Join Charleston-based Benefitfocus for their three-day thought conference—One Place— this week, May 6-9, in historic Charleston to discover the latest benefits technology strategies and software solutions in today’s healthcare industry. Not only does this conference have everything needed to streamline and improve how companies handle benefits, it incorporates some of the best culture and history Charleston has to offer—from receptions in Gibbes Museum of Art and South Carolina Aquarium to sessions in Charleston Music Hall.
This year’s energy-packed event examines new technology to help companies manage each stage of the benefits lifecycle. Attendees will learn how to create a consumer-centric benefits shopping experience from plan design and enrollment to communication and health-related data analysis that can transform their business. Each day of the conference is punctuated with general and breakout sessions, along with a tour of the Benefitfocus Campus on Thursday afternoon.
One Place, held annually by Benefitfocus is designed to offer attendees actionable insights into managing a consumer-driven healthcare and benefits model. It is designed for professionals in the fields of technology, healthcare, benefits and human resources. It aims to “Simplify the Complex” in the healthcare environment by allowing participants to take part in exclusive sessions and interactive workshops that review the latest technology trends.
Attendees can also exchange ideas with industry experts and learn best practices for streamlining administration and improving consumer engagement. Conference goers will experience innovation that will help them modernize their benefits administration as they explore the driving forces and potential cost savings behind the adoption of cloud-based benefits management solutions.
The conference begins Tuesday evening with a networking event as its welcome reception and registration at Charleston’s signature art museum—Gibbes Museum of Art. Here colleagues can hear how others are managing the changing benefits landscape.
On Wednesday morning listeners will hear the One Place Keynote Address at Charleston Music Hall, given this year by President, CEO and Director, Shawn Jenkins, who co-founded Benefitfocus in June 2000. Jenkins’s initial vision of simplifying the benefits process—”Focus on the Benefits, Not on the Paperwork”— still drives the company today.