Workshop Legend

  • Legal, Regulatory & Fiduciary Issues
  • Plan Design & Administration
  • Employee Communication & Education
  • Evaluating & Monitoring Your Plan & Vendors
  • Investment Management & Plan Funding
  • Wellness, Disease & Case Management
  • R: Retirement | H: Healthcare
Monday, March 26, 2018
9:45 am - 10:45 am

This session begins with an overview of the IRS program that can prevent your plan from being disqualified. Receive answers to all of your compliance questions and develop a correction methodology to help your plan obtain a clean bill of health. FOR DC/401(k), DB, AND 403(b) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speakers:
Adrine Adjemian, Trucker Huss
Benjamin F. Spater, Trucker Huss

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans, 403(b) plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Legal, Regulatory & Fiduciary Issues

This session explores the projected impact of specialty drugs and high cost generics on employer costs in 2018. Take part in an in-depth discussion about plan design features employers should consider to help manage future drug trends, including specific strategies for more effective diabetes and opioid management. You won’t want to miss this insightful session!
FOR SELF-FUNDED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Michael J. Staab, J.D., Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

In this case-study session, a fellow benefits professional shares several health benefit design strategies that can help your company control costs. Hear about their bottom-line results from changes they have implemented.  Discover one cost-saving idea that will work for your company and the conference will pay for itself! FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Robert J. Foley, Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

The combination of significant retirement plan balances and extreme down-market return differences among like-dated TDFs [2020, 2025, 2030, etc.] warrants a comprehensive selection process to protect plan participants and mitigate fiduciary risks. Learn how to develop a best practices approach that conforms to the DOL’s guidance regarding TDF selection and monitoring steps before the market’s next sell off. FOR DC/401(k) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speakers:
Michael E. Falcone, NFP
John Nelson, NFP

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Investment Management & Plan Funding

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Consumer driven healthcare continues to offer viable solutions to health plan cost containment, but the accompanying account-based plan types (HRAs, FSAs, and HSAs) have become increasingly regulated and restricted. This session examines the most popular types of account-based health plans and the key features and legal restrictions of each. The speaker also discusses the pros and cons of each type of account and addresses considerations for sustainable health plan design. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Kate U. Saracene, J.D., Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Legal, Regulatory & Fiduciary Issues

This session begins with a comparison between fully insured and partial self-funding a health and welfare plan. The speaker breaks down Third Party Administration, Administrative Services Only, Level Funding and the emerging use of Reference Based Pricing models into easy-to-understand segments. Learn about the “plug and play” approach to claims administration, provider networks, stop loss, care management, pharmacy plans and direct provider contracting and digital medicine. Receive a review of stop loss “contract types”, including run in, run out, incurred and terminal liability. Partial self-funding group health plans is not a new concept for larger employers; however, many small and mid-sized employers are seeking this funding method as a direct result of the Affordable Care Act. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Dean M. Hoffman, Dean M. Hoffman, LLC

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

The retirement future is about you, the participant. With the ability to serve up personalized recommendations for “next best actions”, driving outcomes beyond plan design will become increasingly effective. Learn how the use of technology, data, and behavioral science will change the participant experience. FOR DC/401(k) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Liz Brudowsky, Vanguard

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Employee Communication & Education

Evaluating retirement plan providers can be a challenge, especially for a role as broad as “advisor.” During this session, learn about two approaches to conducting an evaluation of the various types of retirement plan advisors: a short-form due diligence questionnaire and a full RFP. Leave the session with a deeper understanding of the right approach for your organization and actionable steps forward. FOR DC/401(k), DB, AND 403(b) PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Bradley D. Ferguson, SWBC Retirement Plan Services

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans, 403(b) plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Evaluating & Monitoring Your Plan & Vendors

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Are you 100% confident in the operation and ERISA compliance of your defined contribution plan? Increasing IRS audit activity makes this issue more important than ever. This presentation highlights the most common ERISA compliance issues that can affect even the most conscientious plan sponsors. You will learn what to look for, what to avoid and when to seek assistance, as well as the IRS self-correction methods to fix these common errors. FOR DC/401(k) AND 403(b) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Christian D. Hancey, J.D., Nixon Peabody LLP

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, 403(b) plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Legal, Regulatory & Fiduciary Issues

Nearly half of employers offer at least one HDHP option, and the other half are well on their way to offering one in the next 5 years. Unfortunately, employees often view these plans as a cut in their benefits. In this session, learn how to make employees happy to have an HDHP and achieve big enrollment numbers. FOR SELF-FUNDED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Lloyd Nelson, Amino

