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 25, 2019
9:45 am - 10:45 am

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

Many people spend most of their lives getting health insurance from their employer. Once they turn 65, there can be confusion as Medicare becomes primary. Whether your company provides benefits for those entering retirement or not, this workshop will give you an understanding of what is available in the marketplace for seniors! You will learn about the options and how you can help your retirees by providing guidance through an uncertain but exciting time. FOR DC/401(k), DB, 403(b), SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Martina Wiedmayer, United Healthcare Medicare Solutions

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

Litigation around retirement plan fees grows more complicated every minute. Unfortunately, no two plans are the same and you can’t examine fees in a vacuum. Negotiate plan fees today to make sure they’re reasonably contained within 408(b)(2) disclosures tomorrow. In this workshop, NFP provides context for fee design, demographics, services and investment opportunities to help refine your fiduciary protection process and make sure you’re ensuring the best deal for your employees. FOR DC/401(k) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Presented by NFP

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Evaluating & Monitoring Your Plan & Vendors

Join Fidelity Investments to gain valuable insight into how you can develop a more efficient and effective approach to managing all aspects of your pension plan. The session will cover how plan sponsors can simplify decision making and more quickly implement solutions. Discover how you can help participants as they seek better outcomes, while meeting your investment and business priorities. FOR DB PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

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

Audience:
Defined benefit plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Investment Management & Plan Funding

11:00 am - 12:00 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. Learn what to look for, what to avoid, when to seek assistance, and how to utilize 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

As medical costs continue to rise, plan sponsors look to put collars around those expenses. The newest plan design concept is to base plan reimbursements on some outside baseline—typically some percentage of Medicare reimbursements—as the maximum a plan will pay, regardless of what the provider charges. That may or may not lead to balance billing and other design and compliance concerns. This session will discuss the ins and outs of this new plan design option. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. ADVANCED.

Speaker:
Jay M. Kirschbaum, J.D., Lockton

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

Level:
Advanced

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

As the student debt crisis continues to get bigger and bigger, many companies are struggling to help their employees save for retirement in those crucial early years. Come learn about potential ways that your employees can tackle both the student debt problem and the retirement problem while you create an attractive benefit for the millennial generation. FOR DC/401(k), DB AND 403(b) PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Tayt V. Odom, Nyhart

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

Level:
Basic

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

The pharmacy benefit management industry is notorious for a lack of transparency in pricing and contracting practices. This session is intended to provide the group buyer with some insight into these practices. Attendees will learn about various PBM contracting tactics, how these practices disadvantage clients financially and how clients can protect themselves against these practices. This session is applicable to both stand-alone self-funded PBM contracts as well as integrated self-funded Medical + PBM contracts. FOR SELF-FUNDED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Jeffrey M. dePuzo, Rael & Letson

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Evaluating & Monitoring Your Plan & Vendors

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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

Wellness isn’t just about physical health. There are emotional and financial components, too. Whether your employees want to save more or need to pay off debt, getting their finances in order can have an impact on their overall well-being. This session explores how to put your employees on track and help get their finances in order. FOR DC/401(k), DB AND 403(b) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Jennifer Harmer, Lincoln Financial Group

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

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Employee Communication & Education

Healthcare costs are second to payroll! Learn what the new cutting edge strategies of top-performing companies are doing to control costs while still maintaining robust benefit packages at affordable prices. Discover the top 5 strategies to beat medical trend more effectively! 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:
Evaluating & Monitoring Your Plan & Vendors

The Department of Labor requires plan sponsors to prudently select and monitor their plan’s qualified default investment alternative (QDIA). Many plan sponsors make this selection once and never re-visit or monitor their decision. This session will discuss the key drivers for this process, how to prudently select your QDIA and also how best to ensure your original selection continues to meet your plan’s needs, your fiduciary obligations and the DOL’s expectations. FOR DC/401(k) AND 403(b) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Jon T. Upham, SageView Advisory Group

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

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Investment Management & Plan Funding

3:15 pm - 4:15 pm

This session explores the projected impact of specialty drugs and high cost generics on employer costs in 2020. 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.

