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Milwaukee Chapter Program - July 26, 2017


Opioid Epidemic and Implications for the Workplace

Wednesday, July 26

 

 

The Milwaukee chapter invites you to our next program, Opioid Epidemic and Implications for the Workplace, on Wednesday, July 26, 2017, at Mercer, 411 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee and via webinar.
 
The session will provide an overview of the opioid epidemic, and discuss the issues surrounding it including:

 

•             Prevalence & cost
•             Cultural shift and public health messaging
•             Benefit strategies for treatment, and optimizing in-network resources
•             Policy development and training considerations
•             Q&A

 
Date:

July 26, 2017 (Wednesday)


Time: 11:30 am - 12 noon - Registration and Lunch
(Lunch will be provided for those who attend in person)
12:00 - 1:00 pm - Presentation and Q&A
 

Location:

Mercer

411 East Wisconsin Avenue

1st Floor, Conference Room

Milwaukee, WI 53202

(Parking ins in attached garage, enter on Jefferson Street)

 

Cost:

FREE - Milwaukee and Chicago Chapter Members (with advance registration)
$10 - Non-members

 

R.S.V.P.:

Please RSVP by July 20, 2017

 

Registration:

Indicate on the form if you will be attending in person or via webinar. Remote access will be provided for anyone who is unable to travel to the meeting. The webinar instructions will be sent separately to all who RSVP requesting remote access for the program. If you have not received webinar instructions by July 24th, please contact the chapter at milwiscebs@gmail.com so the instructions can be resent.

 

Cancellations:

A refund will not be given if your registration is cancelled less than 48 hours prior to the meeting.

 

Questions:

Please email milwiscebs@gmail.com.

 

Speaker Bio

Sandra Kuhn, MSW, LCSW
 
A principal in our Chicago office, Sandra serves as a senior Total Health Management (THM) consultant and the national leader for behavioral health consulting services, leveraging clinical and theoretical expertise as a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW).
                       
With a long history of both generalist and specialist consulting roles, Sandra has implemented large-scale employer and public sector projects working with network and medical claims payors, pharmacy benefit managers and other specialty carve-outs.   Sandra has provided clients with expertise on behavioral health programs, pharmacy benefit management and plan audit and clinical assessments. The collection of experiences allows her to assess the program as a whole, integrating and making connections between programs for cost-effective, cohesive delivery of care and favorable consumer experience.
 
Sandra has nearly 19 years with Mercer; the last four, part of her second endeavor. She graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in math and economics, and later, her Master of Social Work degree from Grand Valley State University.  In an effort to optimize project management skills, Sandra has also earned a certificate of Applied Project Management from Villanova University.
 

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