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This program will explore the latest research and trends in public policy, value-based purchasing, provider pricing and quality measurement through behavioral science concepts. Learn about groundbreaking strategies and innovative insights for better decision making and cost savings now and in the future.
Harvard Medical School faculty and other innovators will present their latest research and findings regarding health benefits, plan design and wellness programs. Attendees benefit from the unique collaboration between employers, health care funds, consultants/service providers, researchers and clinicians.
A Harvard Medical School Executive Education Program for the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans
Topics presented by industry experts carefully selected by Harvard Medical School faculty to showcase their cutting-edge practices.
“Exceptional content! This program was very thought provoking.
Worth the investment of time and money.”
Mary LachenbruchDirector of Benefits
Montana University System
This program is structured to fit the educational needs of senior-level group health benefit decision makers.
Speakers will be announced soon.
Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management
Harvard Medical School
Assistant Professor of Health Care PolicyHarvard Medical School
Internal Medicine PhysicianMassachusetts General Hospital
We are pleased to have distinguished faculty and expert speakers for this program.
Faculty and Speakers
Limited seats are being offered at this program to foster discussion and allow for optimal access to Harvard Medical School faculty and researchers. Sessions will utilize small group discussion, case study review and faculty-led lecture.
Attendees receive a certificate from Harvard Medical School suitable for framing.
For more information regarding this program, please contact Tiffany Ulbing, CEBS at (262) 373-7652 or firstname.lastname@example.org.