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Host: Ian Morrison, Author, Consultant and Futurist

Discussion Leaders:
Barry Arbuckle, President & CEO, MemorialCare Health System
Elizabeth Mitchell, CEO, Pacific Business Group on Health

Discussion Leaders shared the perspective on:
• Value creating opportunities and collaborations between self-insured employers and health systems
• How employers are implementing innovative purchasing models with high quality providers to drive affordability and redesign care delivery
• Impact of the Presidential and Senate elections on the future of employer-sponsored coverage
• Projections on how the employer role will shift post-Covid and commentary on the RAND study on commercial pricing

Read the Insider article written by Tom Sullivan that recaps this webcast here.

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