The Perks of Having a CPR Account
May 10, 2017
Open enrollment showers follow spring flowers? Perhaps a lesser known idiom, but if you are a benefits manager or HR professional working to provide health care to a population, you are familiar with the grueling push your team undergoes each year to design your health care strategy, get through open enrollment, and manage the employee communications along the way. All of this work is required to keep the lights on. But have you ever wondered when it’s all done if you are getting the best value for your health care dollar? If yes, you’re not alone.
At Catalyst for Payment Reform, our mission is to help employers and other health care purchasers work together to improve the health care system. After all, employers and other purchasers together end up footing a substantial percentage of the health care costs in the United States.
The good news is that CPR can help by providing you with resources designed to help purchasers of all shapes and sizes get better value and to make your life easier.
The better news is that most of these resources will be FREE for you. We’ve made it our mission as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization to empower you as a health care purchaser, so that we all can benefit from a better functioning health care system.
So what are some of the perks of being a CPR health care purchaser?
- Get free access to our monthly educational webinars that spotlight what you need to know about new topics and strategies, like maternity or telehealth.
- Get free access to CPR’s Tools Library, which houses plug-and-play tools that you can use to chart your path to higher value and hit the ground running.
- Catch up on events you may have missed by browsing recordings in our Webinar Library.
- Receive CPR Weekly, crafted with your needs in mind, outlining key updates, new opportunities, and quick intel for purchasers.
The best news is that it’s super easy to request access. Click here to register as a CPR purchaser, receive a login, and start taking advantage of all the perks.