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Mercer’s 2nd Annual Health Innovation Symposium

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Mercer’s 2nd Annual Health Innovation Symposium
Mercer’s 2nd Annual Health Innovation Symposium
Calendar26 July 2017

Event Details:

Date:  Thursday, October 19, 2017
Time:  8:30 AM – 5:00 PM (ET)
Cocktail reception to follow.

 
Contact:     Fay Edwards
Location:    MERCER INNOVATION HUB
120 Bremner Boulevard – 14th Floor
Toronto, ON
Directions
This is an exclusive invitation for HR leaders.
If you did not receive an invitation to this event and would like to attend, please contact Fay Edwards

 

Mercer’s 2nd Annual Health Innovation Symposium will focus on how technology is increasingly being used to disrupt healthcare and fill in the gaps of a fragmented system to improve quality of care, create a better patient experience and reduce costs through creating efficiencies.

The implications of such changes will be profound. For employers, it is critical to know what health problems their employee population is experiencing or at risk of developing before jumping on solutions. A strategic health management process starts with data collection, analysis and the right insight to develop and implement the right services and solutions, with the right partners.

Join The Discussion:

  1. Our clients and their employees are seeking control of their future health. Understanding the issues, seeking insights and building a health management strategy is a start. Thereafter, they need to determine the vendor solutions available to help employees be more productive, healthier, wealthier…happier.
  2. Clients can advance their knowledge on the many new services and solutions in the market and benefit from Mercer’s understanding and evaluation of the market options.
  3. Health strategies for the future should be built on a foundation of employee and group plan data, including employees’ interests, needs and behaviours. Analytics solutions that identify employees’ health problems, make market comparisons, and interpret and predict health outcomes can empower plan sponsors to anticipate and better manage health risks.
  4. Improving the return on investment and providing a better employment value proposition are the outcomes demanded by clients and their employees. A future focused health benefits strategy must address the specific healthcare needs/risks of their employees. It is becoming one of the top priorities of CHROs.

Why Attend?

This symposium will introduce you to emerging and innovative companies that will present their game-changing solutions to high priority health care issues.

Who Should Attend?

This interactive full-day session is intended on for Senior HR professionals (Director and above) that will see value in discussing future trends in healthcare and networking with their peers.

Speakers:

 

 

FATIMA DI BIASE, PRINCIPAL
Mercer Canada
Fatima Di Biase will share Mercer’s view on health analytics, how data will be used in the future to drive business decisions, and insights on navigating the vendor landscape.
Connect with Fatima: @Fdibiase0608



 
 

ANDREW GRUBB, HEAD OF INNOVATION
Mercer Canada
Andrew Grubb will help your organization understand Mercer’s perspective on innovation and accurate solutions. Learn how creating an innovative culture in your organization can inspire employees across your business.
Connect with Andrew: @00grubb



 
 

MATTHEW NORTON, PRACTICE LEADER
Government & Healthcare Providers, QuintilesIMS Canada
Matthew is a Canadian healthcare executive with more than 15 years of experience. He has worked in independent consulting, founded and led a boutique healthcare analytics consultancy and held a variety of roles at the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Over the past three years Matthew has led the QuintilesIMS government and providers practice in Canada.

Matthew is a graduate of McMaster University and the University of Toronto.