The 16th Annual Employee Health Care Conference

The Changing Health Care Agenda: Pace, Process, Performance
MARCH 17 - 18, 2016 | HILTON SAN DIEGO BAYFRONT | SAN DIEGO, CA

MARCH 10 - 11, 2016 | NEW YORK MARRIOTT MARQUIS | NEW YORK, NY


March 17 - 18, 2016

Can't make it to the San Diego Conference? - Click here to view more information and to register for the Employee Health Care Conference in New York

Delivering positive, business-focused performance continues to lead the agenda for employer-sponsored health care programs.  The key variable is change -- it’s fast, fundamental and coming from multiple directions.  As you respond to an expanding array of pressures and opportunities, it’s more important than ever to manage the pace of your work and firmly ground the change process in the values of your organization.

In its 16th year, the Employee Health Care Conference will convene top employers and industry leaders to share case studies, best practices and practical next steps to help you with the changing health care agenda around pace, process and performance. 

Top Reasons to Attend

  • Pace, process, performance: Aligning new solutions with the employer/employee value proposition
  • Benefit delivery platforms: Exploring the full continuum of self-managed and exchange approaches
  • The great debate on health care industry consolidation: What it means for employers
  • Efficiency: The analytics, levers, tactics for success
  • Vendor procurement: Far from the same old story
  • What’s up in Washington: The impact of late-breaking regulatory issues and election-year politics

…and more, from industry leaders and your peers. 

Additional highlights include: 

  • Alternative care delivery: A look under the hood at emerging models, including ACOs and other regional/local contracting approaches
  • Near-site health centers: Sharing employer resources to deliver efficient “onsite” value to local populations
  • Sharing employer/employee risk: The role of supplemental and voluntary benefits
  • Specialty pharmacy: From sticker shock to strategy
  • Workforce performance and productivity: Managing stress, building resilience
  • Implementing health programs around the globe: Analytics, design, management, communication.

Register before 12.19.15 and SAVE $400 

Get involved!  
The agenda for the 2016 Employee Health Care Conference is being developed. If you would like to get involved, please contact Gregg Mauro at gregg.mauro@conference-board.org.

Start networking now! 
Join the Employee Health Care Experts LinkedIn Group to discuss the dramatic changes facing the industry with your fellow employee health care professionals before, during and after the conference.

LOCATION

Employers: $2,895
(Corporate HR, Benefits, Wellness, Compensation, Total Rewards, Finance executives, etc.). Please register below.

Vendors: $3,895
(Plans, Health and Benefits Consultants, Benefits and Wellness Service Providers, etc.), please register by calling Customer Service at 212-339-0345. Early registration discount does not apply. If you are unsure of which category you fit in to, please email: customer.service@conference-board.org.

LEAD SPONSOR
Towers Watson
SUPPORTING SPONSOR
Aetna Inc.
Anthem Blue Cross
Anthem, Inc.
Castlight Health
Change Healthcare Corporation
HealthEquity
PRESENTED WITH ASSISTANCE FROM
American Well
Bank of America - Benefit Solutions
Beacon Health Options
Best Doctors
Cigna
Collective Health
Color Genomics
ConnectYourCare
ConsumerMedical
Doctor on Demand, Inc.
eMindful
Envision Rx
Nurtur
Evive Health
Express Scripts
EyeMed
Fidelity Investments
Fitbit, Inc.
Grand Rounds
Guckenheimer
Health Dialog Services Corporation
Healthways, Inc.
HSA Bank
Humana
Jiff, Inc.
Kaiser Permanente
Limeade
Livongo Health
Meritain
One Medical
Optum
PayFlex Systems USA, Inc.
Progyny
Quantum Health, Inc.
Quest Diagnostics
RedBrick Health
ShapeUp
Employer Direct Healthcare
Teladoc, Inc.
UnitedHealthcare
Verisk Health
Virgin Pulse
Vitals
VSP Vision Care
WageWorks
Walgreens
WebMD Health Services
Wells Fargo Health Savings Accounts
Zipongo
SESSION SPONSOR
meQuilibrium
AGENDA
MARCH 17 - 18, 2016
HILTON SAN DIEGO BAYFRONT

March 16, 2016

1:30 - 5:00 pm

Join industry leaders, physicians and researchers to examine the market disruption and opportunity created by the rapid growth of telehealth. Employer panelists will discuss the implications for employers and employees, from helping deliver increased access and convenience, to effecting positive ROI. Physicians will discuss the importance of balancing clinical quality, security, resolution and continuity of care. Join us and learn about the important results employers have experienced using telehealth and interact with individuals and organizations who have used telehealth to help save time and money.

March 17 - 18, 2016

Can't make it to the San Diego Conference? - Click here to view more information and to register for the Employee Health Care Conference in New York

Delivering positive, business-focused performance continues to lead the agenda for employer-sponsored health care programs.  The key variable is change -- it’s fast, fundamental and coming from multiple directions.  As you respond to an expanding array of pressures and opportunities, it’s more important than ever to manage the pace of your work and firmly ground the change process in the values of your organization.

