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Health Care Management Conference—Session Schedule and Handouts

Session handouts were available to registered attendees from Wednesday, April 26 through Sunday, July 2. Please contact edprog@ifebp.org if you have questions or need assistance.

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Monday, May 1

8:00 AM – 9:15 AM

HC001  The Impact of Politics on the Future of Health Care

Diann Howland Speaker
Vice President, Legislative Affairs
American Benefits Council
Washington, DC

Janis S. DiMonaco, Ph.D. Moderator
President and CEO
HMC HealthWorks, a Division of Health Management Concepts, Inc.
Jupiter, FL

Recent changes in the political climate have plan sponsors wondering what’s next for health care legislation and how it will impact the future of their plans. Join this session for a viewpoint on the current and future outlook of the health care industry. (#12—Health and Welfare)

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM

HC002  Using Data to Make Decisions for Your Fund

Eileen M. Flick Co-Speaker
Senior Vice President, Benefits Consultant, National Health Services Practice, New York
The Segal Company
New York, NY

Janis S. DiMonaco, Ph.D. Moderator
President and CEO
HMC HealthWorks, a Division of Health Management Concepts, Inc.
Jupiter, FL

Sadhna Paralkar, M.D., M.P.H., M.B.A. Co-Speaker
Senior Vice President and National Medical Director
Segal Consulting
Chicago, IL

• Sources of data — Prescription drug trends and adherence —Medical claims —Health risk assessment • Benchmarking your data • Determining what is actionable data (#12—Health and Welfare)

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

HC003  Preventive Care Protocols and Practices

Candace Facio Moderator
Patient Advocate/Clinical Manager
Electrical Workers Health and Welfare Trust Fund
Las Vegas, Nevada

Joseph R. Dalovisio, M.D. Co-Speaker
Medical Director of Corporate Wellness
Ochsner Health System
Jefferson, LA

Susan M. Piglia Co-Speaker
Assistant Vice President, Corporate Wellness
Ochsner Health System
Jefferson, LA

• U.S. Preventive Services Task Force protocols and statistics • Best practices for health risk assessments (HRA) —Biometric screenings — Family history information—What you can and cannot collect — Should screenings complement or replace a physician visit? —How do patients use HRA results? • Screenings outside of recommended protocols—How and when should they be used? Examples: —Whole body screenings —3-D mammography —Mail-in laboratory tests (#32—Health & Wellness)

1:30 PM – 2:45 PM

HC004  Identifying and Preventing Health Care Fraud

Cherie Pleasant Moderator
Chief Executive Officer
Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
Washington, DC

William J. Mahon Speaker
President
The MAHON Consulting Group LLC
Great Falls, VA

Fraud in health care plans comes in many forms: provider billing, members enrolling nonqualified dependents and medical identify theft, to name a few. This session will discuss ways to identify and address past fraudulent activities as well as ways to prevent future issues. Discuss the pros/cons and best practices for internal and third-party audits. (#12—Health and Welfare)

3:00 PM – 4:15 PM

HC005  Securing Your Members’ Data

Cherie Pleasant Moderator
Chief Executive Officer
Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
Washington, DC

Michael A. Ledbetter, J.D., CEBS Speaker
Attorney/Partner
Ledbetter Parisi, LLC
Dayton, OH

There is more “data movement” in the health care industry now than ever before, which results in a need for greater controls over the information being sent and received. This session will discuss ways in which your fund can plan for the unexpected and protect your members’ personal data. Topics will include: • The argument for centralizing security and privacy efforts • How to respond to data breaches • Practices and policies for device management • Responding to threats. (#12—Health and Welfare)