Position: Executive Vice President
Shane is responsible for coordinating all Employee Benefits department activities as well as providing support and knowledge to new producers. Working in the industry for over 10 years, Shane specializes in consulting with groups of all sizes on plan design strategies, claims analysis, legislative compliance and wellness plans.
Education & Experience
Shane has a BA from Texas A&M-Commerce University; he is also a Licensed Life and Health Insurance Counselor and holds the Registered Underwriter (RHU) designation.
In the Press
Obama re-election boosts calls to Waco insurance brokers(Link)
November 17, 2012
Shane Baker, vice president of employee benefits for Insurors of Texas in Waco, has had similar conversations. While companies certainly are anxious about cost, he said most of those he has talked with want to explore the option of coverage versus just paying the penalty.
Texas could still opt out of Medicaid expansion(Link)
June 29, 2012
Without such a mandate, the other requirements of health reform would be too costly to implement, said Shane Baker, vice president of employee benefits for Waco’s Insurors of Texas. The only way health plans can afford to offer care to people with pre-existing conditions, for example, is if virtually everyone is required to put money into an insurance pool, he said
Medicare change could mean lower patient bills at Scott & White(Link)
Local insurance broker Shane Baker said getting rid of the fee would please customers. Although he points out the fee when discussing plans that involve Scott & White, the added charge still takes some people by surprise, he said.
Local businesses bracing to offer health insurance(Link)
Insurors of Texas decided to hold the seminar after getting deluged with phone calls following the re-election of President Barack Obama, said Shane Baker, vice president of employee benefits.
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