Health care is moving toward increased collaboration to promote value and improve the quality of care. The result? We all need to become more informed consumers.
Join other OPERS employers to learn about value-based health care from industry experts and your peers. Get concrete examples of how you can use this information to benefit your organization and employees.
At the Health Care Horizons forum, you will learn:
Value-based health care stretches an employee’s health care dollar while improving quality of care. It encourages consumers to use high-value services that have the most impact.
Regardless of your organization size or location, you can help employees take an active role in their health care. Value-based health care may include:
Dr. Fendrick coined the term Value-Based Insurance Design and currently directs the V-BID Center at the University of Michigan, the leading advocate for innovative health benefit plans.
Dr. Wulf is the first physician Chief Executive Officer of COPC. Prior to this role, he served as the Corporate Medical Director of COPC for seven years. Bringing over 25 years of medical practice and leadership experience, he was a leader among the founding physicians that helped establish COPCP, Inc. in 1996.
Governor John R. Kasich appointed Greg Moody in January 2011 to lead the Office of Health Transformation. OHT is responsible for advancing Governor Kasich’s Medicaid modernization and cost-containment priorities, engaging private sector partners to improve overall health system performance, and recommending a permanent health and human services structure for Ohio.
Marianne Steger has more than 30 years of experience in health plan strategy and design, employee benefits, labor relations and public policy. She is currently the Director of Health Care for the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System. Prior to commencing her career at OPERS in 2011, she spent decades partnering with public employers on health care issues in her career with the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees.
Steve Kilo began his career with the City of Strongsville in 1997 as Recreation Supervisor. He currently serves as Director of Human Resources for the City of Strongsville and has been in that capacity since 2011. Steve obtained a bachelor's degree in Education from Bowling Green State University and a Juris Doctorate from Cleveland Marshall College of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Ohio. Additional designations and affiliations include IPMA-HR Certified Professional and membership in the Society for Human Resource Management. Steve has also served on the Medical Mutual Consumer Advisory Council since 2012.
Krista Stock is a Healthcare Improvement Consultant for Healthcare Collaborative of Greater Columbus, a non-profit, public-private partnership serving as a catalyst, convener and coordinator of health care transformation and learning in Greater Columbus. In her role, she has coordinated collaborative work with providers and purchasers in areas of patient-centered medical care, quality improvement and transparency, patient engagement, and shared learning.
Sarah Durfee is a registered nurse with more than 30 years’ experience in the health care industry working on behalf of health care purchasers, providers, and patients. As Clinical Programs Officer for OPERS, Sarah oversees all clinical programs designed to optimize the health of OPER retirees and their dependents, ensure appropriate use of available resources by participants, and maximize OPERS’ value for its investment in retiree health care. Prior to joining OPERS in 2009, Sarah provided independent consulting services to public and private sector groups, assisting in the design and implementation of health management programs from wellness to end-of-life care.
Sandra Boller is the Human Resources Director for the City of Reynoldsburg. Prior to coming to Reynoldsburg, she worked at State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio in Staff Development for 10 years. Prior to working at STRS, Sandra was employed at the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System in various areas. Sandra received her bachelor’s degree from Franklin University in Business Administration, with minors in Leadership and Human Resources. Sandra resides in Reynoldsburg with her husband.
Pam Doseck brings over 24 years of benefits experience to The Ohio State University where she works with a benefits budget of over $700 million and oversees all the university’s health and welfare benefit programs for over 30,000 benefit-eligible faculty and staff. During her tenure she has worked in collaboration with OSU Health Plan, Inc., the university’s in-sourced health plan, and The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center to conceptualize and implement Your Plan for Health, the university’s approach to personalized care and population health management.