Scheduled to restart in 2023, iFHP offers role-based study tours for executives and senior managers who want to learn how their peers around the world tackle the challenges that impact their businesses while expanding their international professional networks. Tours also include visits to leading organisations known for their advanced intellectual property and innovative solutions.
CX Innovation Week | 20 – 24 March 2023 (Los Angeles & San Francisco)
Value Based Health Care (VBHC) | 22 – 26 May 2023 (The Netherlands)
iFHP’s executive briefings series offers members a constantly iterating programme of virtual presentations, dialogue and debates across a wide range of topics relevant to today’s health insurance businesses. Free to join, and available for repeat viewing after each meeting, the briefings keep our members up to date with the latest thinking from our best industry experts.
iFHP Expert Panel Series
iFHP’s Expert Panels are specialist subject matter forums focused on critical issues for members. The panels are outcome-focused, producing exclusive tangible outputs that are shared within our membership. Each panel examines a specific set of issues faced by health insurers across a range of topics, including fraud, abuse, waste & error, cybersecurity, mental health, medical effectiveness, high cost drugs, data & insights and executive leadership.
Many of iFHP’s members are interested in hosting unilateral or bilateral executive secondments. Secondments offer a unique opportunity to experience first-hand how health funds operate around the world while enabling secondees to contribute actively to the host business. Secondments can be flexible in nature and duration depending on their objective.
24 October 2022
Following a two cohort groups in 2021 we will offer members an opportunity to enrol for this course in 2022. It will follow a similar format as the most recent training with a six-week study period. Participants should have two to three years’ experience working within fraud detection, claims or legal.
The programme averages 8 hours per week of private study combined with virtual tutorials. The course will commence week commencing the 24 October. It is designed and delivered in conjunction with the University of West London.