2019 Corporate Health & Wellness Summit
Developing Sustainable Wellness Programs to Improve Outcomes
January 27-29, 2019 * Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Hotel, Scottsdale, Arizona

2019 Corporate Health & Wellness Summit

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About the Conference

Many organizations are recognizing that corporate wellness plans are an essential component of their benefit packages for recruitment and retention, and a healthier, more productive and motivated workforce. As these programs continue to evolve, companies are actively looking for ways to make their plans more creative, effective and comprehensive. This conference will provide insights and perspectives on the journey from introducing a wellness plan to making it a long-term sustainable program, focusing on employees’ physical, financial, mental, emotional and social well-being. These programs have become an increasingly widespread strategic tool to educate and motivate employee awareness of good health while simultaneously reducing healthcare related expenses for the organization as a whole.

Hear from forward thinking organization that have successful wellness programs that minimize healthcare costs and improve the health and well-being of their employee population, and create healthy workplaces that are diverse, productive and resilient. Gain tools and resources to assist you and your organization in creating a culture of wellness that stems from the top down, is embedded in your company’s strategic vision, and its importance is communicated throughout the company. The program will cover the most up-to-date trends, best practices and innovations in corporate health and wellness, and solutions to sustaining engagement, enhancing productivity, and promoting healthy behaviors and increasing ROI.

Who Should Attend:

From Employers/Hospitals:

  • HR Directors
  • Benefits Directors
  • Wellness Directors
  • Total Rewards
  • Occupational Health
  • Operations
  • Productivity
  • Talent Management
  • Benefits Design
  • Health Coaching
  • Employee Assistance Programs
  • VP of Benefits
  • VP of Human Resources
  • Medical Directors

From Health Plans:

  • Wellness
  • Health Promotion
  • Care Management
  • Disease Management
  • Marketing
  • Medical Affairs
  • Health Coaching
  • Member Engagement
  • Quality Improvement
  • Product Development

Also of Interest to:

Vendors and Consultants from Benefit Services; Urgent Care Centers; Insurance Advisors; Wellness Consultants and Solution Providers

Conference Agenda

Day One – Sunday, January 27, 2019

4:00pm – 6:00pm
Exhibitor Set-up

6:00pm – 7:00pm
Welcome Reception

Day Two – Monday, January 28, 2019

7:15am – 8:00am
Conference Registration & Networking Breakfast

8:00am – 8:15am
Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

8:15am – 9:00am
Best Practices for Integrating your Wellness Program within the Company’s Business and Culture

While many organizations have a wellness program in place, many struggle with designing programs that impact employee lives. This session will examine what makes a wellness program effective, including:

- Key building blocks of a comprehensive wellness program that delivers results and minimizes waste
- Investing in wellness programs based on your employee population
- Understanding the importance of modifying wellness programs based on behavior change

Bhawna Provenzano
Senior Manager of Benefits and Wellness
Zappos.com

9:00am - 9:45am
Mental Wellbeing – for a Holistic Approach to Corporate Wellness

Personal Accountability – the belief in one’s ability to influence the world around them, improve relationships, achieve goals and set their own trajectory in life – an essential and often overlooked element of employee wellbeing. Learn how Craft Brew Alliance (CBA) transformed their culture for heightened accountability, alignment and engagement – impacting their employees’ lives at work… and at home. Participants will gain awareness and insights specific to:

- Our natural default for human thinking and behavior
- Why most employers are inadvertently making the work experience less and less fulfilling
- The essential competencies for healthy thinking and reduced emotional waste
- CBA’s results – the notable wins and lessons learned

Meliessa Ogrodowski
Director of Learning and Development
Craft Brew Alliance

9:45am – 10:15am
Networking & Refreshments Break

10:15am - 11:00am
Driving Wellness Program Engagement to Promote a Healthier and More Productive Workforce

This session will examine the Company Culture of Health program rational and components that result in a high level of workforce and executive engagement, while creating positive impact. Topics to be discussed will include:

