2019 Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey

October 16, 2019 7:30 AM to 9:00 AMRoyal Mayfair Golf Club, Edmonton, Alberta
Area of Interest: Benefits Format: In Person

The Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey is Canada’s premier and longest-running survey of private employer-sponsored benefit programs. The 2019 survey – Closing Knowledge Gaps – reinforces the importance of assessing knowledge gaps between health benefit plan sponsors and members. It reinforces that understanding these gaps creates effective springboard for change. With focus on four key pillars - Health and Chronic Disease, Understanding Health Benefit Plans, Looking Ahead at Benefits, and Analysis & Decision-making - the findings provide key insights across a variety of benefit program considerations – from absenteeism to targeted employee communication to chronic disease to data analytics.

The CPBI Northern Alberta Council is pleased to welcome Andrea Frankel, Lead, Private Payer, Sanofi Canada to present the survey results.

Benefit plan sponsors, human resources and benefits professionals who are responsible for benefit plan design and policy development, strategic initiatives for competitive benefits as an attraction and retention tool and health and wellness promotion within their organization are encouraged to attend this session.

Fees and Registration
Membership TypesRegular Price
Regular membership$47.62 CDN
Plan Sponsor Individual Membership$47.62 CDN
Associate$47.62 CDN
Student$33.34 CDN
Non Member$96.43 CDN
Cancellation Policy
CE Credits will be offered in partnership with the Alberta Insurance Council.
Speaker: Andrea Frankel
Andrea Frankel, National Private Payer Lead at Sanofi Canada

Andrea Frankel works as a National Private Payer Lead at Sanofi Canada. She is responsible for field activities related to private insurance providing support for all priority brands within the Sanofi and Sanofi Genzyme portfolios. Prior to joining Sanofi, Andrea was Private Payer Field Manager for Janssen Inc. Andrea had also held numerous roles in her 9 years at McKesson, most of which focused on strategies for optimizing market access and private payer relations. Andrea holds a Bachelor of Science Honors degree from Queen’s University, a Master’s in Experimental Medicine from McGill and a Ph.D. in Clinical Biochemistry from the University of Toronto. Her doctoral thesis research was in the field of oncology where Andrea studied chemotherapeutic drug resistance in ovarian cancer. Andrea is a mother of 3 and enjoys running, traveling and spending time with her family.