The Milwaukee chapter invites you to attend "Modernizing Your Health Plan" on April 28th. *In-person attendance is at capacity. Virtual attendance is open!
Today’s employers are constantly challenged on how to recruit and retain top talent. Both fertility and behavioral health solutions have flooded the market and are at forefront of benefits decision-making. The first half of this seminar is designed to help the participant navigate these landscapes including understanding key decision making and vendor selection criteria. In addition to behavioral care and fertility, medicine continues to revolutionize in many ways. New treatments for cancer and other high cost claim disease states are being researched and approved. Although these solutions can shorten treatment time, increase patient adherence, and, in some cases, cure the disease, they can come with an expensive price tag. The rest of this program will explore new testing in the cancer arena as well as the pipeline and risk mitigation tactics for gene and cell therapies.
Key Learning Objectives:
Gene and Cell Therapies can be important innovations in medicine. Attendees will leave with a knowledge of the pipeline, therapies at the forefront of approval, what they are used for and self-funded health plan risk mitigation tactics.
As Director, Healthcare Innovation at Brown & Brown, Jenn is responsible for monitoring innovative and non-traditional healthcare strategies, vendors, and disruptors bubbling up around the country. Jenn regularly meets with these cutting-edge solution providers, and brings back innovative products, strategies, and thought-processes to benefit our teams and our clients. A key component of Jenn’s role is to assess, summarize, and make available locally the initiatives, services, vendors, and disruptors being vetted by the national Brown & Brown “Innovation Lab”. Jenn reviews strategies emerging across the country with clients and prospects.
Prior Jenn was a national sales director and consultant accumulating over 15 years of experience creating new, innovative channels for employers to access and purchase healthcare. She lowers total health plan costs while improving patient outcomes through strategies that challenge the status quo, meet employers long term benefit goals and match company culture.
April 28, 2022
11:30 am - 12:00 pm Lunch
12:00 -1:15 pm - Presentation and Q&A
Brown & Brown Offices
1200 N Mayfair Rd Ste 100
Milwaukee, WI 53226
(Located on the first floor, to the left.)
No Charge - Milwaukee Chapter Members
$10 - Non-Members
Please click here to register and pay via Paypal. Webinar link and instructions will be sent to all who register. If you have not received webinar instructions by April 26, please contact the chapter at firstname.lastname@example.org so the instructions can be resent.
RSVP by Friday, April, 22, 2022.
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This program qualifies for
1.5 CEBS Compliance credits.
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Approved for 1 Life, Accident & Health Credit
Approved for 1.25 HR (General) Credits
Approved for 1.25 PDCs
(You must attend in-person to receive a certificate of attendance for Wisconsin Insurance, HRCI and SHRM.)