Rosemarie Day and Sarah Matousek are highly engaging and experienced public speakers who get top ratings from a wide variety of audiences.
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Monday, 25 January 2016Wednesday, 27 January 2016Health Benefits Conference & Expo Clearwater Beach, Florida
Is a Private Exchange Right for Your Organization?
Join this session for a discussion of the current state and a future outlook of the public exchange market. Review what your organization should consider when assessing if an exchange is right for you and practical steps you can use to compare exchanges. Learn the questions you should be asking your organization’s leadership before you decide to approach the market, as well as what you can expect from the market if your organization decides to request proposals. Click here to learn more.
Thursday, 4 February 2016Webinar
Private Exchanges: What You Need to Know (International Foundation for Employee Benefit Plans)
Webinar series with International Foundation for Employee Benefit Plans.
Thursday, 11 February 2016Webinar
Private Exchanges: Making the Right Choices in an Increasingly Complex Market (International Foundation for Employee Benefit Plans)
Webinar series with International Foundation for Employee Benefit Plans.
Tuesday, 8 March 2016Webinar
Just-in-Time HR Webinar: Private Exchanges (Associated Industries of Massachusetts)
Associated Industries of Massachusetts (AIM) will provide an overview of private health exchanges and the factors that employers should weigh in selecting one during their Just-in-Time webinar on March 8th.
Monday, 21 March 2016Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA) Webinar
Private Exchanges: Making the Right Choice for You and Your Employees (Northeast Human Resources Association)
Employers interested in exploring a private exchange strategy need to understand the various private exchange options available and the benefits they may offer, how to determine if a private exchange strategy is right for your organization and, if appropriate, how to select the right private exchange partner. Ultimately, each employer needs to determine whether or not a private exchange strategy is the best pathway for them and their employees. Register here for the Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA) webinar.
Wednesday, 30 March 2016Aria Resort and Casino, Las Vegas
Determining if a Health Insurance Exchange Is Right for You (Human Resource Executive Health & Benefits Leadership Conference)
The employer-sponsored health-insurance landscape is changing. Organizational leaders now have the opportunity to select options that allow employees more choice, greater flexibility and a better understanding of how their employer contributes. But how do you leverage your ACA-related health-benefits choices? What is the best way to go about evaluating the various private-exchange options out there today? Look no further than this session for unbiased answers. Click here to learn more.
Tuesday, 17 May 2016
Marrying Strategic, Operational and Information Technology Planning: Two Separate Frameworks in Support of Common Goals for Healthcare Organizational Efficiency and Effectiveness
Strategic planning and operations needs assessment go hand-in-hand. That’s especially true for healthcare organizations in an emerging world of risk-sharing, population health management, and integrated care. During this webinar, Health Management Associates (HMA) and Day Health Strategies will outline two complementary frameworks designed to help healthcare organizations achieve higher levels of performance by marrying strategic planning with a clear assessment of the operational and information technology (IT) investments needed to achieve long-term goals. The frameworks include tools that help diagnose critical areas of organizational performance which, if improved, can drive significant efficiency gains across your organization.
Friday, 24 June 2016Las Vegas, NV
2016 Health Insurance Exchange Congress for Private and Public Exchanges
Public vs. Private Exchanges: Which Model will Prevail?
The health insurance exchange model has gained widespread attention since the Affordable Care Act (ACA) took effect. Global Media Dynamics’ 2016 Health Insurance Exchange Congress for Private and Public Exchanges brings together leaders from both the private and public marketplaces, to examine the successes and failures within both sides of health care reform. The 2016 Health Insurance Exchange Congress for Private and Public Exchanges will highlight the key issues and trends for successful health insurance exchange implementation, public and private.
This session will focus on the key drivers of public vs. private exchange enrollments to date, how they differ, how enrollments have measured up to early predictions, what the key exchange enrollment drivers will be in the in the next 3 – 5 years, and what this tells us about the future of public and private exchanges.
Thursday, 18 August 2016Webinar
Public vs. Private Health Insurance Exchanges: Which Model Will Prevail?
This featured webinar session will provide attendees with an understanding of the key drivers of public vs. private exchange enrollments to date and how they differ, how public and private exchange enrollments measure up to early predictions, what the key exchange enrollment drivers will be in the next 3–5 years, and what all of this tells us about the future of public and private exchanges, as well as which ones will prevail.
Thursday, 8 September 2016Baltimore, MD
Institute for HealthCare Consumerism 2016 Private Exchange Forum - Health Management: Crucial to Private Exchange Success?
As the number of organizations to offer private exchanges has increased, so have the questions around cost savings and ROI. Can employers really save money with private exchanges without integrating or keeping employee wellness services? This session will explore this question, looking into improved outcomes and the trials/tribulations that companies have undergone to find answers. Panelists will go beyond plan designs and enrollment and see how health management strategies and services are essential to a successful and thriving private exchange.
Moderator: Rosemarie Day, President, Day Health Strategies
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Monday, 12 September 2016New York, NY
Health Care Executive Group
Implementing Innovation in Health Care: Lessons from Exchanges
Tuesday, 20 September 2016Kiawah Island, South Carolina
BenefitFocus Carrier Executive Forum
Carrier Strategic Positioning in the Era of Health Care Consumerism.
Thursday, 10 November 20161:00 pm Webinar
Election Results and Health Reform – What’s Next?
What will the election results mean for health care reform? Will there be major shifts or minor changes? Whether you work for a health care provider, insurer, consumer organization, or are an employer, this webinar will help you to “cut through the noise” and see what the future holds. You will hear from health reform experts Rosemarie Day and Sarah Matousek about the following topics:
- The future of the Affordable Care Act – Will there be changes to the law? What are they likely to be?
- Payment Reform – Will we keep moving away from “fee for service?” What will happen to MACRA?
- Public and private exchanges – Will they grow or shrink?
- Medicaid – Will it expand or contract?
If you're interested in attending this webinar, register here.
Thursday, 1 December 2016Webinar
How to Impact Employee Health
New England Employee Benefits Council (NEEBC) and International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Webinar
"Rosemarie Day spoke to our cross sector summit of healthcare CEOs running insurance companies, provider organizations, pharmaceutical, device and other service companies about the implications of national healthcare reform, with a particular focus on how her own lessons learned from running the MA Health Connector would provide insight for those contemplating their role in the health care exchanges. Her session was highly rated, with one CEO saying she was 'the best speaker yet', partially because of her deep experience, strategic insight, understanding of a political operating environment, and her lack of defensiveness when pressed about issues such as general healthcare expenditure cost control."