Network with peers and engage in dynamic conversations on what works and what doesn’t, implementation challenges, lessons learned, and next steps to design a holistic well-being program.
Learn from case studies on how to effectively personalize well-being programs, drive behavior change, and improve outcomes.
- Discuss the evolution of wellness programs and the value of addressing holistic well-being in the workplace
- Gain strategies to economically and efficiently implement financial, emotional, social, spiritual, and mental health and wellness programs in the workplace
- Evaluate the most effective approach to measure the success of wellness programs: Are employers moving away from ROI and focusing on VOI?
- Analyze different sources of data including claims, biometric screenings, and Health Risk Assessments (HRA): Learn how an organization modified its benefits plan and achieved 100% participation and engagement in wellness programs
- Move away from “disease-centric” and design “person-centric” disease management programs to holistically address an individual’s needs
- Assess the scope of digital health, wearables, and telemedicine to mitigate health risks and personalize care
- Increase the focus on sleep and stress management in wellness programs to improve productivity and happiness inside and outside the workplace
- Consider non-financial incentives and behavioral economics to achieve healthy behaviors and drive long-term behavior change: How can employers leverage intrinsic motivators?
Have a story to tell? Join the speaking faculty.
Submission Deadline Date: Thursday, March 11, 2017.
The National Employee Well-Being Congress is now accepting abstract submissions. Please submit abstracts to Haritha Krishnarathnam.
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