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How to Prevent a Genomic Benefits Management Dilemma

Dates:
Nov 29, 2022
Time:
1:00 pm EST
Presented by InformedDNA - webinar
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About This Webinar

Genetic testing offers both an opportunity and a challenge for most health insurance providers. An opportunity to offer personalized care to members, but a challenge to keep up with the ever-evolving evidence in genomics.

This webinar will focus on how health insurance providers can use genomics coverage policies as the foundation of an effective utilization management program to support strong genomic benefits management programs. We'll also share the 6 signs of a potential genomic care challenge, offer solutions to help any-sized insurer avoid these challenges, and highlight the opportunities genomics can bring to their members.

Attendees Will Learn About

  • What medical directors identify as the main challenges in genomics for insurers today
  • Solutions to help insurers address these challenges to enable a shift in focus to the benefits that evidence-based genomic care can bring to members
  • Potential pitfalls in genomic testing

Presenters

Erin Engel, MS, CGC

Senior Director, Product Management

InformedDNA

Erin has been a board-certified genetic counselor for over 10 years with a career spanning direct patient care in clinical oncology, utilization management, and now leads product efforts to apply genetics expertise in ways that meet the needs of health plans, providers, and patients. She holds a M.S. in Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology & Genetics and a B.A. in Genetics, Cell…

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Kelly Athman

Senior Director, Medical Affairs

InformedDNA

As a board-certified genetic counselor for more than 10 years, Kelly Athman is passionate about addressing the benefits of including clinical genomics expertise in design, recruitment, and enrollment for genomics-based clinical trials. She holds a M.S. in Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology & Genetics and a B.A. in Psychology and Biology from the University of Minnesota.

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