Calendar of Events

How are Accountable Care Organizations and Bundled Payment Programs Changing Healthcare in Central Pennsylvania?

Dates: January 25, 2018
Location: Lancaster Chamber
115 East King Street
Lancaster, PA
Time: Registration and Breakfast at 8:00 am
Presentation 8:30 am - 10:30 am
Cost: FREE for CPBGH Members
$15 Non-members
Registration: Click Here to Register
 

Accountable Care Organizations (ACO’s) have the potential to transform healthcare delivery, improve quality of care, and lower costs, by improving the provider community’s focus on service coordination, patient engagement and improvement of population health. At this session we’ll learn more about the ACO model and how it is being implemented by several of the region’s leading healthcare provider organizations and health insurers. We’ll also discuss implications for employers, including new health plan models, payment models, and potential for direct contracting.

 

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2018 Healthcare Legislative/Legal Update

Dates: February 22, 2018
Location: Lancaster Country Club
1466 New Holland Pike
Lancaster, PA
Time: Registration and Breakfast at 7:30 am
Presentation 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Cost: $45 for CPBGH Members
$75 Non-members
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Developing an effective employee benefit plan and managing it prudently requires constant vigilance. Changes in employee demographics can impact costs, while shifts in regulatory requirements can increase complexity.

As an employee benefit plan sponsor or other plan fiduciary, you have a primary responsibility to ensure that the plan that is in place fully complies with all applicable rules and regulations, from federal and state labor departments as well as from the IRS.

Join us on Thursday, February 22, 2018 as the experts from McNees, Wallace and Nurick, LLC discuss the issues and priorities related to healthcare legislation and current regulations. Stephen Kern and Eric Athey will be on hand to address all of our benefit questions and concerns. As always, their emphasis will be on understanding the practical implications of the laws of the land and the key strategies that immediately can be implemented to deal with them efficiently and effectively. This event is well attended and draws an excellent mix of business leaders, executive level business professionals, local government officials, benefit managers and human resources professionals.