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Mon, Mar 7, 8:30am-4:50pm
Mon, Mar 7, 8:00am-4:00pm
Health Care New York is the 7th Annual New York
conference and show for benefits and health care
2011 Conference Speakers Topics
Exhibits Open 8 am-4 pm,
Free Coffee 8-9 am
Session 1 – 8:30-10 am
Patrick Kennedy, former U.S. Congressman from Rhode Island
has been invited to speak on health care and mental health. He
will address key 112th Congress Health Care Legislation issues.
Health care legislation is changing
everything. Our Conference and Show will help explain what
employers and employees and advisors should do.
Cost containment is the big issue. Of equal
importance, changing employee health care culture will save
money for employers.
Exhibits exclusive viewing
time 10-11 am with Free Coffee Service.
Session 2 – 11-11:50 am (General Session)
How Health Care Reform Will impact on Your Corporate Wellness
Your corporate wellness program should focus on employees’
cost-saving health initiatives including obesity, smoking,
hypertension, diabetes screening, among other
David Tinkelman, M.D.,
Vice President of Health Initiatives and Medical Director
for FitLogix and QuitLine programs, National Jewish Health,
Exhibits exclusive viewing
time 12-1:30 pm with Free Coffee Service.
Session 3 – 12-1 pm
Buffet Luncheon for conference registrants.
4 – 1:30-2:15 pm (Concurrent Session, select one of two)
What About Health Reform?
The Mercer Survey of Employer Sponsored Health Plans for 2010
will be released soon. What employers are doing on both Health
Management and Health Care Reform will be discussed.
4a – 1:30-2:15 pm (Concurrent Session, select one of two)
Update on HSA Adoption Trends
- Observations on how macro trends are impacting JP Morgan's HSA
- Challenges and opportunities in the marketplace.
- Steps JPMC is taking to mitigate.
Beverage break in the exhibits 2:15-2:30 pm.
Session 5 – 2:30-3:15 pm (General Session)
Paycheck Extenders – Top Trends in Voluntary Benefits.
An update on the importance of voluntary benefits. Many
HR/benefit managers are looking to “give back” to their
employees as their healthcare costs continue to rise, and
providing a robust suite of voluntary products can help
Managing Director, Auto & Home Voluntary Benefits, Liberty
Mutual, Boston, MA
Chief Human Resource Officer,
Beverage break in the exhibits 3:15-4 pm.
6 – 4-4:50 pm (General Session)
Voluntary Health Care Programs
Joseph L. Murgo,
SVP and General Manager, SRC, an Aetna Company, Aetna
Voluntary Plans and Consumer Services, Columbia, SC
Most recently, Joe served as
Executive Director of North American Health Care for Tata
Consultancy Services, one of the world’s largest IT firms based
in Bombay, India. Other
previous leadership roles include: Executive Vice President and
Chief Financial Officer
for Hospital Partners of America; Senior Manager And Practice
Leader for Cap Gemini
Ernst & Young LLP's Southeast managed care consulting practice.
Major speakers have been invited
from the US Congress and the City of New York and those speakers
are to be confirmed shortly.
Program and Speakers subject to change
program has been approved for 5 recertification credit
hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the
Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). For more
information about certification or recertification,
please visit the HRCI homepage at: