Value is a hot topic that has real world implications for how people access health care. It’s also a topic that one stakeholder group can view dramatically differently than another. When it comes to the value discussions, employers have a lot of skin in the game—providing health care coverage to more than half of all Americans. Employers are uniquely situated to not only pay the bills, but they also have an interest in offering benefits that support a healthy, productive, equitable and engaged work force. And this all has to be done in alignment with federal regulations. However, their voices can be conspicuously absent from policy discussions.  


View the recording of our webinar, “Employer Perspectives on Health Care Value,” originally presented on November 17th from 12:30-1:30pm ET.  


Key Areas of Discussion:  

  • Employer perspectives on employee-centered value and total cost of care; 
  • Employer efforts to maximize value for employees by supporting high-value medical care in plan purchasing and prescription drug value; and  
  • Downstream impact of public payer decisions on the commercial market 



  • Dan Mendelson, JP Morgan Health - Dan Mendelson is the Chief Executive Officer of Morgan Health at JPMorgan Chase & Co. Mendelson oversees a business unit at JPMorgan Chase focused on accelerating the delivery of new care models that improve the quality, equity and affordability of employer-sponsored healthcare. 
  • Rob Paczkowski, eBay, Purchaser Business Group on Health - Rob Paczkowski is the Senior Director of Global Benefits at eBay. He has 30 years of experience in employee benefits, specializing in health and welfare, wellness work/life, time off, international benefits and retirement benefits strategy, design and administration.  



  • Shawn Gremminger, Reservoir Communications Group 
  • Courtney Tyne, Reservoir Communications Group 

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