National Health
Administrators, Inc., and
Kingston Teachers
Federation
National
Health
Administrator
s, Inc., and
Kingston
Teachers
Federation
Joseph E. Fiegoli entered the insurance field in ...
National
Health
Administrator
s, Inc., and
Kingston
Teachers
Federation
Headquartered in Peekskill, New York, Health Net ...
National
Health
Administrator
s, Inc., and
Kingston
Teachers
Federation
One of NHAI’s clients is the Kingston Teachers’ F...
National
Health
Administrator
s, Inc., and
Kingston
Teachers
Federation
In 1999, the federation was in contract negotiati...
National
Health
Administrator
s, Inc., and
Kingston
Teachers
Federation
For the current contract, NHAI fashioned a plan t...
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National Health Administrators, Inc., and Kingston Teachers Federation

National Health Administrators, Inc., Joseph Fiegoli
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. National Health Administrators, Inc., and Kingston Teachers Federation
  • 2. National Health Administrator s, Inc., and Kingston Teachers Federation Joseph E. Fiegoli entered the insurance field in 1968, and quickly achieved success, leading his agency in sales for five years in a row. In 1990, Joe Fiegoli formed Health Net, Inc., to serve the self-insured health insurance market.
  • 3. National Health Administrator s, Inc., and Kingston Teachers Federation Headquartered in Peekskill, New York, Health Net changed its name to National Health Administrators , Inc., (NHAI) in 2001. It maintains one of New York State’s largest proprietary preferred provider organization (PPO) networks, and a nationwide pharmaceutical benefits manager (PBM) manages prescription drug benefits.
  • 4. National Health Administrator s, Inc., and Kingston Teachers Federation One of NHAI’s clients is the Kingston Teachers’ Federation. The relationship began in 1995, and in 1997, the Kingston Trust Fund was established to fund the self-insurance program with contributions from the school district.
  • 5. National Health Administrator s, Inc., and Kingston Teachers Federation In 1999, the federation was in contract negotiations with the school district who tried to force the dissolution of the trust. NHAI threw all its resources into successful efforts to document the trust fund’s value and how much it had saved the school district, as well as the development of a proposal that eventually won agreement from both sides .
  • 6. National Health Administrator s, Inc., and Kingston Teachers Federation For the current contract, NHAI fashioned a plan that provided for increases in benefits, a significant rebate to the school district over the next three years, and no increase in premiums. This plan, like others administered by NHAI, features high standards of customer service, prudent use of benefits funds, and reduced administrative costs.

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