- Incorporating wellness into a larger, corporation-wide culture of health and safety
- Effectively roll out the wellness initiative across the globe and motivating employees in various ways
- Measuring implementation progress to inform key stakeholders

Malick Diara, MD, MBA, MPH
Public Health Manager
Global Medicine and Occupational Health Department
Exxon Mobil

Jill M. Lundin, MS, CWWPM, CWP
Manager, Health Education and Promotion Center of Excellence
Medicine and Occupational Health - Global
Exxon Mobil

11:00am – 11:45pm
Performance Metrics: Measuring the Impact and Success of Wellness Programs

This session will examine the importance of advanced analytics and how to leverage data to move beyond participation to outcome-based incentives to sustain participation and effectively encourage healthy lifestyle changes. Topics to be discussed will include:

- How to effectively acquire and analyze data
- Quality indicators vs. quality measures
- Population health metrics
- Measuring tangible results
- Metrics you need to understand to make informed changes

Tom Vertich, CEBS
Benefit Strategy Manager
American Airlines

11:45am – 12:30pm
Making Behavioral Health Part of Your Corporate Wellness Program

This session will examine how employers can and should address the total health of employee populations by addressing mental health issues and emotional wellness. Topics to be addressed will include:

- Ensuring employees have access to mental health benefits including an employee assistance program (EAP)
- Making behavioral health a priority to enhance employee well-being and boost productivity
- How focusing on addressing behavioral health can reduce costs
- Leveraging telemedicine to offer employees instant access to mental health coaching and educational resources

Medha Rishi
Global Head of Benefits and Mobility
Square

12:30pm – 1:30pm
Luncheon

1:30 – 2:15pm
Keynote: Growing Wellness into a Mature Profession

I believe we are at a serious fork in the road if we are to remain significant to the future of health and wellness at the workplace. Employers and employees want to believe in us. The pressure is increasing to show we can grow into a serious profession and add value to organizations, including performance, health, disabilities, retention, loyalty and add to the scientific knowledge base of health and wellness.

- Who are the beneficiaries of workplace wellness?
- What is the goal of the wellness initiative?
- Do we pay attention to planning, pre-implementation, implementation?
- How do we get employees involved?
- What are our early, intermediary, outcomes, metrics and measurements?
- Double or triple counting of outcomes. Redundant interventions?
- Four major mistakes could be corrected.

Dee W. Edington, PhD
Professor Emeritus
Kinesiology and Health Management Research Center
University of Michigan

2:15pm – 3:00pm
Supporting Employees and their Families with Cancer

Cancer is one of the most prevalent health conditions in the U.S. and a leading cause of disability in the workplace. In order to support a healthy and productive experience when an employee or their loved one is facing cancer, Pfizer offers an array of resources available to support employees and their family. Pfizer implemented a new employee-centric model for cancer care called The Cancer Care Huddle. Because cancer care often involves multiple vendors, care coordination among health plans, care navigators, second opinion services, EAP, and others is essential to improve care coordination to realize optimal care, reduce stress and improve worker productivity. This innovative member-centric approach to supporting colleagues and their families on their cancer care journey coordinates efforts of Pfizer’s vendor partners to simplify and enhance the member experience and ultimately drive to better outcomes. Pfizer offers a Cancer Support Program that provides dedicated oncology nurses to help employees and their families navigate their diagnosis and treatment and help manage symptoms and side effects. Pfizer launched This Is Living With Cancer™, a comprehensive solution supporting oncology patients, which is also available to Pfizer employees. The program shares the inspirational stories of people living with cancer. As part of Pfizer Oncology’s commitment to people living with cancer, we’ve created LivingWith™, a free app, available in Spanish too, that helps manage life with cancer and assists the patient to become more engaged with their treatment journey.

Jane Newman, MPH
National Employer Director
Pfizer, Inc.

Michele Proscia
U.S. Benefits – Health, Insurance and Policy Director
Pfizer, Inc.

