Are you struggling with pharmacy claims in your organization?
A diagnosis of cancer or a debilitating chronic disease resulting in the need for lifesaving, high-cost medications can wreak absolute havoc on an employer’s finances.
Learn more about managing claims today – and those that are likely to occur in the future – by attending this free program featuring global experts representing pharmaceutical manufacturing, health insurance, pharmacy benefits management and employee benefits consulting.
The dependent of an insured employee has been diagnosed with a blood and bone-marrow cancer, lymphoblastic leukemia. The cost of life-saving treatment for this 10-year-old is $475,000. Could your company financially survive the claim?
“If you feel the burden of providing the best health benefits to employees at the most affordable costs, then you should attend this program.”
Attendance is Limited
A Prescription for Managing the Impact of High-Cost Medications: An Apex Benefits Employers’ Survival Guide Event
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 | 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Business owners and executives, Human Resources professionals or anyone who feels responsible for providing employee benefits
- Hear from employers like you that have experienced catastrophic claims or a costly aggregate group of claims
- Discuss practical solutions to manage costs of large Rx claims today and in the future
- Have the opportunity to ask questions of experts from Eli Lilly and Company, Cigna/Express Scripts and Apex Benefits
- Enrique Conterno – Senior Vice President of Diabetes Care at Eli Lilly and Company and President of LillyUSA
- Steve Miller, M.D. – Chief Clinical Officer of Cigna including the insurer’s Express Scripts business unit
- Jim Harenberg, CPBS – Apex Benefits Vice President of Strategic Solutions which includes the ApexRx Pharmacy Benefits Program
- Todd Rokita, J.D. – Event Host & Moderator – Apex Benefits General Counsel and VP of External Affairs
Brought to you by: Apex Benefits
Sponsored by: Hoaglin Catering
Event Partner: IndySHRM