A medical procedure’s cost in any marketplace can range widely, often leading to consumers unknowingly making expensive choices. Using data to identify the prevalent conditions and cost drivers can lead to high-value providers who can deliver high-quality care at vastly reduced costs. This presentation will focus on how to disrupt health care through a combination of self-funding, direct contracts, bundled pricing, medical tourism, telemedicine, Medicare-based pricing, care navigators and onsite clinics to offer a health plan that’s attractive and sustainable. Learn how a school district went from fully insured to reducing its costs by 37% in just one year.
• The root problems with our current health care delivery system
• Strategies to disrupt health care to better serve employers and members
• How to engage members to make them better, happier consumers.
January 14, 2020 (Tuesday)
11:30 am – 12:00 pm - Registration and Lunch
12:00 – 1:15 pm - Presentation and Q&A
The Medical College of Wisconsin
Research Park Center
10000 Innovation Drive
Conference Room 2 (1st floor)
Milwaukee, WI 53226
FREE - Chapter Members (with advance registration)
$10 - Non-members
Please RSVP by January 7, 2020
Registration is now closed as we have reached capacity.
There will be no webinar for this meeting.
A refund will not be given if your registration is cancelled less than 48 hours prior to the meeting.
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Sara Hames, CEBS
Hays Companies of Wisconsin
Sara joined Hays Benefits Group of Wisconsin as a Benefits Consultant in 2011.
Sara’s responsibilities include health and welfare plan consulting focused primarily on the development and execution of health plan strategies, wellness initiatives and employee engagement. She has extensive experience in working with both self-funded and insured health plans, as well as a wide variety of ancillary benefit programs including employee advocacy, wellness and on-site clinics.
Sara has over 25 years of experience in the health plan management and the insurance industry. Her primary focus has been as an advisor to medium and large clients in both the private and public sectors.
Sara is a member of the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists, the Greater Milwaukee Employee Benefits Council and the National Public Employers Labor Relations Association.
She has been a featured speaker at the ISCEBS Employee Benefit Symposium, MRA, WASBO, SHRM and various other organizations on employee benefits topics and trends. Sara has also taught employee benefits classes at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Marquette University and the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans.
Sara received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Speech Education. She received her CEBS designation in 1989.
This program qualifies for 1.5 CEBS CPE credit.