Hosted by
Epstein Becker Green, EBG Advisors, Polakoff Boland

7:30 am — Registration, Breakfast, and Networking
8:30 am — Executive Roundtable
12:00 pm — Lunch

Fortune 100 employers are seeking new solutions to ERISA welfare benefit plan cost trends to supplement their efforts in wellness, disease, and care management. Representatives of these self-funded plans and innovative provider systems will discuss value-based purchasing arrangements that can be put into place to "bend the cost curve" and improve quality.

Facilitated by:

  • ERISA Industry Committee
  • Leslie Norwalk, EBGA (former CMS Acting Administrator)
  • Joel V. Brill, MD, Predictive Health/EBGA
  • J. Leonard Lichtenfeld, MD, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, American Cancer Society
  • Chuck Alston, Manning Selvage & Lee
  • Phil Polakoff, MD MPH, Polakoff Boland
  • Peter Boland, PhD, Polakoff Boland
  • Michael Cryer, MD, Senior Vice President Medical Director, Aon Hewitt

Closed-Door and Structured Roundtable Meeting

To view agenda, click here.

To register, click here.

For more information, contact Elizabeth Gannon at 202/861-1850 or

To reserve a room at the JW Marriott, Washington DC,
call 202/393-2000 or 800/393-2503

Event Detail

By Invitation Only JW Marriott, Washington, DC
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