3:00pm – 3:30pm
Networking & Refreshments Break

3:30pm – 4:30pm
Panel: Innovative Strategies to Build a Healthy Workforce & Current Trends in Well-Being

Panelists will share perspectives on how they are implementing employee wellness in the workplace. Learn about what’s working, what’s not and different ways incentives are utilized to promote healthy behavior changes. Topics to be discussed will include:

- Strategies to maximize workplace wellness program value
- New and unique wellness program offerings
- How employers can increase wellness program value
- Correlation between wellness and organization leadership and culture
- Workplace well-being as an engagement and retention tool
- How can employers can nurture a healthy lifestyle within and outside the workplace
- Strategies to identify the key determinants of well-being and improve wellness program efficiency
- Employer’s role in addressing social determinants of health

Panelists:

Isaac A. Cruz, MPA, CWWS, CWWPM
Wellness Consultant | Employee Benefits Services
Insurance Office of America

Lisa Hannum
President and Chief Executive Officer
Beehive Strategic Communication

Nicole Hare-Everline
Assistant Director of Health Benefits, Human Resources Department
City of Houston

4:30pm – 5:15pm
Personalizing Wellness Program Benefits to Meet the Needs of Your Employee Population

The most successful workplace wellness programs are those that are tailored to an organization’s culture and to each individual participant. An effective program must not only be customized for the organization that institutes the program, but also for the individuals who participate. This session will examine wellness program benefit design with an emphasis on personalization, strategies to analyze employee needs and how traditional benefits have evolved to meet the needs to employees today.

Monique Wantland
Wellness Marketing Specialist
U-Haul International, Inc.

5:15pm
End of Day One

Day Three – Tuesday, January 29, 2019

7:15am – 8:00am
Networking Breakfast

8:00am – 8:15am
Chairperson’s Remarks

8:15am – 9:00am
Real Employee Engagement: How Whole-Person Well-Being is Making an Impact

HR executives want to improve employee engagement, but some HR programs can have the opposite effect. Real engagement requires a combination of solutions that encompass the whole person, the whole company and the whole ecosystem of employee tools & resources. Hear how the world’s largest manufacturer of over-the-counter healthcare products launched a well-being program that does just that.

Bryan J. Rojek
Vice President, Global Total Rewards
Perrigo Company

9:00am - 9:45am
Integrating Workforce Wellness and Safety Practices

This session will examine effective strategies to enhance business objective by integrating employer health and injury prevention programs. Topics to be discussed will include:

- Essential key elements, processes and infrastructure
- Embracing health improvement as an injury prevention strategy
- Tools and strategies to integrate workforce wellness and safety practices to support employee well-being

Darci J. Dunn, CHRS
Senior Manager, Global Benefits
Fanatics

Dustin Spencer
Director – Environmental, Health and Safety
Fanatics

9:45am – 10:15am
Networking & Refreshments Break

10:15am – 11:00am
Transformational Job Satisfaction Through Family Friendly Workplaces

This session explores various family-friendly policies to support well-being in the workplace. Topics include infants at work, paid caregiver leave, lactation spaces and supplies, and inclusive medical and bereavement leave policies. Participants will learn how to approach policy implementation and will receive examples of policies and tips for administration.

Emily I. Cooper, CCWS, CHRS
Benefits Manager
Boulder County Human Resources Division

Julia K. Yager, SHRM-SCP, IPMA-SCP, CCWS
Director of Human Resources
Boulder County Human Resources Division

11:00am – 11:45am
Collaborating with High-Value Provider Organizations and Vendors

In this session learn effective collaboration strategies to build relationships with high-value provider organizations and vendors. Topics to be discussed will include:

- Enhancing relationships and identifying the right partners
- Understanding the value of a reliable and win-win partnership
- Adopting value-based strategies
- Efficient direct contracting strategies that can mitigate costs and optimize care delivery
- Contract negotiation strategies

Chelsea Hill, CEBS, SHRM-CP
Director of Benefits Administration
White Lodging Services

11:45am – 12:30pm
The Secret to Engaging your employees in Wellness and Benefits offerings

Ever wonder how you can have the best benefits plans, the greatest wellness programs and a Total Rewards offering that is out of this world, but employees are not taking advantage? Hear how Salt River Project is using a multi-faceted approach to reaching their employees and engaging them in these programs. Through the use of data, digital and grassroots efforts, employees are participating and getting excited about the opportunities around them. The average worker is bombarded with many messages during the average workday, it’s not easy to know which vehicles are effective or how to show success. With all aspects of wellness - Physical, Financial, Emotional and Social – becoming more important as a foundation of what employers should be offering employees, it is even more critical that companies are able to effectively market the programs they have.

