Today, your Gen X and Millennial employees increasingly find themselves shouldering expenses for small children and/or adult children — including college education and costs of those returning home to live— while also caring for aging or ill parents. And for middle-aged adults, this is all happening as they plan for retirement. “Sandwichers” lack the time and energy to fulfill these responsibilities successfully, and their physical and mental health frequently suffers.
Specialty pharmacy often comprises 50-80% of your total drug spend. Cost for this important component of health benefits is clearly an issue, and how to manage it is a big challenge. Don’t miss this event!
Nearly 20% of children have a mental health or developmental disability and chances are their parents are your employees. Despite your best efforts, parents may not be able to find or afford a mental health specialist for their kids. Left untreated or undertreated, children suffer the effects of these conditions and parents are stressed, leading to absenteeism and reduced productivity.
Outsourcing the administration of health and welfare benefits will probably be one of the biggest - and resource-intensive - projects you'll undertake as a benefits professional.
So whether you are actively shopping around, considering switching providers, or have just implemented a new platform, we've got you covered with insights and solutions to get the most out of your TPA relationship.
Join us for a unique exchange of perspectives from employers, providers and expert thought leaders who will tackle the big issues, including how to find the right TPA for your organizational culture, goals and values.
The Tribute to Leadership Awards were established in 1995 to publicly recognize extraordinary service, leadership, and commitment in creating a healthy work force and improving the healthcare system.
Do you know all the facts about HPV? Are you doing what you can to engage and educate employees?
HPV - human papillomavirus - is the most common sexually transmitted disease. Nearly one-quarter of Americans are infected with HPV, and 14 million are newly infected each year.
The HPV virus can lead to multiple forms of cancer – but these cancers are preventable! You can help save lives by ensuring that eligible adults 26-45 and children ages 11-12 get the HPV vaccine.
Join Dr. Amanda Dempsey, Tenured Professor of Pediatrics, University of Colorado Denver and Michelle Martin, VP Employee Engagement, CBS Corp, to learn the facts and how you can make a difference.
Join us for a special members-only meeting on this very important topic.
Discussion will include:
Confused about how you and your employees should be thinking about food?
Not sure how to tell a vegetarian from a flexitarian, or whether a paleo, keto or gluten-free diet is best?
Eager to help guide your employees toward eating that helps fight illness?
Dial in and learn!