DateTue, Sep 08, 2020, 01:00 PM – Tue, Sep 08, 2020, 02:00 PM
Americans pour billions into the pharmaceutical industry, with self-insured employers covering the majority of drug costs for their employees. However, with pharmacy reaching as much as 30% of benefit cost, HR professionals urgently need to know how to hack into the data they already get from their pharmacy benefit management to find as much as 46% savings for their company and their employees. This webinar will help HR professionals unlock the strategies that can finally get pharmacy benefit cost back under control.
- Understand how data driven solutions can reveal huge savings opportunities and drive breakthroughs in plan design.
- Recognize steps that can be taken to improve pharmacy spend while creating positive disruption and avoiding negative backlash.
- Gain insights to bring back to their CEO and CFO counterparts by exploring ways to use big data tools and machine learning to optimize spending on benefits.
1.5 CHHR, SHRM, HRCI
ASHHRA Members: $45.00
ASHHRA Non-Members: $85.00
CEO, Scripta Insights
Eric Levin is CEO of Scripta Insights, a health care IT solution and employee benefit company that saves self-insured employers and its employees millions of dollars on prescription drugs each year—putting money where it belongs, back in their pockets.
He is a seasoned executive and serial entrepreneur who has created or managed products that have sold well in excess of $5 billion. He has been involved in more than 32 mergers and acquisitions and helped to grow several companies from startup through large-scale global success.
Eric joined Scripta because he believes the U.S. is in a health care crisis situation where drug prices are just too high and people cannot afford the medicine they need. He has turned his energy and expertise toward solving this crisis.
After beginning his career at a market-leading consumer electronics retailer, Eric joined Kevin O’Leary (of TV’s Shark Tank fame) in the consumer technology business as part of the executive management team responsible for growing The Learning Company from $60m to over $1.2 billion in sales in just six years, ultimately selling for $3.6 billion.
He has held several high-level roles at both large and small companies in both the consumer and the B2B space, including SVP, Mattel; Chief Marketing Officer, Frictionless Commerce; CEO & Co-President, Techno Source; and Division President and Corporate SVP, Li & Fung Ltd., a $20 billion publicly traded global company, and CEO of M5 Consulting, Inc.