Public safety enterprise health risk management case study: transferring and reducing risk

Juan Kelly, United-States

For a public safety enterprise to effectively manage the health of its members, the organization’s fiduciaries must commit to an unceasing effort to find alternative cost-effective financial strategies. Simultaneously, they have to elicit the utmost in cooperation from their members to safeguard their health through periodic prophylactic encounters which will trigger early warnings to seek appropriate and necessary medical intervention as well as stressing workplace safety.The firm’s fiduciaries need to assess whether the mixture of insurance, assets held in trust and member cost-sharing strikes the right balance to maintain and manage good health and thereby maximize productivity. At the same time, sound human resources management must ensure the communications regarding periodic changes in health care design and funding promote recruiting efforts and achieve desirable retention statistics.
Date: 1 June - Time: 14:15 to 15:45 - Room: 251
Theme: 9.A. Various topics