Speakers:
Gregory I. Madsen, Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC
Michael J. Staab, J.D., Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

While most plan sponsors have taken steps to address common issues with retirement plans, the vast majority feel that 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. Discover 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

Retirement benefit obligations, such as those associated with defined benefit (DB) plans, are straining the finances of employers. Many defined benefit plan sponsors are making larger contributions to their plans to address sharp declines in plan funding levels and to provide liquidity to make benefit payments. This session examines proven solutions for addressing your pension plan benefits that enable you to achieve cost certainty, reduce administrative expenses and preserve the promises you’ve made. FOR DB PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Alexandra Hyten, Prudential

Audience:
Defined benefit plans

Level:
Basic

Category:
Investment Management & Plan Funding

This session reviews the basic national health statistics and trends, the evolution of wellness programs offered by one employer, a model for corporate health and wellness strategy and the actual financial impact experienced. Also included is a discussion about incentives as well as various plan design changes, including communication and implementation techniques. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Sherri L. Samuels-Fuerst, R.N., Sargento Foods Inc.

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

Level:
Basic

Category:
Wellness, Disease & Case Management

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
9:45 am - 10:45 am

As a result of recent litigation and regulations, plan sponsors have a heightened awareness of their fiduciary responsibility surrounding retirement plan fees and how those fees are paid. In this session, hear about the legal requirements for allocating fees in retirement plans, the options available in the marketplace, and best practices for managing ERISA revenue credit accounts. 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

Is your pension plan 100% dialed in? 50%? Somewhere in-between? Getting all aspects of your pension plan dialed into 100% can be challenging. But the closer a plan is to being 100% dialed-in, the easier it is to manage the plan and the less likely the plan can create problems for the sponsor. From funded status changes to plan administration and data quality, plan sponsors need to assess how dialed-in they are and what they need to do to get the dials to 100%. This session will look at how to gauge where you’re at and discuss strategies to get to where you want to be. FOR DB PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speakers:
Michael S. Clark, River and Mercantile Solutions
Lauren Meyer, River and Mercantile Solutions

Audience:
Defined benefit plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

With the ever-changing world of healthcare, technology and member participation are vital to a successful health plan. Learn new and inventive ways to better manage your health plan and get your members more involved in their own care. FOR SELF-FUNDED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Mary Catherine Person, HealthSCOPE Benefits

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

In this session, receive insight and tips for building and executing a robust strategy that keeps employees engaged and promotes well-being. Learn how effective communication can positively impact employee behavior.

Speaker:
Organized by, University Conference Services

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

Level:
Basic

Category:
Wellness, Disease & Case Management

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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

Economic expansion, technological disruption and a multi-generational workforce are challenging organizations’ ability to recruit and retain their top talent. In addition, the national unemployment rate is at a historically low level, creating the perfect storm for employers of all sizes in every industry. Having a winning Total Rewards strategy is essential to attracting and keeping your key talent. This session explains the basic elements of a Total Rewards Strategy, reviews how to develop a strategy that is aligned with your budget and corporate culture and will explore one organization’s journey in the process. FOR SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC

Speaker:
Sherri L. Samuels-Fuerst, R.N., Sargento Foods Inc.

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

Level:
Basic

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

To retain and attract talented employees, organizations endeavor to offer competitive benefit programs. Delivering robust medical & pharmacy benefits at an affordable price has been a challenge with soaring costs. The largest chunk of the increase is due to skyrocketing pharmaceutical costs. Today, Rx is 26% of total benefits spend. By 2020, it is predicted to grow to 50% of our total benefits costs! Learn what is happening in this area, what’s around the corner and how top-performing companies are managing these costs while still maintaining competitive benefit packages at affordable prices. 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:
Evaluating & Monitoring Your Plan & Vendors

With target-date funds (TDFs), navigating your fiduciary responsibilities can be treacherous and tiring—but rewarding if you hit your target. A comprehensive selection process is the surest way to protect your plan participants and mitigate fiduciary risks when staring down significant retirement plan balances with extreme down-market return differences among like-dated TDFs. Attend this session to learn how to develop a best-practices approach to selection and monitoring. FOR DC/401(k) PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speaker:
Presented by NFP

Audience:
Defined contribution/401(k) plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Investment Management & Plan Funding

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Can your M&A team uncover costly issues and compliance risks related to 401(k), health coverage (including self-funded health), perks, and other benefits? Have you encountered “surprises” after an M&A closing? Understand where to look to uncover costs and potential compliance concerns. Find benefit-related issues before the deal is signed so you can work with legal counsel to protect your organization. Know what to look for in benefits contracts in order to save costs after the closing. If you are the seller, this information can help you to get your house in order before the sale. FOR DC/401(k), SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Patricia S. Beagle, Senior Human Resources Consultant

