February 1, 2018
2 CEs have been approved by the WAOIC *
Innovative Strategies for Caregivers of An Individual With Special Needs
According to the CDC, 1 in 6 children (or 17%) are diagnosed with a developmental disability such as autism or ADD/ADHD. Prevalence of autism alone has increased 20X in the past decade and adults with autism entering the workforce is now the fastest growing minority population in the United States. Behavioral therapy coverage is complex and confusing and providers are extremely scarce with increasingly slim networks creating a real gap in care. Caregivers of a loved one with special needs are one of the under served populations in benefits today. Thankfully there is hope. Learn more about how some of the most progressive Fortune 1,000 employers are leveraging innovative approaches and technology to deliver much needed support to employees who are caregivers of a loved one with a developmental disability.
Mike Civello, VP of Employee Benefits Rethink
With over a decade and a half of experience working in the Human Resources and Benefits industry, Mike has a passion for helping businesses build effective, supportive and productive corporate cultures. Mike spent nearly twelve years building and ultimately running Plum Benefits – an industry-leading employee benefit service providing companies with direct access to exclusive live entertainment events, travel, and dining. In this role, Mike developed and nurtured nearly 20,000 relationships with Human Resources departments of large and small businesses nationwide. An expert in employer to employee communications and engagement, Mike has spoken on panels and presented to thousands of senior executives, Human Resources professionals and associations across the country including but not limited to the Society for Human Resources Management (HR/NY Chapter), Association of Legal Administrators, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, Financial Planners Association, Women in Financial, Insurance and Legal Services (WIFS), Marsh & McLennan Companies and many more. Mike was an advisor to the New York City Department of Health and helped them create an employer wellness, communications and resources package that was made available to all NYC based businesses. Mike is also a proud member and contributor to the TED community and attends the national conference each year. Currently serving as Vice President of Employee Benefits at Rethink, Mike works with companies nation- and world-wide to better serve the needs of employees’ children with Autism as well as other developmental disabilities.
The Impact of Population Health Management on Client Business Performance
- The impact of health on business performance, including medical costs, workers' comp, disability and productivity
- How to engage clients to understand their key business performance criteria and metrics
- Criteria for assessing health care organizations' capabilities to deliver business performance value
- Opportunities for brokers to bring enhanced value and differentiation to client engagements
Tom Carter, Vice President, Kaiser Permanente's Workforce Health Consulting Group and Kaiser Permanente On-the-Job
Tom's background includes career positions with several healthcare organizations. He began his healthcare career in 1982 with Blue Cross of Northern California, and after seven years, accepted a position with US Behavioral Health as Vice President of Sales and Marketing, where he focused on working with large commercial carriers and Fortune 500 companies. In 1992, Tom became the Vice President of Sales and Marketing with Lifeguard, a non-profit health plan, in San Jose. During his 10 years at Lifeguard, he increased revenue and membership by 300 percent. In 2001, Tom joined Health Net as Vice President, Sales and Account Management for Small Business. In 2004, he joined Kaiser Permanente to lead Sales and Advisor Relations statewide.
Online registration deadline is January 30.
Register by phone until noon on January 31 at 206-623-8632.
No refunds after January 30.
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Washington Athletic Club
1325 6th Ave, Seattle 98101 • map
Parking is available but not validated
7:15-8:00 am Registration, Breakfast, WAOIC sign in
8:00-8:50 am Program
8:50-9:00 am Break
9:00-9:50 am Program
9:50-10:00 am Q&A, WAOIC sign out
$65 members; $85 non-members and guests by registration deadline.
$80 members; $100 non-members and guests after deadline or at door.
To qualify for WAOIC CE credits:
You will need to show government-issued photo identification and signature.
Your WAOIC number is required on the sign in / sign out form.