October Chapter Meeting

  • 16 Oct 2012
  • Breakfast in Bellevue, Luncheon in Seattle

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Reforming Company Health with Consumerism and Health Management

One hour of continuing education has been approved by the Washington Insurance Commissioner's office

The session will begin by exploring the current state of account-based consumer directed health plans (CDHPs) in the marketplace in terms of prevalence, enrollment and design. The next area covered will be around how health management and incentive programs are developing in terms of prevalence, design and impact. These will build to show how the combination of these and other strategies is developing into a core of interventions that is allowing plan sponsors to take their health programs to the next level. A variety of case studies and examples will be walked through outlining how these approaches were used in various circumstances, including outcomes and impact.

The Speaker

Alexander “Sander” Domaszewicz is a Principal and Senior Consultant housed in the Mercer Health & Benefits Services (Mercer) Newport Beach, California office. He is Mercer’s National Practice Leader for Consumerism and leads Engagement efforts for the Total Health Management group, specializing in emerging benefits and ways to encourage groups to become involved and informed around health care cost and quality. Areas of focus include health care strategy, consumer directed health care, health management, health and benefits decision support tools, web health resources, HR portals and online benefits.

Sander’s prior experience includes project management in the Health & Group Benefits Delivery Services group at a large multi-national consulting firm for flexible benefits administration outsourcing. In this capacity he addressed outsourcing issues, systems integration, design, and testing as well as database administration and training relating to flexible benefits. Prior to benefits outsourcing project management, Sander managed a hearing health care facility in Southern California, giving him exposure to issues from the provider perspective.

He is a frequent presenter at health care and benefits-related events and has published articles in Benefits Quarterly, Employee Benefit News, HR Magazine, Workforce and HR Executive. His consulting assignments include work with many large and small public and private organizations in both the benefits and product development areas.

Sander holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from San Diego State University, a Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and a certificate in Human Resources Management from Cornell.


Bellevue Breakfast - Daniel's Broiler

Located in the Bank of America building
10500 N.E. 8th, 21st Floor, Bellevue, WA 98004

The underground parking garage is shared with the Hyatt.
Once in the garage look for the "Bank of America" elevators.
Take garage elevator to the Bank of America lobby.
Switch to a building elevator to go to 21st floor.
Building elevators are locked until 7 AM.

7:15-7:30 AM  Sign in
7:30-7:40 AM  Breakfast is served
7:40-8:00 AM  Announcements and Current Issues
8:00-9:00 AM  Program

$30 Members online; $40 at the door
$40 Non-members online; $50 at the door
Online registration closes October 14
No refunds after October 12

Seattle Luncheon - Sheraton Seattle Hotel

1400 Sixth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101

11:15 AM-11:30 AM  Registration
11:30 AM-11:45 AM  Lunch is served
11:45 AM-12:00 PM  Announcements and Current Issues
12:00 PM-  1:00 PM  Program

$45 Members online; $60 at the door
$60 Non-members online; $75 at the door
Online registration closes October 14
No refunds after October 12

Meeting flyer

October 2012

Western Pension & Benefits Council • Seattle Chapter
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