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

Level:
Basic

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

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

Most retirement plan sponsors cringe at the prospect of going through a full RFP process for any vendor, but what if the process didn’t have to be such a chore? During this session, learn about an innovative approach to conducting RFPs for recordkeepers and advisors aimed at making the process efficient and effective. Gain a deeper understanding of a new approach to RFPs and detailed, actionable steps forward. FOR DC/401(k), DB AND 403(b) PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Sara R. Matlock, SWBC Retirement Plan Services

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

Level:
Basic

Category:
Evaluating & Monitoring Your Plan & Vendors

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

Many people spend most of their lives getting health insurance from their employer. Once they turn 65, there can be confusion as Medicare becomes primary. Whether your company provides benefits for those entering retirement or not, this workshop will give you an understanding of what is available in the marketplace for seniors! You will learn about the options and how you can help your retirees by providing guidance through an uncertain but exciting time. FOR DC/401(k), DB, 403(b), SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Martina Wiedmayer, United Healthcare Medicare Solutions

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

Hear a discussion of why now is the time for your pension plan to purchase annuities for some or all of your retirees. Learn how annuity purchases save your company significant money, how the marketplace has evolved to increase competition, how to meet your fiduciary obligations, and why the right process matters.

Speaker:
Michael S. Clark, River and Mercantile Solutions

Audience:
Defined benefit plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

Prepare yourself with tools and processes to drive organizational success through innovation, leadership and human capital. Forget CEO, CFO, COO and CHRO. It is time to become a COTM—Chief Operating Trouble Maker. The title COTM is assigned to those who reject status quo and challenge the system for the better. This session examines common business buzzwords—strategic, engagement, innovation—and challenges participants to tear down the walls of a static corporate culture. If you believe HR can influence change and you want to drive success in your company through visionary leadership, become a COTM and learn how to challenge the system for improvement. FOR DC/401(k), DB, 403(b), SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Presented By:
Jill A. Kopanis, Shazaam Communications

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

Wednesday, March 27, 2019
9:45 am - 10:45 am

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 K. Grimes R.N., 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

This session helps plan sponsors better understand what is and is not considered a rebate by your PBM and pharmaceutical companies. Learn what you should consider asking for from your PBM when it comes to rebates. Hear about the nuances in your PBM contract regarding the payment of rebates, particularly on specialty drugs and whether rebates actually increase drug costs. Discover the impacts that point-of-sale rebates could have on your overall plan costs if you allow members to share in the rebates you receive from your PBM. Finally, find out about the changes currently being considered in Washington, D.C., including whether rebates are “on the chopping block”, and the impact on your overall prescription drug costs if the payment of rebates are eliminated. FOR SELF-FUNDED PLANS. INTERMEDIATE.

Speakers:
Gregory I. Madsen, Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC
Michael J. Staab, J.D., Innovative Rx Strategies, LLC

Audience:
Self-funded health and welfare plans

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Plan Design & Administration

This session explores how student loan repayment programs work, including several variations in form, and discusses reasons for offering this benefit and examples of common benefit structures. In addition, we address taxability, plan design decisions, issues to explore with third-party administrators, a case study example, and lessons learned when implementing the benefit. FOR DC/401(k), DB, 403(b), SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Patricia S. Beagle, Senior Human Resources Consultant

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

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:
Dawn vanDyck, SWBC Retirement Plan Services

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

Level:
Intermediate

Category:
Investment Management & Plan Funding

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

Are you looking for ways to reach your employees and try to engage them in your benefits program? Do you have challenges communicating important benefits initiatives to a diverse workforce? In this session, a fellow employer shares tips on building and executing a communication strategy that engages employees in their benefits programs and promotes health and financial well-being. FOR DC/401(k), 403(b), SELF-FUNDED AND FULLY INSURED PLANS. BASIC.

Speaker:
Gretchen E. Jorbin, Sunrun Inc.

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

Level:
Basic

Category:
Employee Communication & Education

Well-designed benefit programs are critical to bringing in new talent and increasing employee loyalty, but health insurance is now the second largest business expense behind payroll. It is critical for CFOs to understand the dynamic changes occurring in the marketplace that effect current and future costs. In this workshop, learn how to analyze costs, budget projections, medical trends and various strategies to get your CFO’s support of implementing cost-saving benefit programs that meet the needs of your organization.

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

During this case study by a benefits colleague, hear how a manufacturing company with 1200 employees added an on-site health and wellness clinic in Eastern Idaho. Learn how, when faced with a workforce that historically underutilized doctor visits and preventive care, Basic American Foods was able 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