Regina Luncheon: Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey

October 18, 2018 11:30 AM to 1:15 PMDoubleTree by Hilton, Regina, Saskatchewan
Area of Interest: Benefits, Networking Format: In Person

The Sanofi Canada Healthcare Survey has proven to be a valuable tool for health benefit administrators making decisions about the kind of health coverage their plans will provide.

Since 1998, this healthcare survey has monitored the pulse of Canadians with employer-sponsored health benefit plans. It continues to track respondents’ overall satisfaction with the healthcare system as a whole and their own benefit plan, their concerns about their health and the health of their families, and their understanding of certain chronic illnesses.

Over the years, the survey has looked at the issues of workplace stress, the growing need for homecare services and disease prevention. It offers the benefits industry an important benchmark to evaluate emerging healthcare issues that impact employee health and productivity.


Art Babcock    

Art W Babcock, MBA, CEBS is a member of the Health & Benefits practice at Aon. He is responsible for the effective manintenance of current client programs and the development of new business within his area of expertise. Art's primary area of focus include the design, marketing, implementation and administration of group employee benefit programs. His experience also extends to cost containment strategies, income replacement plan audits, employee assistance plan development and management, defined contribution pension plans and group RRSPs.

Art has been in the insurance industry since 1975 with 35 years specializing in the group benefits area. A graduate of the University of Western Ontario and the University of Windsor, he holds degrees in Psychology, Commerce and Business Administration (MBA). Industry education includes the Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS) designation, the Chartered Life Underwriters (CLU) designation and the HIAA Certificate in Group Life and Health Insurance. Prior to joining AON, Art was the Manager of Group Insurance and Pensions for a major life insurance company.

  Registration: 11:30 am, Lunch: 11:45 am, Presentation:  12:15 pm – 1:15 pm  

CE Credit:  This session qualifies for 1 Continuing Education credit for the Insurance Council of Saskatchewan (one credit per hour). 

Luncheon Fees:    

     CPBI Member: $40.00 including GST

     Student Member: $25.00 including GST

     Non-Member: $86.25 including GST 

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