Benefits Alliance and Sunlife are hosting a webinar on November 30th focused on Trends in Pharmaceutical Benefits. This event will have two presenters from Sunlife, Tyler Bergh and Denuja Raventhiran.
This event is open to all and will have beneficial information for Benefits Alliance Members, their plan sponsors or anyone who participates in managing their company’s benefits plan. Register Today.
- Current key strategic trends, drivers, and influences in pharmaceutical benefits
- Solutions to support drug plan sustainability given the key trends and influences, and
- A spotlight on mental health and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) including tools and resources
Meet the Speakers
Tyler Bergh, Assistant Vice-President, Pharmaceutical Benefits & Innovation, Group Benefits
As Assistant Vice President, Tyler Bergh, leads the Pharmaceutical Benefits & Innovation team for Sun Life Canada Group Benefits. He is accountable for Sun Life’s pharmaceutical benefits priorities and developing strategies that help balance plan sustainability and enabling access to care, while helping our Clients live healthier lives.
Tyler has been with Sun Life since 2002 and works from Vancouver. He has more than 20 years of experience in group benefits including leadership roles, client relationship management and underwriting. Tyler holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Risk Management and Insurance from the University of Calgary. He also has a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS) designation from the
International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans.
Denuja Raventhiran, Senior Pharmaceutical Benefits Strategist, Pharmaceutical Benefits & Innovation
As a Benefits Strategist, Denuja Raventhiran works together with members of the Pharmaceutical Benefits team to support strategy development, acting as a subject matter expert. Together, the team takes part in dedicated efforts that balance access to care and plan sustainability.
Denuja is a pharmacist by profession, currently licensed and practicing in Ontario. She has a background in pharmaceutical marketing strategy through which she brings key clinical insights. She continues to draw from her previous experiences in a range of pharmacy practice and patient care environments.
Denuja holds a Doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of Waterloo and a Bachelor of Science, double major in Medical Science and Biology, from Western University.