Strategic Market Insight opportunities are available on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
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Monday, April 29, 2019 • 10:45 - 11:30 am
Identify, Manage, and Improve the Health of Rising-Risk Employees
More than 1 in 3 American adults is prediabetic, and 90% don't know it. In other words, nearly one-third of your employees are unknowingly on the path to developing diabetes, a chronic condition that costs $327 billion a year. In this session, learn how savvy employers are using analytic insights to:
- Identify rising-risk employees who are prediabetic
- Personalize the engagement of prediabetic employees in their health
- Improve health outcomes and costs
Shattering the Member Engagement Myth
Health plans have invested millions in pursuit of forging a productive member relationship - to generate both greater satisfaction and cost management. But in practice, health plans' member engagement strategies are oriented around what plans want from members - not what members want from plans. As a result, plans often fail to deliver on core member service priorities: easily getting care that is provider-directed, affordable, and convenient. Absent plan support, new players are filling these needsï¿½and changing member service expectations. This presentation discusses:
- The effectiveness of health plan engagement efforts
- How service failures have opened the door to new market entrants and reshaped member expectations
- Practical examples of how leading health plans are equipping providers to help steer members, improving the timing of communications to members, and preventing predictable navigation hot spots
Stakeholder Perspectives: A Proven Application that Individualizes Health Education Communications and Improves Health Outcomes
- Understand what to expect from a waiver based on Washington state's extensive experience reforming and improving its long-term care system
- Examine a data-driven, highly individualized health education communications
- View a unique, post-relational decisioning engine that matches patient needs to health education topics that help people manage disease and avoid injury
- Learn best practices in designing individualized communications that change behavior
- Discuss the value of implementing a unified communications system that improves efficiency while reducing redundant communications
- Hear results based on phone surveys, member testimonials, and data analytics
From "Me" to "We": A Population-Level Prevention Approach to Youth Behavioral Health
Prescription drug abuse and mental health are two topics that are frequently stigmatized and often viewed as individual issues. This perception can lead young people to feel isolated as they navigate the social pressures and challenges related to them. In this session, we explore how employer, health system, and health plan executives should look at:
- The intersectionality of personal and social well-being
- The leadership role in impacting prescription drug safety and mental wellness issues
- How population-level prevention can impact some of the seemingly intractable issues facing young people today
Develop the Next Leader: Unique Higher Education for the Health Care Workforce
Hear from leading universities about graduate programs and educational opportunities poised to advance value-based care.
Tuesday, April 30, 2019 • 10:30 - 11:15 am
Survive the New World Order: Trends, Challenges, and Unmet Needs of Payer, Providers, and Employers
The transformation of health care continues, creating opportunities and challenges for payers, providers, and employers. Market forces are provoking them to develop new strategic initiatives and to reprioritize existing ones. PNC Healthcare conducted a comprehensive, three-part strategic research project to examine how changes in health care today impact key stakeholders. Phases 1 and 2 examined what payers and providers are doing to survive the new world order. In Phase 3, the research examined trends, challenges, and unmet needs of U.S. employers related to health care. The session synthesizes qualitative and quantitative findings, and gives insight into how organizations are adapting to meet these challenges and harness new opportunities.
- How are payers and providers reimagining themselves for the future?
- What are the greatest health care challenges for employers?
- What are employers doing to combat rising costs and cope with ACA uncertainty?
- How do they view their commitment to offering health benefits to employees?
Reengineer the Pharmacy Benefit Supply Chain: Cost-Effective Employer Strategies to Optimize Contracts and Carve-Out Services
Pharmacy benefits are delivered through a complex supply chain designed to provide little transparency to employers and employees â€“ the ultimate payers of health care. In this session:
- Leverage opportunities across pharmacy benefit solution providers to make strategic decisions that lower costs
- Discuss common carve-outs that maximize savings
- Understand how increased control leads to greater cost transparency and improved fiduciary compliance for plan sponsors
- Review case studies from small, mid-sized, and large employers
Wednesday, May 1 • 10:10 - 10:55 am
Cut Costs and Improve Satisfaction: Post-Acute Care Coordination for Medicare Advantage (MA) Members
Member engagement and satisfaction are critical to a successful MA plan. This session explores challenges plans face across the post-acute care spectrum and how to mitigate them, particularly through better collaboration with providers. Discover how to engage patients and their caregivers to increase the chance of safe discharge and reduce the chance of readmissions.
- Utilize data-driven insights to direct the patient to the best facility for their care and condition
- Create actionable steps to identify high-performing networks to align providers and health plans across the state
- Analyze severity-adjusted quality and efficiency metrics
- Improve patient engagement for your health plan
- Understand how to reduce patient fragmentation between post-acute care providers while simultaneously engaging patients and their caregivers
Outlook on Reference-Based Pricing (RBP) as a Cost-Saving Strategy for Employers and Brokers
- Gain insight on RBP and its benefits
- Assess impact on health care spend and out-of-pocket expenses
- Learn about best practices to implement and administer RBP
- Tailor RBP programs to meet your organization's needs
- Educate employees and facilitate buy-in
- Interact and discuss:
- Next steps to implement a RBP model
- Strategies to overcome challenges
Addressing the Mental Health Crisis in Corporate America
- Assess the impact of the mental health crisis on companies
- Discuss statistics around productivity and health care costs
- Understand the prevalence of mental health conditions within employed populations
- Learn how to leverage technology to assess brain capacities, identify risk of mental conditions and train for mental fitness
- Customize programs based on individual needs
- Engage employees: Set self-improvement goals and frequently monitor performance
- Improve productivity, address presenteeism, and lower health care costs