Morgan Pile

An Entrepreneur, Morgan Pile graduated from Stetson University with a Bachelor in Finance as a merit scholar and has over fifteen years of experience consulting in Human Capital and Benefits. Morgan is a Certified Enrollment Specialist, and a Group Benefits Disability Specialist. Focused on being a proactive agent, Morgan actively manages healthcare risk by providing innovative, and cutting edge solutions for clients. Morgan has experience working with employers, consultants, associations, and healthcare providers, by designing, implementing, and managing Domestic and International Networks, Narrow Networks, PBM Management Reviews, Hospital Bill Compliance Reviews, Population Health Management, and Medical Tourism. Morgan uses these tools to help take control of rising health care costs. Morgan meets with self funded employers to determine the strategy for the benefit plan design, then builds and negotiates on behalf of the client. He keeps up to date on Fiduaciary health plan management, and ACA compliance – especially in Medical Tourism – where he is considered an expert. He has presented the opportunities that Narrow networks for US employers using Medical Tourism has created, in several conferences all over the world including, the U.S., Korea, El Salvador, Argentina, Guatemala, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Spain, Panama, and Costa Rica over the last 8 years. He also is a published author, with articles in Self Insurer, Self-Funded Magazine, and Medical Tourism Magazine. Living in Puerto Rico for 12 years, Morgan is fluent in Spanish and is influential in Latin America. As the CEO of his own Regenerative Medicine Network, he is implementing Regenerative Medicine into employers health plans. By changing healthcare, he will save employers millions and help many avoid surgery.

Presentation title:

How and Why Self Funded Employers are Implementing Medical Travel Into Their Insurance Plans.


You will learn how US employers insurance works, and how a self funded employer can use medical tourism, partnering with providers to save 5 to 10 percent of their healthcare costs.