Individuals and populations are different.
So which do you target – and how – to achieve better health outcomes for your employees?
Find out what really matters when it comes to better health – both physical and mental – from one of the “World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds”!
Dr. Sandro Galea, is an acclaimed physician, epidemiologist and author of Healthier: Fifty Thoughts on the Foundations of Population Health. Known as an engaging and witty speaker, he currently serves as the dean and Robert A. Knox Professor at Boston University School of Public Health.
Few tools are left in the toolbox when it comes to controlling employer healthcare costs.
Let experts from the law firm Epstein Becker Green and health care consultancy EBG Advisors tell you about the risks and rewards of adopting some of the newest solutions. They know the healthcare industry inside and out!
[ ] Do you manage benefits for at least 10,000 employees in the US?
[ ] Is your workforce distributed in areas throughout the country?
[ ] Do you want to provide high-quality outcomes while paying less for joint replacement, spine and bariatric surgeries?
If you answer “YES” to these questions, you need to consider participating in the Employers Center of Excellence Network (ECEN).
It’s a program recommended by 98% of the patients who have participated at companies like Walmart, Lowes and McKesson!
ECEN has negotiated payment rates for high-quality surgical care for specific high-cost procedures at some of the top hospitals in the country.
Hear more about what ECEN can do for you and your employees!
Aetna will discuss their Mental Health RFI results, and answer your questions.
Does your health plan really deliver when it comes to mental health programs?
Find out how your health plan stacks up against other plans in areas like:
This new-for-2018 “deep dive” health plan assessment is based on a national evidence-based RFI.
Are you tasked with developing a benefits package that helps attract and retain high-performing talent?
Then don’t undermine it with a lackluster communications strategy!
Employers can develop the most robust and brilliant benefits package but if it isn’t communicated effectively, your workforce won’t understand the value and embrace it as they should.
Join your peers in a discussion about what they’re currently doing, and see if some out-of-box thinking can boost your communications strategy!
|NEBGH Employer Members (Complimentary)/Nonmember Employers ($100)
||All Other Members ($50)/ Nonmembers ($100)|
|7:45 AM||Employer-only Roundtable|
|9:00 AM||Arrival & Breakfast: General Audience|
|9:30 AM||Welcome & Introductions|
|9:45 AM||Panel Discussion:
Cancer is a complex illness. Employers often involve multiple vendors in their efforts to support employees and family members diagnosed with cancer, but lack of coordination among health plans, care navigators, 2nd opinion services, EAP, disability vendors and others can result in sub-optimal care as well as unnecessary stress and confusion for everyone involved.
Hear how one employer – Pfizer – is implementing a new employee-centric model of cancer care called The Cancer Care Huddle. And learn what other employers can do to develop a similar approach!
The field of genomics is exploding with opportunity. So where’s the value for employers when it comes to new diagnostic tests and treatments in areas like cancer, reproduction and mental health?
At this employer-focused session we’ll demystify the field of genomic medicine, including popular services like Ancestry and 23andMe, and:
Hear from panelists including oncologists and innovators!