“There is strength in numbers – in policy making as well as purchasing health care,” said Karen Timberlake, principal at the Wisconsin offices of Michael Best Strategies. Several staff members of Michael Best Strategies spoke about the past year in health policy and what lies ahead in 2018 at The Alliance’s Health Policy event.
How has federal health policy changed over the past year? Which changes impact employers with self-funded employee health benefit plans? And what are the ‘hot button’ legislation items currently being discussed in U.S. government? John Barlament, partner at Quarles and Brady informed attendees of the need-to-know issues that could impact their benefit offerings at the health policy focused event last month.
Can employers be the “super-heroes” of health benefits? Sally Welborn thinks so.
Can successful people suffer from mental illness? Yes they can – and many do.
The Alliance chose Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal as the 2018 Alliance Annual Seminar speaker because she captures the issues that are causing health care to become more and more dysfunctional. That dysfunction comes at a high cost for employers and patients.
“Talk about the realities of HDHPs with your employees – and their families too.” That is the advice of Sandra Morris, consultant and former Procter & Gamble Senior Manager, specializing in Benefits Plan Design.