Sun Life 4th annual Summit will provide expert insight on health care and employee benefits

Thursday, September 22, 2016 Corporate News J E 4
Industry leaders will discuss election impacts on health care policy, holistic approaches to disability, and absence management solutions


Katy Spangler, Senior Vice President, Health Policy, The American Benefits Council

Dr. Chris Brigham, Brigham & Associates; author of Living Abled & Healthy: A Guide to Injury & Illness Recovery

Dr. Jennifer Christian, President and Chief Medical Officer, Webility Corporation

Stacy Barrow, Partner, Marathas Barrow Weatherhead Lent LLP

Marjory Roberton, AVP and Senior Counsel, Sun Life

Alexandra Dumont, AVP, Product & Strategy, Sun Life

James Slotnick (moderator), AVP Broker Education, Sun Life


Keynote: "The Politics of Employee Benefits"

Katy Spangler, keynote speaker, will discuss potential impacts to health care policy following the upcoming election as well as predictions for the future of health care and implications for employers.

Roundtable: "Why Work is Healthy"

Dr. Chris Brigham, Dr. Jennifer Christian, and Stacy Barrow will discuss why it is healthier for not just the employee but the employer and even society as a whole, for people to stay at work. They will talk about the challenges employers face with regard to the health of American workers and how an unhealthy workforce can impact a company's bottom line.

Educational session: "Best Practices for a Healthy Absence Management Program"

Marjory Robertson and Alexandra Dumont from Sun Life, experts in compliance, disability, and absence management solutions, will provide insight on managing a robust absence management program and maintaining legal compliance in accordance with FMLA and ADA regulations.


Thursday, September 29, 1:00–3:30 p.m. ET



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