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How Fertility Benefits Can Save Your Company Money

December 6 | 1:00 – 2:00 pm ET

Fertility treatments and other family-forming journeys like adoption are notoriously expensive, costing tens of thousands of dollars on average. It may seem counterintuitive, then, that providing employees with fertility benefits can actually help reduce healthcare and other costs.

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Your 2023 Healthcare Game-Changer: Pharmacogenomics

December 13 | 2:00 – 3:00 pm ET

99% of all individuals have at least one genetic mutation that would adversely affect their response to medications.

Small genetic differences mean a medication that is beneficial for one person could be extremely dangerous for another. For this reason, pharmacogenomics (PGx) is becoming such a valuable tool in personalized medicine.

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On Demand Webinars

M & A: How to Make Sure Your Merger Doesn’t Fail

While every merger or acquisition is to some degree unique, there are lessons to be drawn from past M&A transactions—both triumphs and failures.

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Fundamentals of Employee Well-Being

The connection between employee well-being and organizational care cannot be ignored. And as much as organizations may prefer to keep things simple, the truth is, employee well-being is a complex, ever evolving, and unique experience for everyone. In this webinar, hear Limeade Institute researcher Jessi Crast discuss the factors that influence whole-person well-being and the important role of care.

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New Provider Insights on Using Data to Drive Healthy Behaviors and Improve Outcomes

Empowering patients and providers with digital solutions that inspire proactive behavior change is part of the reimagined future of health care. This is a top priority for many of today’s health systems, coupled with the shift from providing episodic to continuous care to both their rural and urban populations.

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Supply Chain Risk Management in a Crisis: How to Minimize Costs and Improve Efficiencies

An era of unprecedented challenges in hospital supply chain is forcing managers to reassess the risks inherent in their systems and surge plan models. Join this webinar to find out how to streamline key apparel and PPE supply chain challenges, from leading hospital system executives. Review the playbook on how business continuity and catastrophe planning practices created a sound basis of operations, while adding advanced data analysis and surge plan modeling to make accurate projections of critical apparel, PPE, and scrub supply needs.

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Adopt a Customer-Centric Strategy to Optimize the Member Experience, Improve Star Ratings, and Close Care Gaps

With consumer-experience related metrics now determining more the 57% of overall Star ratings by 2023, it is important for MA plans to not only focus on quality and closing HEDIS care gaps but to also prioritize member experience and engagement. Moreover, the pandemic has underscored the need for plans to strengthen their outreach efforts and reengage their members to ensure they receive timely access to care.

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The Power of One – How AI Will Personalize Employee Experience

As managers and leaders, we often spend our time looking at aggregate data, trying to find trends and insights we need to take action on. But it’s hard to know how many people those insights will actually help – the parents that are trying to adopt their first child, the manager that’s completely burned out, or the employee that doesn’t feel included in her team.

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Examining the Role of Telehealth in Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Chronic Disease Outcomes

The swift adoption and uptake of telehealth services during the pandemic has further pushed digital divide concerns into the spotlight. Combined with existing racial and socioeconomic barriers, this widened a disparity of both access and outcomes for certain communities.

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Choosing the Right Digital MSK Solution for Your Workforce

Greater than 50% of adults will have a musculoskeletal (MSK) issue each year. MSK issues are the top cost driver for employment and medical costs, more than cancer, diabetes, or heart disease. COVID-19 has disrupted where and how employees work, accelerating consumers’ demand for virtual health care and digital solutions. Likewise, employers are recognizing that adding effective digital solutions to their health care ecosystem is not simply a nice-to-have but a competitive advantage.

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Building an Inclusive Benefits Package for a Remote Workforce

For years, the workforce has become increasingly diverse and distributed. Those trends were massively accelerated during 2020, and many benefits leaders have had to quickly adjust their strategy to support both remote workers and their diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) goals.

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Use Data to Uncover Insights and Create Actionable Strategies that Address Member Needs

Data is only valuable when it can be used to create an actionable insight. But, what insights about your members’ needs are going to be most useful to your organization – from the care management team to the customer service team or others?

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Webinar Series – Employer Strategies to Manage Drug Spend

As the cost of drugs continues to rise, particularly specialty drugs which account for an estimated 40-50% of drug spend in 2020, employers and plan sponsors are considering a variety of pharmacy management resources and solutions to deliver meaningful costs savings and improved patient outcomes.

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Webinar Series – How Employers Can Address the Impact and Cost of Chronic Conditions Affecting their Workforce

Employers have long realized the various impacts that chronic diseases can have on individuals within their workforce – both from an HR perspective and a medical-cost perspective.

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