Solving the Benefits Navigation Puzzle

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Date & Time: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 1:00 pm ET


Jeremy Bono, VP Employer Sales, League

Misty Paxton, Director, People Experience, 1-800 Contacts

Regina Ihrke, North America Wellbeing Leader, Willis Towers Watson

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Benefits navigation is one of the hottest topics in HR, and health operating systems (health OS) are quickly gaining popularity as the technology solution of choice. A health OS uses data to create a deeply personalized employee experience that drives engagement and makes it easier for people to access, navigate and pay for healthcare. Adopting a health OS removes the hurdles that stand between an organization’s HR programs and its employees.

New research from Harvard Business Review recently evaluated this important trend and identified:

  • How this technology can increase employee engagement while alleviating the administrative burden of the HR team
  • How leading organizations are leveraging a health OS to solve issues related to employee benefits navigation
  • How implementing a health OS can lead to higher ROI

Join us for an insightful discussion that highlights the key findings from this research, and hear directly from the thought leaders who helped facilitate it. We’ll dive deeper and discuss how employers and consultants can implement these strategies. You’ll also hear directly from 1-800 Contacts, one of the country’s leading employers, on their experience with and successes from utilizing a health operating system.

Key learnings:

  • Learn how a health OS can solve specific problems related to benefits navigation
  • Understand how health OS decreases administrative burden for HR teams while amplifying employee engagement
  • Hear from industry leaders who have firsthand experience implementing and working with a health OS
  • Learn how organizations can utilize digital platforms to support increased engagement in health, benefits, and wellbeing programs while improving their ROI

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