Corporate Wellness Conference (Worksite Wellness Co)
Venue: marriott schaumberg
|Event Date/Time: Oct 26, 2011||End Date/Time: Oct 28, 2011|
|Registration Date: Oct 20, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 01, 2011|
Many Americans are living unhealthy lifestyles and are not aware of wellness or prevention, which will only result in worse health conditions and higher healthcare costs in the future. Healthcare Costs and serious health conditions are spiraling out of control with no end in sight. Employers have reached an impasse where they need to do something drastic in order to continue offering affordable and meaningful healthcare benefits to their employees. Health, Wellness and Prevention seem to be the only answer. People need to learn how to engage in healthy behavior and live a healthy life with a focus on wellness and prevention.
Employers and insurers want to implement corporate wellness programs for their employees or insured but donâ€™t know where to turn. They donâ€™t know what companies offer the best wellness solutions, which wellness programs would be the best fit for their employees and have the best return on investment (ROI) and what wellness programs simply donâ€™t work.
The Corporate Wellness Conference brings together employers, health plans, consultants and health insurance agents for advanced educational sessions by the leaders in corporate wellness and value based benefit design to teach you how to redesign benefit plans to focus on engaging the consumer and implementing the right tools, disease management, knowledge and health and wellness programs to really change employees actions and decisions with the end result being more affordable healthcare premiums and healthier employees. Learn what is working and what isnâ€™t and find out where the future is headed for the corporate wellness industry. Find out what practical solutions you can implement that really work and what concepts simply have failed.
The leading employers and benefit managers will be sharing what health plans and corporate wellness programs they have implemented with success and amazing results. The educational panel sessions will focus on employers and health plans that have significantly reduced healthcare costs and created change in their employees and the way the employee lives their lives and purchases and utilizes healthcare benefits.
The 2nd Annual National Corporate Wellness Conference will feature up to 800 attendees, over 50 expert speakers and over 50 exhibitors and sponsors.
This high level corporate wellness conference will bring together the best healthcare leaders in the country for 2 days of intense advanced educational sessions and networking dedicated to corporate wellness, value based benefit design and reducing healthcare costs through health and wellness promotion.
This is the one conference per year you canâ€™t afford to miss!
Listen to the Experts on:
What health, wellness and prevention programs are guaranteed to bring you the best Return on Investment (ROI). Debunking the myths, health, wellness and prevention programs which donâ€™t work. How to educate employees and plan members and change their behavior through corporate wellness and prevention. New cutting edge methods that are being used to change the behavior of plan members with existing and expensive diseases and health conditions. Learn how to engage these critically ill plan members.
What are the best ways to redesign your benefit plan in order to engage a value based benefits approach in your plan design? Giving plan members the tools to evaluate the quality of hospitals and doctors in order to significantly lower healthcare costs and reduce errors and complications. Prescription Drug Programs that focus on engaging the plan member.
Here are some of the testimonials from our 2009 Corporate Wellness Conference:
â€œThe Corporate Wellness Conference was a great opportunity to bring people with a common goal together for thought provoking dialog and to share innovative approaches to improving employee health. Partnerships and alliances were made that will further our mission of wellness for all. We all walked away with a stronger sense that corporate wellness is achievable.â€
- Susan Hannegan, Health Management Program Manager, Jack in the Box
â€œThe Corporate Wellness Conference was the first wellness conference I've attended focused on employers. Real employers sharing real strategies and results makes a huge difference. Thanks for this -- and for all the great networking opportunities.â€
â€“ Henry Albrecht, CEO, Limeade
"The Corporate Health and Wellness Conference provided a great networking opportunity to meet with other corporations who are facing many of the same challenges we are. The sessions were very informative providing information, best practices and resources which we can utilize.â€
- Kerry Cowart, Corporate Regional Dietician, Compass Group, USA
â€œI found the networking opportunities at the Corporate Wellness Conference to be very insightful. The employers and vendors in attendance provided a diverse expression of corporate wellness today. I look forward to attending next year.â€
â€“ Susan Bumpas, Benefit Plans Analyst, University of Arkansas System
â€œThe Corporate Wellness Conference was a great opportunity for me to network and benchmark with professionals in private corporation, government and with potential vendors.â€
- Elysa Jacobs, Manager, Health Improvement Programs, Pitney Bowes
"The 2009 Corporate Wellness Conference provided an excellent platform to bring together national thought leaders, large employers and industry experts all sharing the same vision - the development and betterment of overall wellness for US employees. Humana was proud to be a platinum sponsor for this conference."
- Paul Moore, Regional CEO, Humana
â€œThe conference presented a great opportunity to network with other professionals and meet some of the innovators in this field.â€
â€“ Steve Cyboran, Vice President, Sibson Consulting
â€œThe Corporate Wellness Conference provided me with a great opportunity to not only learn from leading wellness experts from around the country, but also allowed me to share some insights into how we in Public Health are addressing the issue of worksite wellness and employee health promotion. I hope the slightly different perspective proved valuable to the attendees.â€
â€“ Marc Saenz, Worksite Program Coordinator, Network for a Healthy California-Los Angeles Region
â€œThe Corporate Wellness program was excellent and for Safaricom, the conference came at a very crucial time when the organization is in the process of implementing a Wellness program. The sessions where very educative, interactive and I gained a lot of information.
Thanks for providing such a forum that concentrates on the well being of employees.â€
â€“ Selina Kemama, Safaricom, Nairobi, Kenya
â€œThe Corporate Wellness Conference in LA was great. There were industry leaders and employers to learn from, network with and create friendships! I will be back.â€
- Colleen M. Reilly, President, Total Well-Being
â€œThe Corporate Wellness Conference was a very productive professional experience to learn of a variety of strategies from vendors and practitioners perspectives to enhance employers efforts to create a more healthy work force. The compilation of so many different service providers and individual approaches to a common issue was a great opportunity to be exposed how one may pick and choose alternative ways to create a comprehensive wellness initiative. I am looking forward to attending in the future as I am sure this effort will only get better as others learn of the benefits of this experience.â€
â€“ Jim Carnicella, Human Resources/Risk Management Director, City of Ocoee, FL
â€œThe conference was very well organized and was beneficial to attendees in learning how to help corporate employees to remain healthy. The best part of the conference was the opportunity to interact with people of diverse background in the area of healthcare and corporate world. The exhibition was also excellent. Thanks for conducting a great conference.â€
- Rajen S. Anand, Ph.D., Executive Director, USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion