Self-Insured TrackSelf-Insured Track

Benefit Plan Redesign • Stakeholder Partnerships • Risk Mitigation

Explore self-insurance strategies for small, mid-market, and large employers that curb costs and improve employee health. Leverage employer-TPA partnerships to modify plan design, manage risks, and enhance claims administration.

Top Reasons to Attend:

  • Gain strategies to redesign benefit plans to efficiently meet employee needs and maximize value
  • Discuss cost-effective self-insurance models for small, middle market, and large employers
  • Examine performance-based contracts with TPAs to improve care quality and minimize risks
  • Learn from State of Montana’s reference-based pricing model for its 33,000 employees: Understand the reasoning behind adopting an RBP approach
  • Utilize actionable data to efficiently track trends, measure health plan performance, and address unique employee needs

Distinguished Speakers Include:

Featured Pre-Conference Workshop:

Employer-led Direct Contracting: High-Value Care at Lower Cost

This workshop convenes HR and benefits executives from self-insured employers, brokers, TPAs, and benefits consultants to discuss strategies to maximize employee health care value while reducing costs. Engage in an in-depth discussion on how to:
  • Modify benefit design to improve health outcomes
  • Explore partnerships with brokers and TPAs to develop cost-saving programs
  • Examine direct contracting models that significantly reduce the financial burden while optimizing care delivery


Brian Klepper, PhD
Brian Klepper, PhD
Worksite Health Advisors


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