UPCOMING EVENT
Tour of The Orthopedic Center of Excellence
Thursday, June 9, 2022
4:00 - 6:00 PM
WELCOME NEW EWHC MEMBERS!
Welcome to our newest EWHC members. We are happy to have you and hope to meet you soon at an upcoming EWHC event!

Kristin Fettig, Options Behavioral Health
Sophie LaSalle, Marian University
Diana Shenefield, Marian University
MEMBER SPOTLIGHT
Each month we will feature an EWHC member in this column. If you would like to be featured, please email us at executivewomeninhealthcare@gmail.com

Name: Julie Mitchell
Work: Associate attorney at Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman.
Family: Julie lives in Carmel, Indiana, with her fiancé Jacob, and her dog, Jag.
Fun Facts:
Julie went to elementary school in Cambridge, England.
Julie is a Delta Zeta alumna of the Gamma Chi chapter.
She and Jacob are getting married September 2022.
What Julie has to say about EWHC:
I am so lucky to have been introduced to EWHC through my colleagues at Hall Render. It has been a pleasure getting to know the inspiring and career-driven members of the organization by attending various EWHC events, which led me to join the EWHC Membership Committee. I look forward to getting to know current and future members!
SPONSOR HIGHLIGHT
Are Your Physicians & Executives Underinsured?

Did you know that the majority of employer-sponsored long-term disability (LTD) plans aren’t designed with higher salaries in mind? This is why many HR professionals and leadership teams are not aware of how underinsured their top talent is in the event of a disability.
Your executives and physicians aren’t able to get adequate long-term disability underwriting concessions on their own so providing this coverage can be a great recruiting tool! Most physicians are already familiar with supplemental LTD policies as medical schools often instruct their students to buy additional policies to ensure their disability protection keeps up with their growing income.
Now, let’s break down the difference between a standard LTD plan and an executive and physician LTD program.
The average LTD policy covers up to 60 percent of an employee’s income, depending, of course, on the designated maximum amount. It’s not uncommon for high-wage earners to be covered at less than 40 percent of their income should they become disabled.
This gap in coverage could be devastating for a highly-compensated employee, which is why we recommend that organizations provide a supplemental executive and physician LTD policy. The additional layer of coverage helps businesses protect their key employees and offer a more competitive benefits package to potential hires.
An executive and physician LTD program can provide up to 75 percent of current pre-tax income. This coverage can be offered on a voluntary or employer-paid basis and as individual policies, executives and physicians would own the policy and can take it with them if they leave or retire. Many insurance carriers will offer deep discounts on executive and physician disability premiums and the policies can be guaranteed issue, which means there are no exclusions for pre-existing conditions and no invasive medical exams required.
This additional coverage would also apply to other types of compensation like bonuses and commissions while still providing inflationary safeguards. Keep in mind that most group policies have specific limitations on key conditions, such as mental health and substance abuse so be sure to discuss the specifics of your disability program with a benefits professional.
Want to know how your organization’s disability coverage stacks up? Contact a member of G&A’s Employee Benefits team for an evaluation of your life and disability coverage.
TIME TO RENEW!
If you haven't renewed your membership for 2022, we ask that you do so ASAP to avoid being dropped from our membership roster. New in 2022 - your dues will include FREE registration to (4) quarterly luncheons as well as an additional 2-3 networking events . These quarterly events will focus on healthcare trends and content delivered by powerful speakers and panelists. 

Please email us at executivewomeninhealthcare@gmail.com to receive a link to pay.

Individual Professional Membership: $275
Student Membership: $125
Small Corporate Membership (up to 10 members): $2,500
Medium Corporate Membership (11-15 members): $3,500
Large Corporate Membership (16-20 members): $4,500
2022 EWHC QUARTERLY LUNCHEON DATES - MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
Mark your calendars for the remaining EWHC Quarterly Luncheons in 2022 to be held at Meridian Hills Country Club. Speakers and topics for 3-4th quarters will be announced soon. Events will be free for members in 2022!
3rd Quarter Luncheon: Wednesday, August 10, 2022, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
4th Quarter Luncheon: Wednesday, October 12, 2022, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
THANK YOU TO OUR 2022 SPONSORS!