Amy Johnson
Human Resources Communication, Technology and Strategy
Salt River Project

Jane Robertson
Wellness Lead
Salt River Project

12:30pm
Conference Concludes

Workshop A – Day Two – Monday, January 28, 2019

5:30pm – 7:30pm
Empathy: The Key to Improving Your Wellbeing Program’s “Fit(ness)”

Most wellbeing strategies begin by analyzing, at least to some extent, the demographics, needs and preferences of the organization’s workforce—yet often, the results of these programs fall far short of the desired outcomes. While many factors can be cited as contributing to the lackluster results, these factors often share a common problem: a lack of empathy for the individual participants.

While that may sound counter-intuitive—after all, wellbeing programs have at their core an expectation that individuals will be responsible for their actions—displaying empathy is the first step in design thinking. With design thinking, the aspirations and challenges of employees (and their families) are put in the center of the strategic process.

This workshop will teach the principles of design thinking through a combination of knowledge sharing and interactive exercises, with participants becoming equipped with tools they can take back to and put in practice within their organizations.

Lori Block
Principal—Total Wellbeing Strategist, Engagement Practice
Buck

Lori Block is a principal and total wellbeing strategist with Buck, a leading HR and benefits consulting firm. A thought leader within her organization, Lori helps to guide the direction of Buck’s total wellbeing consulting services and point solutions, while also leading the delivery of services to key clients of the organization. A frequent speaker and author/blogger, Lori was named a 2014 Most Influential Women in Benefit Advising by Employee Benefits Advisor. She holds a BFA (Honors) in broadcast journalism from Southern Methodist University and an MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.

Betsy Woods Brooks
Principal
Buck

Betsy Woods Brooks is a Principal at Conduent based in Stamford, CT. Betsy’s career spans more than 20 years in the HR consulting industry. During this time, Betsy served as a local market leader, client manager, and engagement practice leader. She has developed and implemented end-to-end marketing communication strategies, focused on employee education, engagement and empowerment to improve the health and well-being of employees and families. She has experience in all aspects of communication and change management from employee sensing to media strategy and messaging through to implementation and measurement.

Workshop B – Day Three – Tuesday, January 29, 2019

12:45pm – 2:45pm
Workshop - Long-Term Benefits of Investing in a Healthy and Happy Workforce

Successfully executed worksite health promotion programs have demonstrated significant improvements in employee health and reductions in employer costs. Healthier employees are more likely to stay in their jobs, less likely to be absent and have lower benefit costs, resulting in increased productivity and improved health. This workshop will examine ways to build health and well-being programs that deliver maximum value, by exploring critical design, management and measurement considerations. Learn how to create sustainable wellness initiatives that positively impact your organization’s bottom line, cut costs and improve outcomes, while improving employee health and welfare. Gain perspectives on how to align these initiatives, and the vendors you may use to deliver them, to promote healthy behaviors that produce measurable results and improved productivity, while maximizing ROI.

Greg Mansur
Principal, Global Human Resource Services
PwC

Greg is a principal in the Global Human Resource Services practice at PwC where he specializes in working with clients on the strategy, assessment and implementation of health and welfare benefit programs. He has over 28 years of industry experience and has worked with Fortune 500 companies across the country. Prior to joining PwC, Greg was a national leader in the health and welfare consulting practice of a major benefits consulting firm. Greg holds a Bachelors degree in Economics from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and a Masters in Public Health from UCLA.

