Business Research Intelligence Network Presents:
2020 Corporate Health & Wellness Summit
Developing Sustainable Wellness Programs to Improve Outcomes
January 26-28, 2020 * Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Hotel * Scottsdale, Arizona

2020 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/Health Systems:

  • 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 Developnent

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 26, 2020

4:00pm – 6:00pm

Exhibitor Set-up

6:30pm – 7:30pm

Cocktail Reception

Day Two – Monday, January 27, 2020

7:15am – 8:00am

Conference Registration & Networking Breakfast

8:00am – 8:15am

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

8:15am – 9:00am

Maximize Employee Engagement in your Wellness Program

Learn how to maximize engagement in your wellness program even if you’re outsourcing to a third party platform. This session will examine what makes a wellness program effective, including:

- How to evaluate whether to go with an off-the-shelf program or design your own
- Key building blocks of a comprehensive wellness program that delivers engagement results
- Customizing your program based on your employee population
- Understanding the importance of modifying wellness programs based on data

Nebeyou Abebe
Vice President, Health and Wellbeing
Sodexo

9:00am – 9:45am

Create A Customized Employee Wellness Program Using: Data, Culture, and Plan Design

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. Learning topics to be covered include:

• Learn how to gain valuable planning information from plan members.
• Learn how to partner with departments and gain leadership support.
• Learn how to coordinate on-site services such as health screenings, educational trainings, and wellness pilot programs.
• Collaborate with partners to tailor and enhance wellness initiates and customize messages that are relatable to employees in the field.

Shonna Poulin Gutierrez, MAOM, CHES®
Wellness Coordinator, Employee Health and Benefits
Maine Bureau of Human Resources

9:45am – 10:15am

Networking & Refreshments Break

10:15am – 11:00am

Leading a Self-Care Revolution: Engaging Leaders in Your Well-Being Strategies

Need a new approach to wellness that demonstrates a strong ROI? At LAZ Parking, we can relate! Encouraging a lifestyle fueled by proactive self-care is how we are neutralizing the rising costs of healthcare for employees and the company. With many of our 13,000+ employees at parking locations without email access, "typical" wellness strategies just don't work. Our innovative Whole Life Project introduces mind, body and prevention practices to cultivate a sense of literally “feeling whole.” The focus is on changing behavior to reduce inflammation and preventing disease and, to do this, we make self-care a foundational principle in all of our leadership programs. Join this interactive discussion about what we created, how it works and why we think it’s a strong part of the future of employee well-being.
Takeaways:

• Discover a fresh and cost-effective approach to wellness that actually works
• Articulate to your leadership team(s) the importance of innovative wellness strategies
• Drive employee behavior change through easy-to-implement lifestyle modifications

Andi Campbell
Senior Vice President, People and Culture
LAZ Parking

11:00am – 11:45am

360 Degree Wellness in a High-Risk Occupation

This session will examine how South Metro Fire Rescue introduced a one employee Wellness clinic and developed it into a full spectrum Wellness Program and onsite clinic. Coordinating strength and conditioning, injury rehabilitation, workers’ comp injury management, acute care and behavioral health programs that are culturally competent and sensitive to a high-risk occupation.

Chris Macklin
Career Firefighter/Wellness Manager
South Metro Fire Rescue

Trae Tashiro
Head Athletic Trainer/Wellness Director
South Metro Fire Rescue

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

Tracy Clemente
Manager, Benefits and HR Operations
Chegg

12:30pm – 1:30pm

Luncheon

1:30 – 2:15pm

Stop Chasing “Shiny Objects” and Build a Sustainable Population Health Strategy

A large self-insured employer’s journey to prove that healthy people cost less. Being disruptive for the right reasons and evolving onsite services from “treat ‘em & street ‘em” to engaged providers and health plan members. Reaching beyond the traditional onsite clinic model to a Care Team model. Healthcare is complex and at times a dysfunctional system demanding leadership to operationalize processes enabling people to follow a path to managing their health. Along with continuing to challenge the paradigms of all stakeholders influencing the population’s health choices.

