Cutting Through Chaos: Employers Taking Control of Benefits and Health Care Data

About this Webinar

Friday, December 1; 1:00 – 2:00 PM ET

All employers struggle with managing benefits data. These challenges impose costs on HR organizations, and limit the ability of HR and benefits leaders to execute their plans. In this webinar, learn from two very different employers, a large and a small employer who share their perspectives about how they are using the same approach to take control over their data. Hear directly from them on how they have been able to:

  • Ensure seamless data aggregation and exchange across vendors
  • Full ownership, and transparent control over data
  • Add and remove vendors without expensive and risky technical integrations
  • Comply with increasingly complex legislation including HIPAA and the 21st Century Cures Act

This webinar is co-hosted by World Congress and Validation Institute.

Speakers

Mike Hanlon
Founder and CEO
Abett
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Dan Reber
Director, Corporate Employee Benefits
Prudential
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Karen Wren
Benefits Director
Point B
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Abett operates a SaaS data-management tool for HR and benefits data. It empowers employers to securely manage and transfer HR and benefits data across the many siloed vendors on which they depend. Abett’s customers range from smaller firms to Fortune 100 employers.

A traditional data warehouse is like a “roach motel” for data. Your data goes in, but it doesn’t come out. Abett’s Lockbox is a very different kind of solution. Its purpose is to share data elements across systems and vendors, solely at the direction of the employer. In doing so, the Lockbox securely automates tasks like creating and delivering eligibility files, and provides a historical archive when an employer replaces one vendor with another.

Via its Lockbox, an employer outsources the technical implementation of new vendors and point solutions to Abett. We integrate with third-party vendors quickly and seamlessly. In some cases, switching vendors can be as simple as a single click of the mouse.