EFFICIENCY: John van der Wielen has been paring back costs since taking over at HBF. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Van Der Wielen getting HBF in shape

Cost reductions, east coast expansion, and cutting the number of products on offer are all part of HBF chief executive John Van Der Wielen’s strategy to help the not for profit deliver results for members in a tough private health insurance market.


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