Breakfast seminar 

Healthy insights:
New approaches for
managing healthcare
benefits and Rx costs

By 2021, more than 50% of prescription drug costs will be for specialty medications, with some costing $500k annually. These statistics have serious implications for plan sponsors looking to manage future costs.
Start your day with an interactive discussion on the pharmacy landscape. We’ll share population data and market-specific insights to help your organization design financially stable benefit programs that support employee wellbeing.

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  Join us in New York  Join us in New Jersey

  When: February 19, 2020

When: February 20, 2020

  Where:

  Jay Suites Plaza District
  Meeting Room A, 8th Floor
  515 Madison Ave.
  New York, NY 10022

Where:
Embassy Suites Parsippany
Warren Room
909 Parsippany Blvd.
Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ 07054

  Seminar agenda for both events:
  8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. |
Registration and breakfast
  8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. | Presentation and Q&A

Our presenters will discuss how to:

  • Use population health data to uncover workforce trends
  • Analyze what Rx costs are hiding in your medical plan
  • Rethink your pharmacy and medical benefit plans to manage specialty medication costs
  • Manage program and vendor performance
  • Evaluate programs to determine if they produce the desired results

Buck presenters

Dave GillenDave Gillen | Analytics help companies make faster, smarter decisions. At Buck, Dave focuses on finding effective ways for clients to measure and monitor the effectiveness of their health and prescription drug plans, as well as predict future costs and trends, which can be a game changer for companies.
Gail LevinsonGail Levenson | Getting the most value for your health care spend requires pulling all the levers available to a plan sponsor, including program design, vendor negotiation, and member engagement. Gail works with employers to optimize prescription drug programs based on workforce demographics and organizational needs.

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