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Health and Welfare
Megan E. Nail, CEBS Compliant Co-SpeakerVice President, Total Rewards PracticeFirstPersonBrownsburg, IN
Paul E. Ashley, CEBS Co-SpeakerSVP & AdvisorFirstPersonIndianapolis, IN
Employees value entirely different things than they did last year or the year before. Looking past the COVID-19 pandemic, has your benefits and total rewards approach kept up with employee expectations? Between health, retirement and compensation challenges—including pay equity and a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion and mental health—new trends are emerging everywhere. In this session, you’ll gain an understanding of the most impactful trends that have arisen from the pandemic as well as new strategies to support and engage your employees beyond traditional health benefits.
This session qualifies for one (1) CEBS Compliance credit.
Carey R. Wooton, CEBS Compliant, ISCEBS-Fellow SpeakerDirectorIUE-CWA Pension FundBloomington, IN
It’s been an incredible year and a half of pivots and adjustments in ways we never had imagined, in both our personal and professional lives. Through it all, we have maintained a focus on meeting participants’ needs. Hear from the ISCEBS President on how the Society has met the challenges of 2020 and 2021, and learn about its plans for continuing to adapt and meet members’ education and networking needs.
Note: This session does not qualify for CE credit or CEBS Compliance credit.
Susan A. Hayes, D.Crim.J., AHFI, CPhT, LPD SpeakerChief Executive OfficerPharmacy Investigators and ConsultantsLake Zurich, IL
This session will cover many aspects of pharmacy benefits including pricing, administration and clinical programs. Gain in-depth information about the different methods of pricing prescription drug programs (traditional, pass through and transparent) and the role of spread pricing for networks and rebates; PBM contracting issues; plan design considerations beyond copays; management of specialty drug use; fraud, waste and abuse programs; and questions to ask your PBM.
Cary Stimson Co-SpeakerSr. VP of Value TransformationVanderbilt University Medical CenterNashville, TN
David W. Hines Co-SpeakerDirector of Employee BenefitsMetro Nashville Public SchoolsNashville, TN
Striving to combat ever-rising neonatal spend by improving care, Metro Nashville Public Schools Teachers Health Plan in 2020 partnered with Vanderbilt University Medical Center to redesign care pathways and pricing for maternity care and delivery. This session will look at the underlying need that drove this innovation, the improvement of the care experience and the incorporation of associated technology. It will also discuss the need and impact of moving from fee-for-service to value-based purchasing. Finally, it will summarize the outcomes from this initiative from patient satisfaction to maternal outcomes as well as ventures into other value-based bundles.