Employers Health clients have many opportunities to network with peers and access health care and benefits-related information. Our team produces numerous educational programs throughout the year, including three annual benefits conferences, where employee benefits thought leaders share reliable and relevant health benefit information. Regional Benefit Roundtable meetings also provide informal opportunities to network with and learn best practices from like-minded professionals. In addition, Employers Health conducts benefits-related surveys among clients to provide valuable benchmarking data.
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|03/18/21||See How Employers and Their Plan Participants are Saving on Specialty Spend||Register|
|05/04/21||ERISA Preemption and Public Policy Trends Affecting Benefit Plans||Virtual Pharmacy Benefits Conference Series||Register||pbm-conference-virtual-series|
|04/22/21||2021 Pharmacy Benefit Update with the Employers Health Clinical Team||Virtual Pharmacy Benefits Conference Series||Register||pbm-conference-virtual-series|
|04/06/21||PBM Assessments: Nothing Glamorous…but Essential||Virtual Pharmacy Benefits Conference Series||Register||Plan sponsors have a fiduciary responsibility under ERISA and CMS (for Part D programs) to ensure the proper administration of employee benefit's programs including the pharmacy benefits component.||pbm-conference-virtual-series|
|03/24/21||Medical Stop Loss – Recent and Ongoing Impact of COVID-19, Specialty Drug and Orphan Therapies||Virtual Pharmacy Benefits Conference Series||Register||pbm-conference-virtual-series|
|03/11/21||Insights and Strategies for Optimizing Self-Funded Plans||Virtual Pharmacy Benefits Conference Series||Register||Participants will discover: The current pharmacy marketplace and supply chain dynamics - Emerging market forces impacting pharmacy plans and key plan sponsor considerations - The evolving landscape and what it means for the industry and employers||pbm-conference-virtual-series|
|03/30/21||A Growing National Concern with Isolation and Loneliness||Register||The pandemic is fueling concern with loneliness and isolation. These were major issues of concern before the pandemic but have grown with the pandemic’s disruption in daily life.|