Featured Speakers

Malick Diara, MD, MBA, MPH

Malick Diara, MD, MBA, MPH

Public Health Manager, Global Medicine and Occupational Health Department

Exxon Mobil

Jill M. Lundin, MS, CWWPM, CWP

Jill M. Lundin, MS, CWWPM, CWP

Manager, Health Education and Promotion Center of Excellence, Medicine and Occupational Health – Global

Exxon Mobil

Tom Vertich, CEBS

Tom Vertich, CEBS

Benefit Strategy Manager

American Airlines

Medha Rishi

Medha Rishi

Global Head of Benefits and Mobility

Square

Dee W. Edington, PhD

Dee W. Edington, PhD

Professor Emeritus, Kinesiology and Health Management Research Center

University of Michigan

Bhawna Provenzano

Bhawna Provenzano

Senior Manager of Benefits and Wellness

Zappos.com

Meliessa Ogrodowski

Meliessa Ogrodowski

Director of Learning and Development

Craft Brew Alliance

Jane Newman, MPH

Jane Newman, MPH

National Employer Director

Pfizer, Inc.

Michele Proscia

Michele Proscia

U.S. Benefits – Health, Insurance and Policy Director

Pfizer, Inc.

Bryan J. Rojek

Bryan J. Rojek

Vice President, Global Total Rewards

Perrigo Company

Isaac Cruz

Isaac Cruz

Wellness Consultant

Insurance Office of America

Lisa Hannum

Lisa Hannum

President and Chief Executive Officer

Beehive Strategic Communication

Nicole Hare-Everline

Nicole Hare-Everline

Director of Wellness

City of Houston

Darci J. Dunn, CHRS

Darci J. Dunn, CHRS

Senior Manager, Global Benefits

Fanatics

Dustin Spencer

Dustin Spencer

Director – Environmental, Health and Safety

Fanatics

Emily Cooper

Emily Cooper

Benefits Manager

Boulder County

Julia Yager

Julia Yager

Director of Human Resources

Boulder County

Chelsea Hill, CEBS, SHRM-CP

Chelsea Hill, CEBS, SHRM-CP

Director of Benefits Administration

White Lodging Services

Amy Johnson

Amy Johnson

Human Resources

Salt River Project

Jane Robertson

Jane Robertson

Wellness Lead

Salt River Project

Greg Mansur

Greg Mansur

Principal, Global Human Resource Services

PwC

Lori Block

Lori Block

Principal—Total Wellbeing Strategist, Engagement Practice

Buck

Betsy Woods Brooks

Betsy Woods Brooks

Principal

Buck

Monique Wantland

Monique Wantland

Wellness Marketing Specialist

U-Haul International, Inc.

Venue

Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
7575 East Princess Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
480-585-4848

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Sponsors and Exhibitors

Luncheon Sponsor(s)

Segal Consulting: Benefits, Compensation and Human Resources Consulting
Segal Consulting provides comprehensive consulting and actuarial services to public employee benefit programs. As an independent, employee-owned firm, our advice is objective and unbiased. We help public sector plan sponsors design and refine benefits programs that meet goals, control costs and improve the health and retirement readiness of your people. Segal's dedicated public sector team has the experience and expertise to find the best compensation and benefit solutions to meet your needs. In addition to our work with public sector entities, we offer services to multiemployer funds, and corporate and nonprofit organizations (as well as higher education institutions) through Sibson Consulting.

Associate Sponsor(s)

Work Fit Logo

Work-Fit is the nationwide leader of applying sports medicine techniques in the workplace to prevent injuries and improve your bottom line. Work-Fit embeds healthcare professionals into the workplace and integrates services into routine business practices thereby weaving a culture of prevention that permeates the workplace and makes employees feel valued and empowers them to Make Health Personal.We envision impacting companies across the marketplace, creating a national and international workforce of healthy, valued and empowered people and a culture of prevention.

