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Webinar: Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey Update - September 29, 2020 - 10:00 am
The Alberta Chapter ISCEBS is excited to present key findings from the 2020 Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey featuring Chris Bonnett, Principal Consultant with H3 Consulting.
Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey Update
For 23 years the Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey has presented the voice of Canadian plan members on their health benefits, health culture and health status. In recent years, a comprehensive perspective from plan sponsors has been added to compare and contrast how employers look at many of these same topics. This year, the survey stresses that strategy is the engine and data provides the necessary fuel for insight on benefits performance and workplace health needs. The survey reports on how virtual technology is being used, especially to support mental health. It highlights the need for greater flexibility in plan design, including HSAs. While COVID 19 has elevated infectious disease and support for vaccinations, it is chronic disease that still drives health cost. The survey will provide you with ideas to better manage health benefits by considering the role of culture, communication, health, plan design and more actionable health information.
Our Speaker: Chris Bonnett
Chris Bonnett is Principal Consultant, H3 Consulting. He advises on strategies to improve health in the workplace and provides practical prescription drug policy research for private and public drug plan leaders. His communication credits include dozens of health-focused articles and invitations to speak at more than 125 conferences and webcasts across Canada and in the US. Chris has been a member of the Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey Advisory Board since 2003. He has also been a volunteer director on the Boards of four health service organizations including a 2019 appointment to the College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario. He teaches the business case for workplace health to third-year degree students at Humber College, Toronto. He holds a Master's degree in Health Science from the University of Toronto, and a PhD from the University of Waterloo.
September 29, 2020
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