e m p l o y e e b e n e f i t p l a n m a r k e
t i n t e l l i g e n c e .
CEBS CLU ChFC is a career health benefits executive with a track record
of successful development and implementation of innovative projects.
Greg leads benefits information group, a provider of employee benefit plan market intelligence based in Monroe, CT.
regularly advises numerous industry-leading employee benefits and
financial services firms on the assessment of markets and business
opportunities for groundbreaking initiatives in health benefits and
services to sponsors of employee benefit plans. The firm recently
developed Healthcare 311, a
web-based, smartphone-friendly consumer utility for locating retail
clinics, which has been used by 200,000 people and more than
The firm also designs and produces personalized benefits communications.
benefits information group has satisfied consulting clients in 41 states, Canada, and the UK.
Greg is a founder of the Center for Health Value Innovation
(CHVI). The Center’s focus is the development of metrics and messages
that define and shape employers’ value-based health strategies. CHVI
was founded on the principles underlying David Hom and Jack Mahoney
MD’s trailblazing work in value-based health design. The Center brings
together health decision leaders from many of the nation’s best-known
employers – Caterpillar, Quad/Graphics, Dow Chemical, Hannaford
Brothers, Procter & Gamble, Pitney Bowes, Quest Diagnostics and
Whirlpool, among others – to share thinking and chart innovative
practices in areas like health analytics, plan designs, health benefits
value chain management, and c-suite and workforce engagement.
corporate benefits career has included executive positions at JWP; the
Dictaphone subsidiary of Pitney Bowes Inc.; and Perkin-Elmer. He began
designing, implementing and communicating effective health plan cost
management features, including non-smoker discount contribution
provisions, participant coverage option arrangements, onsite workplace
health clinics, and workplace wellness programs, all of which saved
employers and participating employees millions, years before such
programs were widely adopted by US employers.
Greg, a CEBS designee and CEBS Fellow, has taught several dozen
semester-long Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS) courses,
including in-house programs for 2 Fortune 500 corporations, and has had
the pleasure of educating numerous CEBS designees. In 2000, he
facilitated one of the first internet-based CEBS courses, which
supported over 30 participants from Maine to California. He has served
the Southern New England Chapter ISCEBS as board member, officer and
Chapter President at various times during his career.
Greg graduated from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations and
holds a master’s degree in public administration with honors from the Rockefeller
College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at Albany. He lives in Fairfield County
with his wife Teresa and son Nicolas.