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Daniel F. Bostedt, MA, Economics

Benefits and Compensation Consultant
Brookfield, WI, US

Tel: +1 262 7842250

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Education

  • BA, Economics, Ripon College
  • MA, Economics, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
  • Rotary International Graduate Fellow, University of Mannheim, Germany
  • Goethe Institute, Mannheim, Germany

Current Responsibility

Dan is an employee benefits and compensation consultant in the Milwaukee office of Milliman. He joined the firm in 2010 and advises clients with respect to active and retiree health/welfare, pension, and compensation programs.

Dan specializes in population health management, cost/utilization benchmarking, independent private exchange analyses, benefit plan risk, and cost mitigation and multi-year strategic plans.

Experience

Dan is a human resources executive and strategic business partner with significant domestic and global knowledge. He has hands-on experience in health/welfare benefits management, strategic planning, M&A due diligence/post-merger integration, compensation and pension plan management, design, and administration.

His background extends beyond human resources and includes financial and operating assignments and projects. Dan served as an internal business consultant to multiple European operating groups through a post acquisition integration and spent four years as an expatriate in the Netherlands.

Through his broad and global experience, Dan provides added value for foreign corporations with respect to managing U.S. benefit plan spend. He understands how to conduct business with many different corporate and geographic cultures.

Articles

  • "Cost-Shifting Not a Long-Term Solution for Health Plans" Employee Benefit News Magazine Views Blog – June 2015
  • "Health Care Consumerism – Who Is The Consumer?" Milliman Insight - April 2014
  • "Private Health Exchanges For Large Employers – Some Questions To Ask" Milliman Insight – January 2014
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