Join us in Toronto in 1st June for a one-day conference covering best practices in group disability management. Industry experts from a variety of companies will discuss hot topics in disability management. This is not just about claim scoring, you will take away cutting edge thinking and ideas to improve your business.
St. Andrews Club, Toronto – 1st June. Open to Claim Analytics’ clients and selected invitees.
Claim Analytics 2017 User Group Meeting is open to our clients and selected invitees.
If you are not sure if you are eligible please complete the form on the right or contact us via email and we will be happy to assist.
Date: 1 June 2017 8:00am to 3:15pm
Location: St Andrews Club, Toronto
Raymond Rupert MD, MBA
It is important to understand what complexity is because the type of problem will define how it should be managed. Next, there must be a system in place to identify complex claims. And then a unique management methodology should be employed. The "best practices" management of complex problems requires a fully integrated ecosystem. This will be illustrated with case studies.
Marie-Julie Allaire M Sc. Psy
In a constantly evolving environment, where technology solutions are rapidly emerging and consumer expectations are shifting, we need to rethink and redesign our approaches to best serve the customer of the future.
David Doeren MBA
The current Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) environment features all-time high waiting times and backlogs. How bad is it? What can you do about it? Our presentation will provide facts and figures outlining the SSDI reality of today and some insight as to we are seeing on the front lines, and what could be on the horizon.
Barry Senensky FSA, FCIA
What scores are available? How are companies using claim scores? We will cover best practices, recommendations and share where we see claim scoring going in the future.
St Andrews Club & Conference Centre
Address: Sun Life Financial Tower, 150 King St W, Toronto, ON M5H 1J9
St. Andrew’s conference center is a leading venue for conferences in Toronto; purpose-built for presentations with large screens and integral sound systems. St. Andrew’s Clubs meeting rooms offer city views from the 16th floor or higher with plenty of natural light.
We do not have a preferred hotel as Toronto offers several excellent hotels including the following, which are conveniently located for the conference:
4-star hotel, great value and wide range of amenities
370 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1J9.
Phone 416 343 1234
This 5-star hotel is one of the best hotel in Toronto
188 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5H 0A3.
Phone 647 788 888
The Strathcona Hotel
Modern 3-star hotel, centrally located
60 York St, Toronto, ON M5J 1S8.
Phone 416363 3321
Porter Airlines (www.flyporter.com), Porter offers the convenience of flying into the downtown island airport, with a free shuttle from the airport to downtown Toronto.
If you fly to Pearson, we also recommend the Up Express. This train service runs every 15 minutes from Pearson to downtown Toronto. Journey time is 25 minutes and cost only $12 each way.