The Large Employers’ Perspective on Healthcare
With so much riding on the health and well-being of their employees and so much money invested in their healthcare benefits programs, large employers have serious skin in the game. David Lansky, CEO of Pacific Business Group on Health, shares his insights on what large employers are doing to get full value from their healthcare benefit programs.
Presenter: David Lansky, PhD
Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH)
In this course, Mr. Lansky provides a fundamental understanding of what large employers think about the health care system and what they want the delivery system to provide to their employees to improve the value of their health care.
Time to view this course is 20 minutes.
Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of the course you will understand:
- The large employers’ overall perspective on the health care system
- The challenges and opportunities employers perceive in health care today
- What employers want the delivery system to offer their covered employees and dependents
- The strategies employers are currently using to help the delivery system meet their needs, opportunities for collaboration, and innovative approaches to improve overall employee health.
Time to complete the course is approximately 65 minutes.
Course Fee: $95
Presenter: David Lansky
Mr. David Lansky is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH) and directs its efforts to improve the affordability and availability of high-quality health care. Since 2008, David Lansky has led the coalition of 50 large employers and health care purchasers representing over three million Californians, including CalPERS, Wells Fargo, Intel, Safeway, Chevron, and the University of California. PBGH also collaborates with diverse stakeholders on national health care policy issues through the Consumer-Purchaser Disclosure Project.
Development Organization: Pacific Business Group on Health
Founded in 1989, Pacific Business Group on Health (PBGH) is one of the nation’s leading non-profit business coalitions focused on health care. They help leverage the power of their 50 large purchaser members who spend 12 billion dollars annually to provide health care coverage to more than 3 million employees, retirees, and dependents in California alone.
PBGH works on many fronts to improve the quality and affordability of health care, often in close partnership with health insurance plans, physician groups, consumer organizations, and others concerned about our health care system.
For more information about the Pacific Business Group on Health please visit: www.pbgh.org.