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

Join Fidelity Investments to learn about how plan sponsors can simplify decision making despite today’s increasing complex markets and constantly evolving regulatory environment. The session features valuable insight into a more efficient and effective approach to managing all aspects of your pension plan. Find out how you can achieve better outcomes for your participants, while meeting your investment and business goals. FOR DB PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speakers:
Francois Pellerin, Fidelity Investments
Jason Rahn, Fidelity Investments

Audience:
Defined benefit plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Investment Management & Plan Funding

Chronic conditions from diabetes, musculoskeletal issues, hypertension and cardiac issues all drive costs for your health plan, poor health status for your members and absenteeism from work. Learn about new strategies to assist your members in managing their conditions while containing the costs to your plan. FOR SELF-FUNDED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Mike Castleberry, HealthSCOPE Benefits

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Wellness, Disease & Case Management

3:15 pm - 4:15 pm

Paid Family and Medical Leave (PMFL) laws in NY, CA, NJ and RI are attracting broadening political support and attention from states across the country. How do these state leave laws differ and how do they interact with your other paid time off policies and the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act? Leave this session with a better understanding of the intricacies of paid family and FMLA. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Kate U. Saracene, J.D., Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Legal, Regulatory & Fiduciary Issues

Missing participants (former employees) and uncashed checks are getting the attention of Washington and the DOL. Plans sponsors need to change the process of locating missing participants or use solutions like automatic rollovers. Take a good look at what is likely in the new Form 5500. FOR DC/401(k), DB, AND 403(b) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Terry Dunne, Millennium Trust Company

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans, 403(b) plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

Most employers have incorporated some type of value-based design in their benefit plan…should you? This session breaks the concept down so it is easy to understand and discusses the value of Centers of Excellence and High Performing Networks to increase quality and lower costs. Find out about new methods of provider contracting, which will change the way we pay for care, and the new “cutting edge” concept of cognitive systems as a pathway to better care and higher quality! Leave this session with a better understanding of these value-based plan design opportunities and if they could work for your plan. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Marybeth Gray, Trion

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

This session provides an educational overview of healthcare costs, the basics of High Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), and the evolution of the HSA market. Learn how an HSA can help employees plan for healthcare expenses in retirement. FOR DC/401(k), DB, AND 403(b) PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Kevin Murphy, Franklin Templeton Investments

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans, 403(b) plans, Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Employee Communication & Education

Tuesday, March 27, 2018
9:45 am - 10:45 am

Increasingly, employers have been adding or modifying employee wellness programs in an effort to control medical cost inflation. Wellness programs can take many forms, ranging from gym memberships and yoga classes to biometric screenings and tobacco testing. Wellness programs must comply with complex and confusing regulations under numerous federal laws, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and the Affordable Care Act (ACA), among others. These laws impact the design of wellness programs offered by employers, and most employers need to modify their wellness programs to comply. This session explains these legal requirements and how employers should design their wellness programs to ensure that they comply. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Kate U. Saracene, J.D., Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Legal, Regulatory & Fiduciary Issues

Managing a pension plan can be a complicated and potentially expensive endeavor. Some of the many things plan sponsors must consider include soaring administrative costs, interest rates staying low, market returns going up (thank goodness!), and participants living longer. This session explores three fundamental pillars for successful pension plan management: sound investment strategy, solid liability management, and thorough plan administration and governance. FOR DB PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Michael S. Clark, P-Solve

Audience:
Defined benefit plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

As global medical trend rates continue to rise at a rate of 8.9% — more than three times the rate of inflation — now is the time for employers to take action. In this session, find out exactly what data you need to build an effective strategy. Hear about issues to watch out for and how to effectively interpret the data you receive. Leave this session with an action plan you can utilize over the next 12 months to position your company for a successful renewal next year. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Marybeth Gray, Trion

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Evaluating & Monitoring Your Plan & Vendors

Plan and investment fees have become the battle ground for investment managers and retirement plan providers. In this session, learn strategies for benchmarking your retirement plan against the industry, multiple providers and different investments.  Figuring out if your fees are competitive is a difficult task. Gain an understanding about what makes your plan competitive and how to negotiate a good fee arrangement with all of your providers. FOR DC/401(k) AND 403(b) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Robert J. Patton, SageView Advisory Group

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, 403(b) plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Evaluating & Monitoring Your Plan & Vendors

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Learn about common errors that can cause compliance problems for healthcare plans and their plan sponsors. For example, hear about the intricacies of claims and appeals processing and mental health parity. Leave this session with comprehensive checklists for due diligence. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speakers:
Jahiz N. Agard, Trucker Huss
Gisue Mehdi, Trucker Huss

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Legal, Regulatory & Fiduciary Issues

A recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed that roughly one out of every three dollars an employer spends on an employee goes toward their benefits. Are your employees utilizing every advantage you’re offering? Are you doing everything you can to help them? In this session, gain tips, tricks and our know-how secrets around using all the technology at your disposal to increase employee engagement in your benefits and wellness programs, get more bang for your buck, make sure money isn’t going to waste and have a healthier, happier, more driven workforce. Whether your people are insured or not, there are programs and solutions that perfectly fit all levels of lifestyle, income, location and demographics. FOR DC/401(k), DB, 403(b), SELF-FUNDED, AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Ilene Levinson, NFP

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans, 403(b) plans, Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

Defined contribution plan design proposals can sometimes be challenging to implement or even controversial. However, there are a number of “easy wins” that plan sponsors can implement today to improve participant outcomes. These actionable ideas are simple, but can be impactful in helping plan participants achieve retirement success. FOR DC/401(k), DB, AND 403(b) PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Presented by, Franklin Templeton Investments

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans, 403(b) plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

This case study shows you how to build a successful wellness program from the ground up. Learn how this employer’s wellness program evolved from being morale-oriented to activity-oriented and currently to results-oriented. The discussion covers the elements you need to consider, including needs assessment, best practices, operational processes, communication, employee participation and evaluation of wellness program initiatives. Find out what worked, as well as what challenges had to be overcome. Leave this workshop with insight into a program at all stages of implementation. FOR SELF-FUNDED PLANS. BASIC.

Speakers:
Alex Garcia, Southwest Key Programs
Stephanie L. Hawkins, Southwest Key Programs

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Wellness, Disease & Case Management

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Legal and regulatory pitfalls make handling employee disability requests tricky. But the challenges of ADAAA administration can be handled effectively and efficiently with well-trained individuals and consistent processes for addressing employee requests related to workplace accommodations. This presentation provides straight talk and proven, practical solutions for meeting your ADAAA compliance obligations.

Speaker:
Kellee Grimes, Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Legal, Regulatory & Fiduciary Issues

Retirement is being transformed by advances in longevity, brain science, and psychology, along with technological innovations in data and machine intelligence. This futuristic presentation explores how these developments could alter our conception of retirement in profound ways. FOR DC/401(k) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Dina Caggiula, Vanguard

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

Have you ever received an email from an employee exclaiming, “That benefits open enrollment material was so much fun to read!”? Probably not—but in this session, hear from an HR professional that has actually received this email from an employee!  Learn how to design impactful communication material that inspires employees to want to see more. From creating practical, imaginative communications and developing an effective communication strategy to meeting the illusive budget and avoiding communication missteps, join us for this fun and insightful workshop! FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Julie M. Adamik, Benefit Nut

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Employee Communication & Education

Forming a retirement committee is the first step, but effectively running your committee is another matter altogether. This session takes attendees through real-life lessons provided by retirement committees around the country. Hear about universal challenges facing committees and how best to address them. Learn examples of best practices, hidden pitfalls, targets for litigation, creating proper documentation, and how to structure a more efficient meeting. FOR DC/401(k), DB, AND 403(b) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Sara R. Matlock, SWBC Retirement Plan Services

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans, 403(b) plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Investment Management & Plan Funding

3:15 pm - 4:15 pm

Hear an ERISA expert discuss fourteen easy steps you can take to make sure you are fulfilling your fiduciary responsibilities. Additionally, find out about any impact the recently-passed tax legislation will have on your plans.  This is also your opportunity to get all of those unanswered plan management legal questions answered by a top benefits attorney—free of charge. FOR DC/401(k) AND DB PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Ian S. Kopelman, J.D., DLA Piper US LLP

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Legal, Regulatory & Fiduciary Issues

It is estimated that biosimilars could reduce healthcare costs by $54 billion over the next 10 years. This session explains what biosimilars are and how plan sponsors can take advantage of biosimilars coming to market. Learn how to reduce specialty drug spend and if the projected savings add up for your plan. FOR SELF-FUNDED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Michael J. Staab, J.D., Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

What can plan sponsors expect from Washington in 2018? In this session, learn about the potential impact new or proposed legislation could have on your benefit plans and employees. Gain an understanding of the proposed tax legislation, including potential impacts to stock option and non-qualified deferred compensation plans, deregulation and changes to trade policy, navigating the stock and bond markets and more! FOR DC/401(k) AND DB PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Andy Schreiner, Fidelity Investments

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

Mindfulness can be viewed as a fluffy, esoteric and spiritual touchy-feely fad or a valuable practice that can lift the performance of an entire workplace. Join Michelle Spehr for a conversation about the emerging practice of mindfulness in the workplace and the mindful leadership movement. She will share insights from researchers and practitioners who have established the effectiveness of mindfulness strategies for enhancing employee resilience, emotional intelligence, empathy, creativity, and mental focus.  Michelle will also address how injecting a corporate culture of mindfulness can improve how employees work together and nurture a workforce to feel engaged, inspired and thrive professionally.  If you’re curious about mindfulness and want to learn specific strategies for fostering mindfulness at your organization, this is a workshop you will not want to miss! FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Michelle Spehr, The Benefit Services Group, Inc.