Phil Brown
Senior Vice President Human Resources
Mohawk Industries

2:15pm – 3:15pm

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:
Charles W. Campbell, Jr., MD, FAAFP
Medical Director, Missiles and Fire Control
Lockheed Martin

Rani Brar
Benefits Manager, CCWS
Duke Realty

Susie Fotheringham, GBA, PHR, SHRM-CP
Senior Manager, Employee Benefits
Scientific Games

3:15pm – 3:45pm

Networking & Refreshments Break

3:45pm – 4:30pm

Marketing Strategies to Promote Health and Wellness Programs to Your Workforce

This session will examine marketing and communications campaigns that optimize participation, drive engagement and bring new excitement to wellness programs. Learn how to drive awareness of your program, and best practices you can follow to get the attention of your employee population.

Nicole Hare-Everline, CHES
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.

Jillian Jacobs, ACE-CHC
Wellness Program Manager
American Showa, Inc.

5:15pm - 6:00pm

Aligning Vendor Services to Support a Culture Well-being

Hear about one company’s experience of using their onsite medical provider vendor to provide wellness services outside of the traditional stand-alone delivery model. By doing so, integrated data collection can be used to drive well-being programs and increase utilization of services improving outcomes.

Amy Iveson, MSN, RN
Corporate Manager-Health and Wellness Strategy
Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc.

6:00pm

End of Day Two

Day Three – Tuesday, January 28, 2020

7:15am – 8:00am

Networking Breakfast

8:00am – 8:15am

Chairperson’s Remarks

8:15am – 9:00am

Becoming Uncomfortably Comfortable: Effectively Engaging the Disengaged

We seem to be moving away from personal connections and face-to-face interaction because of social media, technology and evolving social norms. At the same time, we are realizing the impact that an engaged workforce can have on the overall landscape of our corporate environment. We know that we need to do something, but what? Employee engagement is an emerging concern and the wellness industry is looking for solutions. Come join the conversation in this fun and energetic presentation about how to build employee connections.

Jesse Gavin
Wellness Team Lead
Baylor College of Medicine

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

Integrating Wellness for Remote Employees

Pitney Bowes has employee health clinics that reach twenty percent of our 10,000 US employee work sites. This presentation will focus on how remote employees are offered wellness services and programs using a variety of channels.

Hilary Mitchell, RN, BSN, MS, MBA
Director, Employee Health Services
Pitney Bowes

11:00am – 11:45am

Driving Wellness Program Engagement to Promote Healthier Employees

This session will examine wellness program design and components that result in a high level of workforce and executive engagement, while creating positive impact. Looking at what works best for your employees and what doesn’t. Best practices to engage shift workers and a large population of caregivers. The most successful workplace wellness programs are those that are tailored to an organization’s culture and to each individual participant. Topics to be discussed will include:

- Effectively roll out the wellness initiative across the population and motivating employees in various ways
- How communication increases awareness and engagement
- Measuring implementation progress to inform executive team and board members
- A plethora of programs and activities to get employees to stay interested
- Achieving a culture of healthy living
- Impressive outcomes including medical claims comparisons
- Wellness program benefit design with an emphasis on personalization, strategies to analyze employee needs and how to continue engagement for the future.

Stephanie Wheeler, MS, CES
Director of Employee Health and Wellness
Mercy Medical Center

11:45 – 12:30pm

Solutions Overload: Innovating and Integrating Resources to Optimize the Well-being Experience

Whether internally created or externally provided, all of your well-being resources should be driving towards a common goal. Suffolk has leveraged partner provided tools and combined them with our own innovative approach to technology to create a streamlined experience for our LIVESMART culture. Join us for a WELLshop (because it’s not work!) on utilizing best practices to implement a consistent experience with, digital platforms & wearables, data warehouse tools, on-site mobile FitStations and Suffolk’s own SMARTLAB technology working in harmony to support the well-being of Suffolk employees through our four pillars of health.

