Jim Beatrice

Jim Beatrice, RHU

Vice President / Benefit Advisor


Relevant Experience

Jim’s background, prior to joining Business Benefits, focused on training and customer service in the technology field. Today, he is a respected leader in the employee benefits industry. Jim works with public and private employers of all sizes. His clients have a variety of backgrounds, employee cultures, and needs. His attention to detail, analytic skills, and ability to communicate and educate has enabled him to assist his clients with customized and creative solutions to maintain the most complete coverage at the lowest possible cost. Jim has incorporated various approaches on health and wellness into long-term strategies to reduce medical cost trends. Jim currently serves as an advisor to United Healthcare, providing feedback on various approaches to consumer driven health plans. Jim has also served on advisory councils to both Humana and Anthem. He regularly conducts seminars on Health Care Reform, consumer driven health plans, and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).

Academic Background

1985: Northern Kentucky University

Highland Heights, Kentucky

Bachelors Degree

Math and Computer Science
1980: Covington Latin School

Covington, KY

Work History

1985-1994: RL Polk & Co

Systems Engineer- servicing the automobile manufacturers with specialized marketing information.

Length of service with Business Benefits

Since 1994

Professional and community involvement

Jim has generously volunteered his time and expertise to many business and community organizations such as: carrier advisory boards, board member of the Greater Cincinnati Association of Health Underwriters, and numerous committees of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. Jim is a graduate of Leadership Northern Kentucky, class of 1999. He currently serves on the chamber’s Board of Advisors, chair of the Health Care Issues committee, and on the steering committee for HR100. Jim currently also serves on St. Henry District High School and St. Paul School Boards of Education. He is also active in other associations such as: Airport Area Industrial Association (AAIA), and Northern Kentucky Leadership Foundation.