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Wellness, Disease & Case Management

Wednesday, March 28, 2018
9:45 am - 10:45 am

Documentary or operational violations of Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code with respect to a company’s non-qualified deferred compensation plans will result in either severe penalties or costly attorney fees to correct the errors under the IRS correction programs. This workshop reviews hot spots of non-compliance for non-qualified deferred compensation plans and will review best practices in plan drafting to avoid documentary errors and plan administration to prevent operational errors. FOR DC/401(k), DB, AND 403(b) PLANS. ADVANCED.

Speaker:
J. Marc Fosse, Trucker Huss

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans, 403(b) plans

Level:
Advanced

Category:
Legal, Regulatory & Fiduciary Issues

This session is for plan sponsors who want to learn the intricacies of stop loss contracts, underwriting and risk transfer. It provides an in-depth review of stop loss “contract types”—12/12, 15/12, 12/15, 15/18, terminal liability features and stop loss contract variations that are available to plan sponsors who choose to partially self-fund their group health plan. Among the topics covered are the selection of appropriate specific and aggregate stop loss funding levels, as well as the new and renewal underwriting process, including the use of stop loss lasers. Also discussed is a review of how actuaries establish COBRA rates and IBNR claim liability. Leave this session with a better understanding of the stop loss function, contract variations and how to select the appropriate stop loss funding level that helps meet your financial goals for your group health plan. FOR SELF-FUNDED PLANS. ADVANCED.

Speaker:
Dean M. Hoffman, Dean M. Hoffman, LLC

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans

Level:
Advanced

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

While most plan sponsors have taken steps to address common issues with retirement plans, the vast majority feel more can be done. Using a case study approach, this session takes an advanced-level look at what we found in the retirement plans of this conference’s attendees’, simply by reviewing publicly available information. Learn how to implement emerging industry best practices to ensure your plans are avoiding risk and operating at the most efficient level possible. FOR DC/401(k), DB, AND 403(b) PLANS. ADVANCED.

Speaker:
Bradley D. Ferguson, SWBC Retirement Plan Services

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans, 403(b) plans

Level:
Advanced

Category:
Evaluating & Monitoring Your Plan & Vendors

Are you frustrated that your company’s medical costs always seem to fall on the “high side” of marketplace trend? Some companies consistently beat trend with average increases falling near 1-2%, putting them in an enviable position in the marketplace. Find out what these top performing companies are doing to beat trend year after year. Learn about strategies you can incorporate now to lower your spend. Hear about the Total Opportunity Matrix (TOM) and discover how to measure your strategy against marketplace trends. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. ADVANCED.

Speaker:
Marybeth Gray, Trion

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Advanced

Category:
Evaluating & Monitoring Your Plan & Vendors

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Are your employee benefit programs working? Are you using the appropriate benchmarks and measuring the right things? This workshop helps you understand how to establish measurable goals and select the most appropriate metrics to determine the effectiveness of your benefit programs. Learn how to create metrics “dashboards” that measure results over time. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Robert J. Foley, Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

Administering a retirement plan is important for attraction and retention, but effectiveness is critical to ensure a benefit readily understood by employees. As business directions shift, plan features can become outdated and challenging to administer. Furthermore, fiduciary liability, administration, and plan limitations can result in higher expense and a poorly suited plan. Solving these issues seems easy: implement a new plan! But what about existing plans? This case study highlights how these issues were addressed within a four-month timeframe. FOR DC/401(k) AND 403(b) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Linda S. Hackleman, Trellis Company

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, 403(b) plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

In this session, a fellow employer shares tips about building and executing a robust communication strategy that engages employees in benefits programs and promotes health and financial well-being, as well as how effective communication can change employee behaviors. FOR DC/401(k), DB, 403(b), SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Jeanine Dietz, Sunrun, Inc.

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans, Defined benefit plans, 403(b) plans, Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Employee Communication & Education

During this case study by a benefits colleague, hear how a company with 1300 employees instituted its own on-site health and wellness clinic. Learn how, faced with a workforce that historically underutilized doctor visits and preventive care, Basic American Foods determined to drive increased utilization at the lowest possible level. Details include justification, project planning, third party partnering, staffing, marketing, overcoming obstacles, calculating return on investment and more. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Susan Wilson, Basic American Foods

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans, Fully insured health and welfare plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Wellness, Disease & Case Management