Date & Time:

3:30 pm – 5:30 pm


Today’s employers are tasked with much more than maintaining a benefits program – you need to create plan sustainability, while providing employees with access to the highest quality care in order to improve their experience and increase workers productivity and employer profitability.

It’s a challenge that stops many would-be innovators in their tracks. The answer to this challenge exists, and it lies in the data and the collaboration.

Join M3’s curated group of thought leaders to discuss how data can be used to identify the gaps in care that are prevalent in your employee population and then drive a strategy and clinical pathways to reduce those risks, which in turn improves premiums, encourages higher quality care, and provides a better experience for your employees – the “triple aim”.

In addition, our session will explore how an increase in comorbidities among an employer population increases risk for both your health and workers’ compensation plans, and how these two costs are interrelated even though many organizations treat them separately.

Key Takeaways

  • A consultative data analytics approach can be used to identify risks and drive a strategy to reduce these risks for both your health and workers’ compensation plans while driving your well-being engagement strategies
  • Understanding the data behind your decision-making can help you achieve the “triple aim” – cost, quality, and experience


Wednesday, June 29, 2022


Check-In: 3:30-3:45p.m.
Session: 3:45-4:30p.m.
Networking: 4:30-5:30p.m.


Ariens Hill
Rockford Terrace Room
1065 Lombardi Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54304

Featured Speakers

Mike Pattengale, Senior Account Executive, Springbuk
Randy Van Straten, Vice President, Business & Community Health, Bellin Health
Amy Ulrich, Benefits Manager, LaForce


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