Population Health Webinar Series
30 minutes to better member health
Register today for one, some or all of the topics in this complimentary webinar series.
Industry-leading experts share insights, guidance and innovations that help health plans transform their population health strategies to improve members’ health outcomes and reduce costs.
Register today for this complimentary webinar series, tailored to health plans.
Medication-Assisted Treatment: Opioid Use Disorder
Medication-assisted treatment is a proven, cost-effective way to help people recover and reduce the risk of overdose. This webinar dispels misconceptions and describes interventions for opioid use disorder and ways to increase access for those who need it the most.
Speakers: Martin Rosenweig, M.D.: Senior Medical Director
& Deb Adler: Senior Vice President, Network Strategy
A Holistic Approach to Managing Population Health
Meeting the needs of complex, high-risk members is a struggle. An integrated approach improves health outcomes and quality of care while controlling costs. Learn how health plans can address members’ medical, behavioral and social needs across fragmented services.
Speakers: Dr. Aaron Cohen: Senior National Medical Director Chief Medical Officer
& Michelle Bayer: Senior Director Care Management Products
Kidney Disease: Rethinking Total Cost of Care
Once the kidneys fail, survival depends on dialysis or a kidney transplant. Both have profound and costly implications for health plans, employers and members. A new managed kidney program offers health plans fixed premiums, reduced exposure and cost savings.
Speakers: Kevin Plosser: Senior Director, Kidney Solutions
& Ana Stankovic M.D.: Medical Director Clinical Solutions
Leading Specialty Patients to Better Health
Thursday, May 25, 2017 | 1 p.m. ET
What role do specialty pharmacies play in helping patients with complex conditions feel connected and knowledgeable about their condition and treatment? Treatment adherence remains a significant challenge—but health plans are taking new approaches to improve outcomes.
Speaker: Robert Nace: Sr. Director, Specialty Strategy and Clinical Programs