution, is the recognized bible on getting health insurance for both individuals and employers.
And now, his experience and teaching expertise is available in four (4) online Insurance CE sources never before available to Life and Health Insurance professionals.