1/27/2021 - 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM CT
Credits: CPD 1.50
Telemedicine, and telehealth in general, have been actively used in the delivery of healthcare services for decades. However, with more prevalent use of technologies, increased provider initiatives and the sudden, increased demand and utilization in 2020 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the use, acceptance and associated costs related to telemedicine are now rapidly changing. Speakers discuss the current use of telemedicine and the outlook going forward, from the perspectives of payors, providers and patients, as well as facts and perspectives related to cost/savings, privacy/compliance, quality, and more.
1. Debra S. Medlin - Actuarial & Benefits Consulting Group
2. Susan Philip - Milliman Inc.
3. David Zychinski - MDLive
2/10/2021 - 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM CT
Credits: EA Non-Core 1.50, CPD 1.50
What challenges are facing public sector plans and plan funding as a result of the “New Normal” during the Pandemic? What are the expectations for and the impact of reductions in government revenues? How will changing demographics including shrinking work forces due to layoffs and furloughs impact contribution amounts and, in turn, plan funding?
1. Judith A. Kermans - Gabriel Roeder Smith & Company
2. Keith Brainard - NASRA
3. Brian B. Murphy - Gabriel, Roeder, Smith & Company
4. Erica MacKellar - National Conference of State Legislatures