Health Care: Can I really manage the cost?
As an employer, if you want to pay less for health care, then you should be able to pay less for health care. However, most employers feel they have no control over the cost of health care, premiums paid to insurance carriers, or choices in plan designs. What are the four competing interests that keeps companies from managing their health care costs? How does an employer navigate all the moving parts that go into managing health care cost? How do companies demand more cost transparency?Julien Emery, CEO of Allay, will discuss the following topics:
- Cumulative increases in health insurance premiums compared to increase in workers earnings
- Top benefit priorities that employers face
- The four competing interests keeping companies from effective cost management
- How employers can take back control on health care cost management
Co-Found & CEO
Julien is the Co-Founder and CEO of Allay.io. Allay’s platform makes it 10x easier for benefits advisors to build and implement self-funded health plans that reduce the unit cost of healthcare. Prior to Allay, Julien helped launch another healthcare technology company (now called HumanAPI) and was instrumental in taking a social media technology platform (HootSuite) from $0-$40M in revenue in less than 3 yrs. When he’s not working, Julien loves to spend his time reading, listening to podcasts, and exploring his adopted home of San Francisco, neighborhood by neighborhood.
SPECIAL WINE TASTING HOSTED BY:
5:30 Hosted cocktail hour
6:30 Dinner and Speaker
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One and a half (1.5) CPE credits available. Field of Study: TBD
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