In its 16th year, the Employee Health Care Conference will convene top employers and industry leaders to share case studies, best practices and practical next steps to help you with the changing health care agenda around pace, process and performance. 

Top Reasons to Attend

  • Pace, process, performance: Aligning new solutions with the employer/employee value proposition
  • Benefit delivery platforms: Exploring the full continuum of self-managed and exchange approaches
  • The great debate on health care industry consolidation: What it means for employers
  • Efficiency: The analytics, levers, tactics for success
  • Vendor procurement: Far from the same old story
  • What’s up in Washington: The impact of late-breaking regulatory issues and election-year politics

…and more, from industry leaders and your peers. 

Additional highlights include: 

  • Alternative care delivery: A look under the hood at emerging models, including ACOs and other regional/local contracting approaches
  • Near-site health centers: Sharing employer resources to deliver efficient “onsite” value to local populations
  • Sharing employer/employee risk: The role of supplemental and voluntary benefits
  • Specialty pharmacy: From sticker shock to strategy
  • Workforce performance and productivity: Managing stress, building resilience
  • Implementing health programs around the globe: Analytics, design, management, communication.

Register before 12.19.15 and SAVE $400 

Get involved!  
The agenda for the 2016 Employee Health Care Conference is being developed. If you would like to get involved, please contact Gregg Mauro at gregg.mauro@conference-board.org.

Start networking now! 
Join the Employee Health Care Experts LinkedIn Group to discuss the dramatic changes facing the industry with your fellow employee health care professionals before, during and after the conference.

Ellen Exum, Vice President Employee Benefits, IBM Corporation

Allen Pease, Senior Vice President, Enterprise and Commercial Sales, HealthEquity

Paul Fruhwirth, Vice President Consumer Health Engagement, Cigna

Jim Pursley, Chief Commercial Officer, Livongo Health

Donna Sexton, Director, Employee Benefits, Costco Wholesale

Jamie McLeod, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Virgin Pulse

Othman Laraki, Co-Founder, Color Genomics

Michael O'Brien, Vice President, Corporate HR Services, Caesars Entertainment Corporation

Eric Zimmerman, Head of Behavior Design and Product Innovation, RedBrick Health

David Hines, CEO & Founder, ConsumerMedical

Matt Eurey, Vice President of Total Rewards, Lowe's Companies, Inc.

Michelle Hatzis, PhD, Global Food, Health and Wellness Program Manager, Google, Inc.

Kristy Ruble, Benefits Manager, Hormel Foods

Seth Serxner, Chief Health Officer and Senior Vice President, Population Health, Optum

Linda Fogg Phillips, Director, Tiny Habits Academy

Shelly Iacobelli, Director Pensions & Benefits, ZF TRW

Harley Denzin, Human Resource Services, Conduent

Charlie Hartwell, MBA, Operating Partner, The Bridge Builders Collaborative

Wendy Lynch, PhD, Founder, Lynch Consulting

Jan Bruce, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, meQuilibrium

Marianne Braunstein, Vice President of Product Management, WebMD Health Services

Brittany Herlean, Chief Executive Officer, Herlean Fitness

Alan Marcum, Executive Vice President, Devon Energy Corporation

Allen Kline, Vice President of Benefits, Kohl's

Rob Graybill, Vice President SmartShopper, Vitals

Jana Huntsman, Director, Benefits, Arrow Electronics Inc.

Jeffrey Dobro, Chief Medical Officer, One Medical

Sarah Lecuna, Benefits Program Manager, Intuit, Inc.

Marc Siry, Vice President Strategic Development, Comcast

Cynthia Hutchins, Director of Financial Gerontology, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Scott Smith, Vice President, Compensation & Benefits, The Home Depot

Todd Kneale, Director, Total Rewards, YRC Worldwide

Mark Maselli, Co-head of Health and Benefits, Willis Towers Watson

Chris Stenzel, Senior VicePresident, Business Development & Innovation, Kaiser Permanente Inc.

Nina McQueen, Vice President, Global Benefits, Mobility & Employee Experience, LinkedIn

Michelle Probert, Manager, Integrated Health Services, Bath Iron Works Corporation

Derek Newell, Cheif Executive Officer, Jiff

Owen Tripp, Chief Executive Officer, Grand Rounds

Henry Albrecht, Chief Executive Officer, Limeade, Inc.

Ryan Schoenecker, Vice President, US Employer Sales, Best Doctors

John Jesser, Vice President, LiveHealth Online

James Klein, President, American Benefits Council

Maeve O’Meara, Senior Vice President, Products, Castlight Health

Anne Wallace, PhD, Principal Researcher, Science & Analytics, Wellness, Humana, Inc.

