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Compensation & Benefits S.I.G. Opioid Toolkit for Employers
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Compensation & Benefits S.I.G. Opioid Toolkit for Employers

When: 5/15/2019
8:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Where: ClearPath Benefit Advisors Office
300 Spruce Street
Suite 250
Columbus, Ohio  43215
United States
Presenter: Carrie Baker, Healthcare Collaborative of Greater Columbus
Contact: Stephanie Valdez

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Ohio's employers are asking what they should do about the opioid problem in their own workplaces. The Ohio Chamber of Commerce convened a task force to explore the options. One recommendation coming out of the task force was for employers to be armed with a toolkit of resources to be better prepared to prevent and respond to the problem. With the help and expertise of a member company, Working Partners®, and financial support from member company, Anthem, we have developed the Opioid Toolkit containing several resources free of charge to any company that is doing business in Ohio.

Learning Objectives:
*Describe The Healthcare Collaborative of Greater Columbus
*Understand resources of the Anthem/Ohio Chamber opiod toolkit and other research related to addressing opioids
*Describe opioid issues facing HRACO members
*Describe various resources for employers/HR managers to utilize regarding this issue

Pending approval for:
1.75 SHRM Certification Credits!
1.75 General HRCI Credits!


Carrie Baker serves as President and CEO of the Healthcare Collaborative of Greater Columbus. Under Carrie’s leadership, HCGC improves the quality, delivery, and value of healthcare and the overall patient experience is by bringing public and private providers, payers, purchasers, and consumers together to learn and share information around innovative best practices, the latest research and policies, and lessons learned for collective patient and provider impact. Carrie is the leader and spokesperson for HCGC and is responsible for leading its vision, implementing the strategies developed by HCGC among multi-stakeholder projects, funding the mission and managing HCGC day-to-day operations as she and her staff work toward the goals of better health, better care, and lower cost. 

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