Prevention & Well-Being TrackPrevention & Well-Being Track

Holistic Well-Being • Digital Health • Wellness ROI

Gain strategies to enhance well-being programs to improve employee health and mitigate risks. Discuss approaches to personalize wellness efforts, leverage digital technology to modify behaviors, and create a healthy workplace culture.

Top Reasons to Attend:

  • Focus on physical, mental, behavioral, emotional, and financial health to maximize workforce productivity and minimize health care spend
  • Integrate and evaluate hard and soft data to make targeted health decisions
  • Assess which digital technology and wearables maximize engagement and motivate healthy behaviors
  • Identify key programs, best practices, and lessons-learned that can positively impact the overall health and energy of your population
  • Tailor communication efforts: Leverage social media and motivate employees to actively take control of their health and wellness

Featured Sessions:

Make Well-Being a Priority: An Employer's Journey

Martin Otto
Martin Otto
Current Board of Director and Former Chairman,
National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS);
Chief Operating Officer

Brooke Brownlow
Brooke Brownlow
Group Vice President, Total Rewards

Discover the True Impact of Wellness with an Integrated and Personalized Approach

Jason Morgan
Julie Wilkes
North America Wellness Lead

Attendee Acclaim

Excellent Speakers, Excellent Conference. I am so glad I attended this meeting. I learned a lot and have new ideas for our program.

– Training/Wellness Coordinator, Rappahannock Electric Cooperative


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