Health Care: Can I really manage the cost?
Warren Buffett famously called General Motors, “a health and benefits company with an auto company attached” and every CFO has heard how Starbucks spends more on healthcare than coffee beans. As a financial executive, if you don’t actively manage healthcare costs you are fundamentally failing to control your second largest expense after payroll.
Learn how to take control with deep understanding of:
- The competing interests that prevent companies for effectively managing health care costs
- How altering the relationship with your benefits broker can turn “the renewal messenger” into a stalwart solution partner
- Why downgrading plan designs and increasing member costs is the antithesis of a sustainable and affordable health plan
- What actually moves-the-needle in driving down costs without driving away your employees
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
- Qualified Potential Members may attend once as a guest and one additional time with guest fee.
- Scholarship Alumni winners can attend once a year for free.
- Non-members who do not qualify for membership may attend once a year, must be referred by an active member and pay the guest fee.
- Partners may invite guests in accordance with the Partner Arrangement.
One and a half (1.5) CPE credits available. Field of Study: TBD
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