Employee health insurance is a vital piece of an organization’s benefit structure, demonstrating a commitment to the company’s values, mission, and the wellbeing of its people. A solid benefits package that includes employer-subsidized insurance is critical to attracting and maintaining top talent in an increasingly employee-friendly job market. Yet, the rising cost of healthcare is eroding margins and forcing many organizations to make trade-offs between their people and their future growth potential.
Pharmacy benefits – the other half of a holistic health plan approach – has consistently outpaced medical trends in the 2000s, making it a top priority for Chief Financial Officers. Lead-edge pharmacy strategies are changing the benefits landscape and putting cost control back into the hands of the CFO. Join us to learn about some of the most innovative cost management strategies in healthcare that are being pioneered by pharmacy benefit organizations and employers.
- Dynamic Market Trends Impacting Pharmacy
- Future Headwinds On The Horizon
- Leading-Edge Strategies To Manage The New Frontier
- Chris Glazer, Senior Consultant
Benefits and Brokerage Series
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