 

Exhibitor(s)

Premise Health is the leading direct healthcare company pioneering new models to deliver powerfully effortless healthcare. With more than 50 years of experience, Premise Health delivers unmatched quality, access and value through more than 600 wellness centers in 44 states and Guam. The company serves more than 275 of the nation’s most innovative organizations, including a significant number of Fortune 1000 companies.

enterprise health

Enterprise Health is the only certified occupational health record, combining occupational health and compliance and employee engagement with an ONC-ACB certified EHR — delivering a complete occupational health and wellness IT experience on a single, highly-interoperable, cloud-based platform. Enterprise Health has a proven track record with blue chip clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to federal and state government agencies — including Federal Occupational Health, a division of the United States Department of Health and Human Services that provides occupational health services to more than 360 federal agencies — equipping enterprise clients and their employees for a healthier future.

Vera Whole Health

Vera Whole Health is the leading direct-to-employer primary care provider in the Western United States, creating a health revolution with a whole health approach to primary care and behavior change. The Vera approach to care replaces today's sick-care model with provider-patient relationships that guide patients toward optimum social, psychological and physical health on a foundation of empathetic listening, evidenced-based clinical care and cost-effective practice. As a result, Vera is the first on-site clinic provider in the United States to earn a Certificate of Validation by the Care Innovations™ Validation Institute for sound population health cost outcomes.

Healthcare Solutions Centers, LLC (HCS) provides a comprehensive approach in delivering your on-site/near-site healthcare services. HCS is proactive in identifying illness, promoting wellness and delivering disease management. HCS’ services includes wellness & preventative care, urgent care, disease management, occupational health, telemedicine and ergonomics. Our programs are customized to fit our client’s needs.

HCS utilizes health risks assessments with annual wellness labs. We partner with Springbuk, our analytic data platform, to identify high risk benefitted members. HCS’ practitioners close gaps in care with our outreach programs to assist members to become compliant with their health, which decreases catastrophic claims and overall healthcare costs for our clients. HCS offers flexible healthcare solutions for businesses, while dramatically reducing their healthcare cost and promoting a lifestyle of wellness.

PD-Rx-Pharmaceuticals

PD-Rx Pharmaceuticals offers over 6,000 sku’s of prepackaged medications (including injectables) for your on-site employee health clinic dispensing needs. Our easy-to-use, cloud-based software allows 24/7 online medication ordering, perpetual inventory management, and supplements regulatory compliance. The PD-Rx Sales Team possesses the highest cumulative level of experience in the industry. We are licensed to distribute in all 50 states. Call 800-299-7379 or email us at info@pdrx.com

OnSite Care brings exceptional healthcare right to your workplace. It operates worksite healthcare clinics for private and public employers, aligning the goals of employers, employees, and physicians in reducing healthcare spending while improving workforce health. These medical “home” clinics focus on wellness, prevention, and aggressive chronic disease management, quickly changing the employer’s risk status and leading to lowered health care costs.

Barton Associates

Barton Associates is a leading national healthcare staffing company who places physicians, nurse practitioners (NPs), physician assistants (PAs), dentists, and certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) at healthcare facilities in need of coverage across the U.S.

As the locum tenens experts, we specialize in temporary short- and long-term positions. On-site employee health clinics and other facilities find they can fill staffing needs of any duration, maintain patient care, and improve return on investment with help from Barton’s staffing specialists and licensing, credentialing, and travel teams.

 

A miCare Health Center is a primary-care clinic that offers acute, preventative and wellness services sponsored by you for your members. It is located on or near your worksite and can be easily accessed by members and their families. This will improve the health of your members and their families while lowering healthcare costs for them and for your business. miCare is staffed by healthcare professionals and equipped with services such as office visits, procedures, annual physical exams, chronic disease management, lab testing, prescriptions, wellness programs, and health education and consultation.

 

Ancillary Care StrategiesAncillary Care Strategies is a proven healthcare management services organization. We have extensive experience in the design and improvement of Occupational Medicine and Wellness services. Experts in PT/OT Therapy management as well as leading Medical Practice transformations, we provide strategic direction along with turn-key tools to drive measurable results in revenue cycle, productivity, quality, and patient satisfaction.

