UHC User Group: UnitedHealth Group’s Approach to Payment Integrity for Employers
Original webinar date: December 3, 2019
Payment errors can lead to mispayment and downstream expenses, affecting the overall cost of health care. UnitedHealth Group (UHG) is committed to continuously improving claims processing and controlling cost for employers. Payment Integrity programs reduce the total cost of health care and make it more affordable by ensuring claims are paid accurately. UHG Payment Integrity also detects, prevents and recovers payment for fraudulent, wasteful and abusive practices. When defects are found, Payment Integrity ensures they are remediated.
Moving in the Right Direction… on Depression Awareness and Suicide Prevention
Original webinar date: October 30, 2019
Depression impacts 16 million U.S. adults and costs the U.S. economy $210 billion annually. More than half of those with depression do not get treatment impacting productivity, disability rates, performance and retention. In this webinar you will hear from two mental health experts about the critical role workplaces play in raising depression awareness, encouraging help-seeking behavior and preventing suicide.
Improve Outcomes and Control Costs with UHC
Original webinar date: September 17, 2019
UHC Vice President of Client Development John Elliott and Employers Health Chief Strategy Officer Mike Stull provide valuable insight on how employers can utilize UHC to positively impact performance. This webinar will discuss how organizations can benefit from a differentiated strategy designed to help engage employees, identify ways to improve benefits outcomes and address how to control costs by aligning with your objectives to positively impact business performance.
Employers Health Consultant Update
Original webinar date: July 18, 2019
Employers Health prides itself on being one of the few pharmacy purchasing coalitions that allow independent, third-party consultants and advisors to evaluate its solutions. In this webinar, you’ll hear how consultants like you are helping clients achieve lower costs, better experiences and better outcomes by effectively managing the pharmacy benefit through leveraged purchasing and aligned goals.
Original webinar date: May 1, 2019
Mike Stull is joined by Garrett Brown, Assistant General Counsel at Employers Health to discuss PBM contracting and its impact on PBM performance. Those watching can expect to gain insight around the important items that plan sponsors should be mindful of when reviewing a PBM services agreement, the legal obligations of ERISA fiduciaries and more.
Specialty Management Strategies
Original webinar date: April 17, 2019
Matt Harman, Director of Pharmacy and Mike Stull, Chief Marketing Officer, discuss the most popular topic in pharmacy – specialty drugs! Those watching will gain insight around the pros and cons of popular specialty strategies, including specialty and clinical management carve-out, site-of-care administration and more.
PBM Fundamentals: Setting the Stage
Original webinar date: April 4, 2019
Chief Marketing Officer, Mike Stull as sets the stage for our 2019 PBM Webinar Series! Those watching will gain valuable insight around market forces impacting pharmacy trend, benchmarking data to compare your plan’s performance, changes in the supply chain affecting plan sponsors, insights into transparent pricing models and strategies to manage specialty pharmacy.
Employers Health Snapshot
Original webinar date: April 2, 2019
Have you added a new team member?
Need a refresher on how Employers Health can be an extension of your benefits team?
Interested in learning how our employer members maximize value through collaborative purchasing solutions?
Interested in additional membership benefits beyond group purchasing?
Watch now to hear Mike Stull, Chief Marketing Officer, discuss Employers Health.
Impact of Caregiving on Your Employees
Original webinar date: September 10, 2018
Caregiving for a loved one, friend or another dependent is becoming increasingly prevalent. Nearly one-fifth of the adult population consider themselves informal caregivers. It’s easy to understand the need for care of an aging parent, but many caregivers assist a family member or friend with an emotional or mental health issue. In addition to financial stress, the majority of informal caregivers themselves suffer from chronic stress and find themselves having difficulty taking care of their own health.
Suicide Prevention and Awareness in the Workplace
Original webinar date: October 4, 2018
Specialty Pharmacy Management Strategies
Original webinar date: April 18, 2018
Trends in Pharmacy Benefit Management
Original webinar date: March 14, 2018
Original webinar date: February 13, 2018
Time for Preventing Employee Rx Misuse: A Call for Innovations
Original webinar date: February 8, 2018
Expatriate Prescription Services
Original webinar date: January 31, 2018