Health Rosetta Benefits Advisor Certification
Why get certified?
Arm yourself or your organization to challenge the status quo.
With rapidly rising costs, finding innovative, yet proven, ways to sustainably lower costs is necessary. The Health Rosetta helps make this possible by aggregating successful approaches from the best purchasers everywhere.
Benefits of certification
Intro to the 2017 program
Two distinct, limited capacity tracks built to fit all types of individuals and organizations.
The primary requirements for the Health Rosetta benefits consultant certification include:
- Implement at least one Health Rosetta component at one client during the program
- Complete all course materials either live or on-demand
- Pass the final certification test
- Agree to adhere to the Code of Conduct
- Agree to submit high level, anonymized data on clients where you implement Health Rosetta components or other high-performance benefits. Such data will generally be top line metrics related to cost reductions, numbers of lives impacted, etc.
- Agree to contribute to learnings, solutions, data, and other valuable additions to the Health Rosetta ecosystem
We expect the requirements to change over time to accommodate industry changes. We also expect additional requirements for experience-based certification tiers we plan to launch in future years.
Organization certifications have additional requirements that vary by organization size and type.
Who we are
Just a few of the people contributing to the program.
I created the Health Rosetta to provide the blueprint for reducing costs and improving outcomes by aggregating the best of what works. The Benefits Advisor certification is the path to success.
My certification has already won me a new client this year! The Health Rosetta is the best framework I've found for implementing truly valuable, sustainable changes that reduce costs and improve outcomes. It allows me to deliver the real, measurable results my clients have been desperately seeking.
With ever increasing pharmacy spend, especially for specialty drugs, the Health Rosetta certification provides advisors with the tools they need to tackle this rapidly emerging issue.
With 6-8% of patients responsible for 80% of costs, there's no way to control costs without tackIing outlier cases. Health Rosetta approaches to this are based on what I've personally implemented and seen work across my career.
I see the certification as a potentially critical stamp of approval. It would attest that a certified advisor understands and is committed to helping employers identify, vet and deploy sustainable health care solutions that can measurably lower their costs and improve quality.
The Health Rosetta has not only made me better, but it has made everything simple for my clients to implement long-term, sustainable improvements to their health plan while simultaneously improving the benefits for their employees.