John E. Klepper

John Klepper

Vice President

John has worked in the insurance brokerage business for over 30 years, having spent most of his career at Johnson & Higgins and Marsh. He subsequently worked for two bank-owned insurance agencies before joining Risk Transfer Insurance Alliance (RTA), a niche firm specializing in working with healthcare risks in early 2008. RTA was subsequently acquired by HUB International in June 2010.

Over his career, John has developed extensive experience providing program design, marketing, technical, and relationship support to numerous clients throughout a variety of industries, running the gamut from Fortune 500 global organizations to middle-market size companies. John's skill set is well-suited to effectively serve his clients’ out-sourced risk/insurance manager needs.

John's specialty is in working with healthcare clients. His extensive experience and industry contacts enable him to devcelop creative risk and/or insurance management solutions and results, benefitting his clients. He has worked extensively with both community and urban teaching hospitals and health systems, physician practices, long-term care, managed care organizations and many other allied health providers. John has also worked with life science and medical equipment manufacturers on domestic and international issues. His varied experiences have enabled him to help clients with traditional as well as non-traditional risk financing solutions such as captives, risk retention groups and self-insurance programs.

John earned his undergraduate degree at The College of Insurance, which is now part of St. John’s University. His alma mater is well-known for its risk and insurance management curriculum.

John is an active member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and is actively involved with the three New England chapters of the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM) and the New England chapters of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA).

Telephone: (508) 303-9474