Sylvia Richins, Manager, Benefits APAC, Performance & Reward, Rio Tinto

Ben Sommers, Vice President, Business Development, Fitbit Wellness

Randall Boyd, CEO & COO, Guckenheimer

Adam Glauberg, Global Head, Global Health Services Operations, Johnson & Johnson

Norman Anderson, PhD, Chief Executive Officer, The American Psychological Association (Retired)

Kara Trott, Chief Executive Officer, Quantum Health, Inc.

Audrietta Izlar, Manager, Global Health and Wellness, Verizon

Prashant Srivastava, Co-founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Evive

Kelli Sewell, Director Human Resources, EnLink Midstream

Michael Sokol, Vice President, Employee Wellness, Sanofi

Diana Han, MD, Chief Medical Officer, GE Appliances

Carole Mendoza, Executive Director, HR/Benefits, Amgen

Robert Kight, SVP - Global HR Services, Delta Air Lines

Arielle Bogorad, Director, Worldwide Benefits and Wellness, Cerner

Dennis Charland, Senior Vice President, Sales, Vitals

Amanda McCullough, Vice President of Global Benefits, Visa

Jacquie Folk, Director, Benefits & Wellness, Nestle USA, Inc.

Kristen Brown, Director, Benefits, JetBlue

James Jadallah, Director, Health and Wellness, Nemours Children’s Health System

Samanntha DuBridge, Vice President, Global Benefits and Employee Mobility, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Joanne Armenio, Associate Director, Benefits Plan Operations, Mondelez International, Inc.

Jason Langheier, Chief Executive Officer & Founder, Zipongo Inc.

Karlene Hall, Manager, Work/Life, McGraw Hill Financial

Elvia Herrera, Senior Manager, Health and Welfare, Allstate Insurance Company

Heather Patrick, Senior Director, Program Development, Envolve

Stephanie Pereira da Silva, Health and Wellness Manager, Kimberly-Clark Corporation

Eun Yeong Kim, Senior Manager, Total Rewards, SpaceX

Richard Paul, Senior Vice President, Beacon Health Options

Kevin Renner, Senior Vice President of Marketing & Product Management, eMindful

Amy O'Neill, AVP & Director, Health and Welfare Programs, Liberty Mutual Insurance

Kathleen Harris, Vice President, Benefits, Time Warner Inc.

Sandy Sakaida, Director, Benefits, The Cheesecake Factory

Paul Harkaway, MD, Senior Vice President, Clinical Integration & Accountable Care, Trinity Health

James West, Manager of Employee Life Services, Michelin North America, Inc. (Retired)

Shawn Leavitt, Senior Vice President Global Benefits, Comcast, NBCUniversal, Spectacor, Comcast

Jennifer Scharff, Senior People Services Director, DaVita

Jim Cummings, Senior Vice President of Global Compensation and Benefits, Time Warner, Inc.

Lena Cheng, Vice President, Medical Affairs, Doctor on Demand

Eric Sodergren, Market Head, Vice President Sales & Services, Aetna Inc.

Keegan Fisher, AVP, Benefits, Providence Health & Services

Sabrina Davison, Vice President, Health & Welfare Benefits, Comcast, NBCUniversal and Spectacor

Phil Belcher, Manager, U.S. Benefits, Eastman Chemical

BJ Fogg, Behavior Scientist, Stanford University

Dana Loch, Wellness Manager, Nestle USA, Inc.

Danny Humphrey, Vice President, Wellth Services, HealthEquity

Ken Horstman, Senior Director, Total Compensation, University of Minnesota

Michelle Tracy, Vice President, Benefits, T. Rowe Price

Jane Gile, SPHR Director, City of Manchester, Human Resources Dept.

Kristin Baker Spohn, Chief Commercial Officer, Collective Health

Other scheduled dates and locations for The 16th Annual Employee Health Care Conference:

March 10 - 11, 2016 – New York Marriott Marquis, New York, NY

Lead Sponsor
Towers Watson
Supporting Sponsor
Aetna Inc.
Anthem Blue Cross
Anthem, Inc.
Castlight Health
Change Healthcare Corporation
HealthEquity
Presented with assistance from
American Well
Bank of America - Benefit Solutions
Beacon Health Options
Best Doctors
Cigna
Collective Health
Color Genomics
ConnectYourCare
ConsumerMedical
Doctor on Demand, Inc.
eMindful
Envision Rx
Nurtur
Evive Health
Express Scripts
EyeMed
Fidelity Investments
Fitbit, Inc.
Grand Rounds
Guckenheimer
Health Dialog Services Corporation
Healthways, Inc.
HSA Bank
Humana
Jiff, Inc.
Kaiser Permanente
Limeade
Livongo Health
Meritain
One Medical
Optum
PayFlex Systems USA, Inc.
Progyny
Quantum Health, Inc.
Quest Diagnostics
RedBrick Health
ShapeUp
Employer Direct Healthcare
Teladoc, Inc.
UnitedHealthcare
Verisk Health
Virgin Pulse
Vitals
VSP Vision Care
WageWorks
Walgreens
WebMD Health Services
Wells Fargo Health Savings Accounts
Zipongo
Session sponsor
meQuilibrium