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Seminar on Health Exchanges and Defined-Contribution Health Care, From Longfellow Benefits, Dec. 4, Newton, Mass.

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/27/12 -- Longfellow Benefits will hold a free seminar on health exchanges and defined-contribution health care in Newton, Mass., on Dec. 4.

The seminar will cover how private and public exchanges work, the defined-contribution approach to health care, and how both affect employers.

The speaker will be Ashok Subramanian, founder of Liazon, America's largest private online benefits exchange. The program will offer the latest on these emerging trends in health care and include a technology demonstration.

It will be held at the Marriott Boston Newton, 2345 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton, Mass. Registration and network starts at 7:30 a.m., followed the program and breakfast from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Register at www.regonline.com/longfellow.

Liazon (www.Liazon.com) offers the Bright Choices Exchange, where employers determine the dollar amount to give their employees who can shop in an online store to get a benefits portfolio that fits them best.

Serving organizations in New England and nationally, Longfellow Benefits, an employee benefits consulting firm, provides employee benefits, retirement plans and executive benefits. The firm's technical depth, breadth of expertise, infrastructure, nimbleness, and service delivery help employers optimize each benefits dollar. Longfellow Benefits has been named to Boston Business Journal's Best Places to Work seven years in a row.

For more information, visit www.lf-ben.com or call 617-351-6000.

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