About SCI:


SCI is a licensed insurance broker located in Stevenson Ranch, CA.  We specialize in employer sponsored health and employee benefits in an integrated software package that includes paperless benefits administration, HR software, HRIS, payroll system without cost to our clients. 

Our Owners:

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Steve Cosley / Partner

With over 35 years’ experience in group benefits, Steve brings time-tested insight and perspective to each client. While many brokers may look to rate guides or plan designs to address client needs, Steve always begins with the client’s objectives first. Central to this goal is Steve’s deep knowledge of today’s health insurance marketplace. This allows him to objectively determine the solutions of right fit, delivering custom tailored solutions to each client. Once you’ve spoken with Steve, you’ll quickly appreciate his approachability, enthusiasm, and level of care for each and every client he serves.

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Wayne Smith / Partner

As a longstanding broker in the health and life insurance space, Wayne takes every opportunity to serve his clients best interests. In addition to his role as a partner and leader within the company, Wayne takes every opportunity to serve his clients “on the front lines”. From consulting employers on benefits, HR and compliance, to assisting an individual with a Medicare supplement policy, one thing is always true: Wayne brings a patient and diligent approach to every conversation he has, and exercises an unparalleled level of care and service with each client he serves.

Health Care News:

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  • Senators Agree Surprise Medical Bills Must Go. But How? June 18, 2019
    The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee is scheduled next week to mark up a massive legislative package on curbing health costs, but some of the details remain unresolved, including what formula to use to pay doctors and hospitals involved in surprise medical bills.
  • Texas Is Latest State To Attack Surprise Medical Bills June 18, 2019
    A new state law says hospitals and insurers will have to work it out among themselves when they can’t agree on a price -- instead of sending huge bills to patients. “Bill of the Month” patient Drew Calver galvanized attention on the issue after he told his story to KHN, NPR and "CBS This Morning."
  • Democratic Voters Want To Hear Candidates’ Views On Health, But Priorities Vary June 18, 2019
    Nearly 9 in 10 Democrats or Democratic-leaning independents said it is very important for candidates to discuss health issues. But they are sharply divided among the goals of lowering costs, increasing access, protecting the Affordable Care Act or moving to a “Medicare for All” plan, a poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation reported.

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RSS Kaiser Health News

  • Senators Agree Surprise Medical Bills Must Go. But How? June 18, 2019
    The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee is scheduled next week to mark up a massive legislative package on curbing health costs, but some of the details remain unresolved, including what formula to use to pay doctors and hospitals involved in surprise medical bills.
  • Texas Is Latest State To Attack Surprise Medical Bills June 18, 2019
    A new state law says hospitals and insurers will have to work it out among themselves when they can’t agree on a price -- instead of sending huge bills to patients. “Bill of the Month” patient Drew Calver galvanized attention on the issue after he told his story to KHN, NPR and "CBS This Morning."
  • Democratic Voters Want To Hear Candidates’ Views On Health, But Priorities Vary June 18, 2019
    Nearly 9 in 10 Democrats or Democratic-leaning independents said it is very important for candidates to discuss health issues. But they are sharply divided among the goals of lowering costs, increasing access, protecting the Affordable Care Act or moving to a “Medicare for All” plan, a poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation reported.