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Caring for the employees that care for others

In these challenging and uncertain times, it’s important to help your healthcare clients navigate their path ahead as they look to adapt to a new normal.
Read our latest infographic to learn about some of the biggest challenges healthcare organizations are facing today and strategies you should consider to help them assess their retirement programs.
Strategies

Promoting a financially secure retirement for your employees

Your clients' employees work tirelessly to serve others. You can help serve them by making it easy for them to understand their investment options that can help lead to improved retirement outcomes and financial well-being.

Helping to build a stable financial future for every employee

Explore more information that can help you and your clients overcome challenges and meet their employees' need for reliable income in retirement.

Key issues impacting financial well-being in healthcare

Our Insights Brief discusses strategies you and your clients can use to create an optimal plan for their employees.
Press

In the news

Read the latest article in American Healthcare Leader (AHL) featuring TIAA's Ben H. Lewis who talks about the importance of having a retirement plan that provides a steady stream of income.
Insights

Recruit, retain and retire

See how a top healthcare provider is using their retirement offering to attract and retain talent and then read our infographic that talks about how you can create a plan design strategy that focuses on employee outcomes.
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Client Story

Learn more about how the team at Mount Sinai Health network is working with TIAA to administer their plan while working to attract and retain top talent.
Infographic

Plan Design Considerations

Learn how your clients can attract and retain top talent by creating a retirement plan that focuses on financial wellness.

Proactive proposal

Help your clients improve their ability to recruit, retain and retire employees

The first step is to understand and address the diverse needs of your clients’ organizations. Help them take a fresh look at their benefits offering—starting with their retirement plan—to uncover ways to strengthen their workforce.
You can start by asking the following 3 questions.
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Is their retirement plan competitive enough to attract and recruit a skilled diverse workforce?
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Does their retirement plan include financial education and advice to help engage and retain their employees?
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Can their retirement plan deliver outcomes that lead to the retirement readiness of their diverse employee-base with varying financial needs?
We are here to help you address these key questions and help your clients take action.
 
Get a copy of our Proactive Proposal to learn more.
 
Get in touch

Have questions about how we serve healthcare organizations?

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Plan Sponsors
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1 “Hospitals Nationwide Face Unprecedented Turnover, Report Says.” FierceHealthcare, 11 May 2017, www.fiercehealthcare.com/healthcare/report-hospitals-nationwide-face-unprecedented-turnover .
2 eCareers, Health. “Staff Turnover Top Concern for Healthcare Recruiters.” Health ECareers, 26 Sept. 2017, www.healthecareers.com/article/healthcare-news/staff-turnover .
3 Ellison, Ayla. “Hospital M&A Activity Jumps 55 Percent in 6 Years: 5 Findings.” Becker's Hospital Review, 2018, www.beckershospitalreview.com/hospital-transactions-and-valuation/hospital-m-a-activity-jumps-55-percent-in-6-years-5-findings.html .
4 KaufmanHall. 2017 In Review: The Year M&A Shook the Healthcare Landscape, https://www.kaufmanhall.com/sites/default/files/2017-in-Review_The-Year-that-Shook-Healthcare.pdf .
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