Innovations in Healthcare

Innovations in Healthcare Series: Fall 2015

Dates: Wednesdays, October 14, November 4, and December 2, 2015
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where:  University of Wisconsin-Stout 

Interactive & dynamic discussions designed to help you find your way in the healthcare world of options.

The three-part Innovations in Healthcare Series is designed to provide comprehensive and actionable information to employers. The series will educate and inform businesses on how to strategically manage healthcare costs while providing quality care to employees. 

Who Should Attend

The Innovations in Healthcare Series is designed for individuals who are charged with implementing or overseeing healthcare within their organization.  Companies with 50-2,500 employees are encouraged to attend. 

What Your Organization Will Gain

Attendees will engage in thought provoking discussions each month, learning about smarter ways to provide healthcare. Participants will walk away with new strategies and options that will help them take immediate action towards better managing their healthcare costs.

Topics of Discussion

Heathcare plan options

Cost Management

Compliance

Financing Options

Pharmacy Programs

Onsite and shared clinics

Telemedicine 

Wellness that works

Direct contracting

Why You Should Attend

What local companies are saying about the Innovations in Healthcare Series:

...new and exciting options to learn about. - Jake Nolin, HR Director, Rice Lake Weighing Systems

...the series was excellent. Walked away from each session with a TO DO to self or something to follow up on.  - Lonna Brantner, Benefits Manager, Phillips-Medisize

...I am very excited about the formation of an employer coalition. This is exactly what is needed to bring the tools and ideas that were discussed to life. It is very important that employers band together in an effort to bring healthcare costs down to a manageable level. - Mary Steinke, General Manager, Huebsch Services

...This was a great series, very informative and helpful. I think it gave a number of local employers hope to think there is a way to work outside of the large health care systems in the area, and not sacrifice the kind of plan offered to the employees, nor increase costs many times over. It points out how much work it is, but as employers, we have to start somewhere.  I feel better informed and prepared discuss options and future plans. - Kim Plautz, Human Resources Manager, W.S. Darley &Company

...The series was very informative. - Dawn Wodalski, HR Manager, Mitchell Metal Products of Merrill Inc.

Presented by:

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In partnership with:

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