Presented by Health Action Council, the 2021 IN-VALUE-ABLE Conference & Expo is a five-part virtual adventure designed to help attendees explore unbiased, forward-thinking, open-sourced information from nationally recognized experts across industries. Held every Thursday from January 21-February 19, 2021, attendees will get the insights and tools they need to transform their benefits program now and in the future.
Although the Conference & Expo will look a bit different this year, this premier national education and networking event will deliver in a format that will promote the safety of everyone participating. In addition to nationally-known speakers, the Conference & Expo will provide multiple networking opportunities with peers, vendors and healthcare and benefits thought leaders.
“Health Action Council is proud to provide timely, leading-edge strategic benefits thinking,” said Patty Starr, president and CEO. “We are so excited about our nationally-acclaimed speakers, promising inspiring, thought-provoking and impactful conversations.”
Keynote speaker is Dan Thurmon, President, Motivation Works, Leading Through Change to Drive Results. Dan excites his audience in his powerful keynote and helps them shift their mindset from fear of change to embracing it and seeing it as an opportunity to lead, grow and transform.
We have all suffered setbacks. Allison Massari, Executive Coach, Entrepreneur, Artist, The Mindset for Success Activating True Resilience and Inspiration, will share her inspirational story, having triumphed over two traumatic accidents.
Dr. Partha Nandi, Physician, TV Personality, & Author, 5 Steps to Becoming Your Own #HealthHero. A gifted speaker and global healer, he elevates audiences and their optimal health level by delivering practical take-aways and powerful insights.
Heather Meade, Principal, Ernst & Young, Healthcare Policy Update, will examine the health policy objectives as we enter 2021 with newly elected leadership.
For employers to stay ahead of the curve, they must understand what does the future holds. Nick Webb, Healthcare Futurist, Entrepreneur, Professor, Fixing Healthcare for the Future, provides insight into the future of healthcare.
The Conference & Expo provides multiple networking opportunities with peers, vendors and healthcare and benefits thought leaders, including a networking cocktail hour. A Swag Box will be delivered to participants in advance with snacks to maintain a connection through the virtual events.
“Our format will allow people to feel connected, even in a virtual format,” said Starr. “It is important to allow for peer to peer sharing and practical educational sessions with actionable takeaways. Our virtual cocktail hour is formatted to be fun, conversational and to keep people connected.”
The Conference & Expo is free for members. The cost for general attendees is $249, sponsors/supporters, $199 and HBCO is $99.
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Platinum sponsors: CVS Health, OptumRx and UnitedHealthcare. Gold sponsors: Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Quantum Health. Silver sponsors: Accolade, Buoy Health, EyeMed Vision Care, Fitbit, Headspace, Health Data & Management Solutions, Inc. (HDMS) and VSP. Bronze sponsors: Big Health, Businessolver, Eargo, Inc., Gallagher, Hello Heart, Livongo Health, Modern Health and OhioHealth Employer Services. Medallion sponsors: Alyfe Wellbeing Strategies, American Hearing Benefits, Aon, Castlight Health, ConsumerMedical, LabCorp Employer Services, Progyny, RetireMEDiQ, SleepCharge by Nox Health, Thompson Hine LLP and Unum.
About Health Action Council
Health Action Council is a not-for-profit 501(c)(6) organization representing mid and large-size employers that enhance human and economic health through thought leadership, innovative services and collaboration. It provides value to its members by facilitating projects that improve the quality and moderate the cost of healthcare purchased by its members for their employees, dependents, and retirees.
Health Action Council also collaborates with key stakeholders - health plans, physicians, hospitals and the pharmaceutical industry - to improve healthcare quality and efficiency in the community.