 

Want to improve your wellness program outcomes? SelfHelpWorks online cognitive training interventions are likely the missing link in your efforts to reduce employee health risk.
These user-friendly interventions bridge the gap between health coaching and therapy. They help employees eliminate deep-seated, costly chronic disease drivers that resist standard behavior modification techniques:

  • Obesity / unhealthy eating
  • Tobacco
  • Stress / low resilience
  • Insomnia
  • Physical inactivity
  • Alcohol
  • Poor diabetes management

The interventions are effective, scalable, low-cost. Most importantly, employees love them! SelfHelpWorks is the trusted choice of leading wellness vendors like Humana, Bravo Wellness, HealthFitness and Virgin Pulse. Visit www.selfhelpworks.com to see why.

The March of Dimes lets you take your commitment to the well-being of your employees and their families a step further. We offer an educational online wellness program that supports mother and infant health and promotes a family-friendly work environment. Healthy Babies Healthy Business is easy to manage, implement and promote, and provides your company with a wealth of information to support your employees before, during and after their pregnancy. Visit www.healthybabieshealthybusiness.org.

 

LeaderStat is an industry leader in interim management, executive recruiting and consulting in the healthcare industry. With nearly twenty years of recruiting experience and a proven track record, our team is dedicated to finding exceptional locum tenens nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) for short and long term assignments, and physicians for permanent placement. And rest assured, we will be there from the beginning through the end of each placement to ensure success for our clients and providers.

Your provider team is the keystone to your health clinic and an essential component of your organization’s success. Let us source candidates, manage their travel, and facilitate compliance with licensures and prescriptive authority while you focus on providing top notch care.

HealthFitness, a Trustmark company, delivers a complete and personalized wellbeing solution that is designed to make people healthier and includes the best of fitness, wellness, injury prevention and an engaging platform. HealthFitness is URAC- and NCQA-accredited and a proven leader and partner for enhancing wellbeing programs and transforming lives for the better. Parent company Trustmark provides a full spectrum of employee benefits to improve wellbeing through better health and greater financial security. For more information on HealthFitness, visit www.healthfitness.com.

CardiOptics CardiOptics values the relationships developed between our company and employers. We aren't a cattle call company or simply another vendor — our goal is to be your trusted partner in the safety and wellness endeavors of your company. We work with many safety, wellness, and human resource departments nationwide to implement our services as a part of their overall program. Companies tell us often about their remarkable return on investment by being proactive versus reactive in regards to wellness of their employees thanks to our services. Heart disease, vascular disease, and cancer are the leading causes of death, and a major cause of disability for Americans. They are also the most expensive medical conditions for businesses, projected to cost over $592 billion in direct medical expenses and lost productivity in 2018 alone. We can help by assisting in reducing the barriers people may have to care via early detection, which is critical in the fight to eliminate suffering and death due to these diseases. Using the very latest ultrasound technology, coupled with our highly-trained, board-certified vascular specialists, CardiOptics can administer a comprehensive, pain-free, completely non-invasive procedure in as little as 20 minutes. And just like our services, we’re low-impact on your workflow. We work with your human resource, safety and/or medical staff to sign up and schedule team members, requiring minimal space within your workplace for set-up and screening. You will receive a full executive summary report and your team members will receive a comprehensive, confidential report for their healthcare provider. We save lives and give you peace of mind!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Since 1984, Hanson Medical Systems has been a woman owned distributor and trusted source for point of care medical supplies serving physicians, hospitals, health promotion, corporate wellness, and other health care providers throughout the United States. As the preferred national distributor for PTS Diagnostics, Hanson Medical and PTS partner together to provide you with the latest technology in point-of-care lipid and glucose testing with the CardioChek Plus and A1C Now test systems. These allow you to deliver precise and accurate results with similar sensitivity and specificity as laboratory results. These fingerstick test systems, with 2 and 5 minute results, are less invasive and more user friendly while enhancing the participant experience and providing immediate results for feedback and counseling.

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