Webinar: 10 Ways to Jumpstart Your Employee Health Program
From December 04, 2014 12:00 pm until December 04, 2014 1:00 pm Save to calendar
Once you build the gleaming gym, hire first-rate coaches and provide lucrative incentives, your company will have the perfect workplace health management program, right?
First, there is no “perfect.” Second, while you are waiting for perfect, you end up with no program--or at best, a mediocre one.
While perfect doesn’t exist, thriving world-class programs do, and there are steps you can take to turn an OK program into a stellar one. It’s as simple as asking the right questions. Employers with effective wellness programs have learned to ask—and answer—these 10 key questions.
Participants will be able to:
- Participants will understand effective design for health management programs.
- Participants will learn best practices with current employers that they can adapt to their own program.
- Participants will learn about different tools available to measure program effectiveness and identify next steps to evolve their program.
Ann Wyatt, Regional Vice President, Account Management, HealthFitness
Ann Wyatt is a regional vice president in Account Management at HealthFitness, an award-winning, URAC- and NCQA-accredited provider of health management, corporate fitness and condition management solutions. In her role, she oversees the startup of new health management and corporate fitness programs, the transition of existing programs, employee recruiting and training, program quality assurance, and operations management. Wyatt brings 25 years of experience with employee health programs.
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