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Health plan trustees and administrators are responsible for designing coverage that is cost-effective, attains the highest health outcomes and is equitable for all, but it's easy to fall off track. The Health Care Management Conference is designed to explore how to create a better plan for your entire fund through the "whole worker" approach, focusing on how the health plan supports workers' physical, mental and professional well-being. Join your peers in Miami, Florida for two days of robust conference agenda of sessions aimed to help you find the best solution for your fund.
Boards implementing workplace well-being initiatives face several barriers, including costs, worker time, a lack of actionable data and challenges faced by dispersed worker populations. These challenges are exacerbated in collectively bargained environments. How do boards overcome these barriers to design effective programs that combat escalating costs and improve worker well-being? This session will address:
One of the defining characteristics of the COVID-19 pandemic was the substantial increase in mental health benefit claims. While these gains were extensive, there is still work to be done. One of the largest barriers to success is perceived stigma of workers who choose to seek help. What can be done to overcome this key barrier and ensure that workers get the help they need? This session will address:
According to the CDC, more than one in three adults struggle with obesity, leading to higher risks of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and cancer. Health plans need a comprehensive approach to manage obesity to reduce costs and improve worker well-being. This session will cover:
Workers are faced with a number of barriers in accessing quality health care coverage. Identifying and overcoming these barriers are essential steps in ensuring the health of plan participants as well as the plan as a whole. This session will address:
When designed properly, on-site/near-site clinics can provide convenient, low-cost treatment for workers while saving plan costs as well as reducing administrative complexity and barriers to access. However, not all organizations are equipped to structure these arrangements. What lessons can be learned from programs that have found success? This session will cover:
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The prescription drug landscape is in a constant state of change. Plans need a comprehensive strategy to meet worker needs while controlling costs. This session will cover
This session will cover elements of the rapidly changing legal and legislative environment, including:
Providing high-quality care care while containing escalating costs is a primary goal of plan trustees and administrators. The COVID-19 pandemic exasperated these issues, adding untold complications. The session will address:
Health care costs continue to be one of the largest annual expenditures for retirees. It is essential to meet retiree health care needs while not overburdening plans. This session will explore:
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the digital transformation of health care, revealing new sources of efficiency. Trustees and administrators need a thorough understanding of these emerging technologies to improve quality of care while combatting escalating costs. The session will address:
The content at the Health Care Management Conference was top-notch. As always, the conference was amazingly well-organized and ran as smoothly as can be imagined.
Linda J. Cahn Pharmacy Benefit Consultants
Speakers for 2020 will be announced shortly. Please check back soon.
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Continuing Education credit for professions and designations MAY be available for attendance at live sessions. You must register for the program and request CE credit at least 60 days prior to the beginning of the program so that the Foundation can seek preapproval from the governing agency.
Requests made for continuing education credit do not guarantee administration of credit. For further information on continuing education credit, please call (262) 786-6710, option 2.
Educational sessions at this program may qualify for CEBS Compliance credit.
Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for more information.
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