Presentation by Vera Whole Health
Transforming Employee Health Through On-site Clinics
Join us as we learn how the implementation of worksite health clinics can improve not only your employee’s health, but reduce your organization’s medical spend, and improve productivity in the workplace. In this session, we’ll discuss the results local employers have experienced from worksite clinics, and how it is helping to reduce absenteeism and presenteeism among employees.
During this session, you'll also:
• Understand how access to primary care can lead to lower levels of absenteeism and presenteeism on the job
• Understand how designing healthcare plans that drive employees into a medical home can improve the overall health of a companies employee population
• Discover strategies for lowering healthcare costs, while improving health and productivity among employees
• Review several case studies that have been shown to lower overall claims spend
Presentation by 98point6
The value of primary care
People are moving away from quality primary care
Why people are moving away from quality primary care
- Changing consumer expectations
Where people are getting care instead (urgent care, ER, the internet)
The impact of people not getting quality primary
The challenge: make primary care as affordable and accessible as online search
Using technology to meet the challenge: an introduction to technology-augmented primary care
- Improving physician efficiency
- Benefits: reducing burnout and lowering costs
- Benefits: increasing primary care utilization and early intervention
Kevin Wang, Chief Medical Officer, Vera Whole Health Kevin is Chief Medical Officer at Vera, leading the Quality and Provider teams. Central to Kevin’s role is enhancing the Vera Whole Health clinical roadmap and improving quality, patient outcomes, patient satisfaction, and clinician satisfaction.
He has previously worked at DaVita Medical group, Evolent Health, and Huron Consulting Group where he successfully designed and implemented population health clinical interventions across diverse healthcare landscapes including health plans, academic medical centers, employer-based clinics, integrated delivery systems, large physician groups, and independent community hospitals.
Kevin’s training was in the New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System, an affiliate of the Weill Medical College of Cornell University. Kevin holds a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Maryland Baltimore County and a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) from New York Medical College.
Kris Kelsay, VP of Commercial Marketing, 98point6
Making big, new ideas a reality has been a theme of Kris’s 25-year technology career. At 98point6, she drives commercial strategy, go-to-market and engagement efforts, bringing deep commercialization expertise across a broad set of industries including healthcare, geospatial and technology.
Prior to 98point6 Kris was VP of Solutions at Welltok where she developed solutions for the health plan, employer and provider markets. She joined Welltok through the acquisition of Mindbloom, a digital health innovator, where she drove consumer marketing efforts and secured over a million users and sponsorships with some of the nation’s top health plans.
Prior to entering the digital health industry, Kris drove commercial initiatives in technology companies that range from early stage startups to large enterprises.
Date: December 6, 2018
Location: Washington Athletic Club - 1325 Sixth Avenue, Seattle, WA
Time: 7:15-8:00 am Registration, Breakfast, WAOIC sign in
8:00-8:50 am Vera Whole Health, Jennifer Sargent
8:50-9:00 am Break
9:00-9:50 am Kris Kelsay, 98point6
9:50-10:00 am Q&A, WAOIC sign out
Fees: $65 members; $85 non-members and guests by registration deadline $80 members; $100 non-members and guests after deadline
** NOTE: For insurance credits YOU MUST be seated for the presentation within 5 minutes of the session beginning. You are allowed a break, but you must limit your time outside the presentation. The Insurance Credits are for two hours. NO PARTIAL CREDITS awarded. You cannot sign out early.
Unfortunately, the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner requires that each producer must sign the form with their licensed name and write the time of arrival. AT THE END OF THE SESSION ONLY, you must initial out and be sure you place the time.
The Employee Benefits Planning Association is not responsible if a producer forgets to complete properly OR does not follow the OIC rules.