As the pandemic winds down in the U.S. with the availability of vaccines, employers and other health care purchasers are looking critically at their health plans, their benefits programs, and where their members are getting care.
What’s in store
Attend this free webinar to learn how to address purchaser needs in payment reform, care delivery transformation, benefit & network design, and reporting & evaluation.
Hear from two Willis Towers Watson experts – Jeff Levin-Scherz, MD & Population Health Leader, and Drew Hodgson, Actuary & Health Care Delivery Leader – who will present alongside CPR’s Director of Member Services, Ryan Olmstead. Together, they’ll provide their perspectives on purchaser priorities for championing real and sustained improvements in health care quality and affordability.
Our presenters will also provide an in-depth look at the topics covered by CPR’s 2021 Aligned Sourcing & Contracting Toolkit, a downloadable toolkit that helps purchasers keep a pulse on their incumbent or prospective third-party administrators while simultaneously sending consistent demands to the health care marketplace.
About our guest speakers:
Drew Hodgson, FSA MAAA Drew is a Senior Director in the Health and Benefits practice of Willis Towers Watson’s Metro New York offices and serves as the National Health Care Delivery practice leader. Drew is also a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
Jeff Levin-Scherz, MD MBA Jeff is the North American Population Health leader for Willis Towers Watson Health and Benefits. He has served in leadership roles in provider organizations and a health plan, and is an Assistant Professor at Harvard Chan School of Public Health.
Who should attend?
This 60-minute webinar is intended for benefit managers and other plan sponsor representatives, no matter where they are in their plan year cycle. It is also relevant for regional business groups on health, health insurance brokers, consultants who advise on health benefits, policymakers, and any stakeholder who is interested in understanding purchaser health care priorities for 2022 and beyond.