Tim Luedtke is an assistant professor of practice in the Department of Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management at the Fox School of Business. He is also the founder and CEO of Navigator Benefit Solutions, a consulting firm which helps insurers, employers, healthcare providers, and brokers navigate the complex world of healthcare reform, employee benefits, insurance design with consulting, technical, management and expert witness services.
With over 25 years of experience with leading Fortune 100 insurance and banking organizations, as well as the Big Four auditors, Luedtke has worked in the areas of new business development, investment management, product development, strategic growth, insurance securitizations, life settlements, international, long-term care, and corporate development. He has written and presented on numerous health and employee benefit topics, including captive insurance, comparative effectiveness, consumer-driven healthcare, and pay for performance. Current research and development focuses on helping regulators and carriers address the growing financial threat to today’s long-term care market.
Mr. Luedtke holds a BS in Actuarial Science from the University of Nebraska; is both Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and Chartered Financial Analyst; and has held a Pennsylvania Life and Health Producer License.