In just a couple of years, digital health and virtual care have become mainstays of how people access healthcare in Canada. Benefit plan providers and sponsors have responded with a wide range of new services and offers to help plan members access care with greater efficiency than ever before. But this is only the beginning of a wave of change coming to how healthcare is delivered, in both Canada and around the world.
The questions that plan sponsors, advisors, insurers and others need to be asking include – What comes next? What does it mean? What is the likely impact on benefit plans? And, what do we need to be doing today to be ready for this future of health delivery?
Please join us on November 1 as Tim Clarke of tc Health Consulting explores a range of trends in health delivery that should be on the radar of Canadian health & benefits professionals today as plans evolve to take full advantage of this exciting future.
If you are located anywhere in Canada except Alberta, you will receive 1.0 CE Credit when you participate in this session.
Thank you to AMGEN Canada, GlaxoSmithKline and Janssen Inc. for their support of the BPHA program this season.
Coming Soon – register for the Benefits Basics modules or the Advanced Benefits modules, or the full program. Whatever your level of knowledge and experience the BPHA program will provide you with valuable insights into group benefits practices and trends.
With new modules and regular updates to existing presentations you will find the program high-quality, comprehensive and current. This is definitely not the same old, boring, benefits education.
Plus CE credits are available in most provinces.
And, when you register for the online BPHA program – whether for the full program, Benefits Basics or Advanced Benefits – you will receive 12 months access to our online Resource Library with hundreds of industry publications, our Ask the Expert forum and free registration to three BPHA at Lunch sessions. Download the full program overview here. Register at www.connexhc.com/bpha/.