Voted BEST Health Insurance Agents & Brokers 2018 by St. Louis Small Business Monthly
Emliy Bremer is featured in the video "Thriving Through Turbulent Times 2018" from the St. Louis Association of Health Underwriters.
Effective March 1, 2019,
The Bremer Group was certified as a
woman-owned and woman-controlled business.
Certification means that The Bremer Group
was vetted within the federal and
state procurement systems.
Emily Black Bremer and Kaitlin McNeely (standing far left) were proud to be a part of this special donation to Mercy Children’s Hospital.
Dream Racer cars are made by a NASCAR engineer who decided to design special cars out of the same materials as real race cars, but for sick kids. These cars, and their built in driving video games, help take kids minds off of treatments and get them sitting up during recovery.
As a sponsor, The Bremer Group got to be a part of putting some smiles on the faces of some amazing kids.
In their article,
No Double-Digit Increases in
Missouri Obamacare Expected,
Emily weighs in on short-term plans.
The Bremer Group was awared "Best Health Insurance Agents & Brokers 2018" by the St. Louis Small Business Monthly.
The Bremer Group booth
at the annual ALA event.
This year's theme was Riding the Wave of Innovation. Emily presented What Should Your Employee Benefits Broker Be Doing For You
with cookies and a surf side flair.
Each year The Bremer Groups hosts an educational event for its clients. This year we enjoyed breakfast and speakers at Vue17 on the top of the Club Towers in Brentwood.
Featured speakers included Dannae Delano with the Wagner Law Group, Pam Caldwell with HIPAA Saint Louis, Chris Caldwell with BMA Inc., and Emily Bremer.
Our first session, "Ask the Attorney" gave opportunities to ask Dannae individual questions on topics concerning participants.
Pam discussed how employers and group health plans are impacted by HIPAA. Chris, an IT professional, touched on the security concerns associated with HIPAA compliance.
Emily rounded out the morning sharing practical tools and trends that can be implemented for your employee benefits plans and processes.
NAHU Capitol Conference 2018. Emily met with Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler and Congressman Wm. Lacy Clay
NEW YORK TIMES: Emily Bremer was interviewed and quoted in the New York Times discussing the possibility of the Affordable Care Act repeal. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/31/health/talk-of-repeal-sends-people-running-to-and-from-affordable-care-act.html?_r=0
ST LOUIS POST DISPATCH: Emily commented on price sensitive health plans with no out-of-network benefits.
Saint Louis University
Emily was invited to speak to the next generation of physicians about health insurance after ACA became law. Her presentation When Failure Is Not An Option: Staying ahead of the curve and maintaining your sanity during an industry transformation, addressed the practical side of healthcare in light of what health insurance provides.
Plancorp - Women's Initiative Event
at Old Warson Country Club
Emily applied her expert opinion to various insurance scenarios:
Emily Bremer addressing nearly 1,000 NAHU Capital Conference attendees with a call to action, challenging them to educate and inform their clients and colleagues back home while in Washington D.C.
The Bremer Group hosted a seminar for clients and friends of the agency at The Veu17 in Brentwood, MO. It was at this event we first announce that we were changing the name of the agency to The Bremer Group, LLC.
Emily presented The Future of The Affordable Care Act: The Employer Persective. In the light of proposed legislation, Emily examined the potential impact each bill might have if passed.
Dannae Delano of Lowenbaum Law shared: Ask a Lawyer:Top Benefits Compliance Issues for Employers (or, why to replace your employees with robots.)
Dan Meylan of AllieNational presented: Cutting Edge Solutions for Small Group Health Plans which address self-funding options for small group health plans.
October 27: Emily Bremer was interviewed by News Channel 5. October 25: Emily Bremer was quoted in Fox Business discussing the overall 25% Individual plan rate spikes for 2017. http://www.foxbusiness.com/features/2016/10/25/as-obamacare-rates-spike-25-heres-what-workers-can-expect.html October 24: Emily Bremer was quoted in The St. Louis Post Dispatch about DaVita encouraging individuals to enroll in commercial plans. http://www.stltoday.com/business/local/davita-encouraged-some-low-income-patients-to-enroll-in-commercial/article_ec5dc34e-ca4d-52e0-bc26-a3e56e1e2c85.html October 17: Emily Bremer was quoted in a Kaiser Health News article about the narrowing individual insurance market. http://time.com/money/4531899/losing-health-plan-obamacare-marketplace/
Emily Bremer and Melissa Boyd attend the annual Business Solutions Marketplace and Luncheon at Union Station in Saint Louis, MO. In support of the ALA Gateway Chapter and Mighty Oakes Heart Foundation. a sweet deal.
Bremer Conley, LLC is voted the business with the best value in Saint Louis Small Business Monthly in October 2015.
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