Jeff Rubleski

Jeff Rubleski serves as Director of Sales Strategy for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and is a certified Healthcare Reform Specialist. Jeff serves as the GlidePath go-to-market lead in implementing this defined contribution solution for active and retired members. Prior to joining Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Jeff served as the Marketing Strategist and Chief Operating Officer for the Wellness Council of America, where he led the development of a complete line of wellness publications that are distributed to employees in organizations throughout the United States and Canada.

Are you ready for the retirement wave?

A little less hair, a few more laugh lines. You see the signs every day, but not their implications: With each passing year, more and more employees are getting…


How employers plan to control health costs in 2013

Some good news/bad news for employers. On the bright side of the ledger, your strategies for health care cost control are working. The Kaiser Family Foundation’…


Health reform myths and misconceptions

Ignorance is definitely not bliss in the business world. But what’s even worse is being misinformed. Whenever you think you know something that turns out to be…


Health Insurance Report

What Michigan employers plan to do about costs and employee benefits With health costs continuing to rise and key Affordable Care Act (ACA) provisions set to go…


Giving employees a better “shopping” experience

More than half of all American consumers bought something online last holiday season. And retailers went all out trying to make the shopping experience simple…


Choosing a health plan: Five mistakes your company needs to avoid

Does your company want to be an employer of choice? What new options are available to limit your cost exposure? Is increasing worker productivity one of your…


Health plans should be as flexible as your business

As employers we all know, health plans and their benefits are like hats, suits or dresses: One size doesn't fit all. Just as your business must adapt to the…


Private or Public? Know your options for health insurance exchanges

State-based health plan exchanges, which are mandated by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), are about to become a reality. As we covered in an earlier blog…


Part 2: Defined contribution health plans: Are you up to speed on the next big thing?

In our last post, we noted that Bloomberg Businessweek and Fox Business News have reported that defined contribution health plans will become “The Next Big…


Part 1: Defined contribution health plans: Are you up to speed on the next big thing?

Economist Peter Orszag, the former Director of the Office of Management and Budget, writes in Bloomberg Businessweek that, over the next decade…


Health reform made simple: The 3 big things you need to know now

Employers across Michigan have told us that, when it comes to health reform, there’s TMI (Too Much Information) and TLT (Too Little Time) to figure out what it…


Preparing for health reform? Don’t forget the benefits

Costs, costs, costs. That’s practically all you read about concerning health reform. But as businesses ready themselves for the upcoming changes precipitated by…


Survey Says: 42% of employers find defined contribution plans appealing

For many employers, health benefits and their costs are the proverbial rock and a hard place. Most want to continue offering health benefits to their employees.

A Healthier Michigan is sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, a nonprofit, independent licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association.
No Personal Healthcare Advice or Other Advice
This Web site provides general educational information on health-related issues and provides access to health-related resources for the convenience of our users. This site and its health-related information and resources are not a substitute for professional medical advice or for the care that patients receive from their physicians or other health care providers.
This site and its health-related information resources are not meant to be the practice of medicine, the practice of nursing, or to carry out any professional health care advice or service in the state where you live. Nothing in this Web site is to be used for medical or nursing diagnosis or professional treatment.
Always seek the advice of your physician or other licensed health care provider. Always consult your health care provider before beginning any new treatment, or if you have any questions regarding a health condition. You should not disregard medical advice, or delay seeking medical advice, because of something you read in this site.