Joseph Cappellano
Director, Health and Wellness
Suffolk Construction

12:30pm

Conference Concludes

Workshop – Tuesday, January 28, 2020

12:45pm – 2:45pm

The Case for Financial Wellness in Your Overall Wellness Strategy

Achieving financial wellness — that is, the ability to make confident, well-informed money-related decisions resulting in short- and long-term financial security — is the financial goal for most. But actually getting there and planning for everything from college savings and home purchases to, ultimately, a comfortable, worry-free retirement can feel overwhelming and create distractions that could impact workplace performance and organizational success. That’s where the sponsorship of an employee financial wellness benefit comes in. Responding to the unique needs of today’s multigenerational workforce, companies have realized the value of sponsoring a well-established, comprehensive financial wellness program as an integral component of a broader total wellness design and strategy. These programs address every stage of an employee’s life and prepare them for curveballs, while providing sponsors with a competitive advantage, increased productivity, decreased risk exposure and a demonstrated commitment to an employee’s overall wellness.

Luscinda Boyd, CFP
Senior Manager
Ernst and Young Personal Finance

About the Workshop Leader:

Luscinda Boyd is a Senior Manager in the EY Personal Finance practice, based out of San Diego, CA. She has been with EY for 12 years. She serves as the West Market Lead, responsible for identifying business development opportunities and providing employee financial wellness solutions to large employers and member organizations.

Luscinda also serves clients in the strategic development and implementation of financial education and benefit counseling programs with a focus on employee engagement and communication strategy. Her experience in this role for the past 9 years allows her to leverage best practices across varied employee demographics and industry sectors to ensure the success of an ongoing financial wellness offering.

Luscinda is a Certified Financial Planner™ and a Registered Investment Advisor representative. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the National Association of Securities Dealers (Series 66 examination), and the Council on Employee Benefits. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of California, San Diego, and has more than 15 years of experience in
the financial services industry.

Featured Speakers

Nebeyou Abebe

Nebeyou Abebe

Vice President, Health and Wellbeing

Sodexo

Shonna Poulin Gutierrez, MAOM, CHES®

Shonna Poulin Gutierrez, MAOM, CHES®

Wellness Coordinator, Employee Health and Benefits

Maine Bureau of Human Resources

Andi Campbell

Andi Campbell

Senior Vice President, People and Culture

LAZ Parking

Chris Macklin

Chris Macklin

Career Firefighter/Wellness Manager

South Metro Fire Rescue

Trae Tashiro

Trae Tashiro

Head Athletic Trainer/Wellness Director

South Metro Fire Rescue

Tracy Clemente

Tracy Clemente

Manager, Benefits and HR Operations

Chegg

Phil Brown

Phil Brown

Senior Vice President Human Resources

Mohawk Industries

Charles W. Campbell, Jr., MD, FAAFP

Charles W. Campbell, Jr., MD, FAAFP

Medical Director, Missiles and Fire Control

Lockheed Martin

Rani Brar

Rani Brar

Benefits Manager, CCWS

Duke Realty

Susie Fotheringham, GBA, PHR, SHRM-CP

Susie Fotheringham, GBA, PHR, SHRM-CP

Senior Manager, Employee Benefits

Scientific Games

Nicole Hare-Everline, CHES

Nicole Hare-Everline, CHES

Assistant Director of Health Benefits, Human Resources Department

City of Houston

Jillian Jacobs, ACE-CHC

Jillian Jacobs, ACE-CHC

Wellness Program Manager

American Showa, Inc.

Amy Iveson, MSN, RN

Amy Iveson, MSN, RN

Corporate Manager-Health and Wellness Strategy

Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc.

Jesse Gavin

Jesse Gavin

Wellness Team Lead

Baylor College of Medicine

Meliessa Ogrodowski

Meliessa Ogrodowski

Director of Learning and Development

Craft Brew Alliance

Hilary Mitchell, RN, BSN, MS, MBA

Hilary Mitchell, RN, BSN, MS, MBA

Director, Employee Health Services

Pitney Bowes

Stephanie Wheeler, MS, CES

Stephanie Wheeler, MS, CES

Director of Employee Health and Wellness

Mercy Medical Center

Joseph Cappellano

Joseph Cappellano

Director, Health and Wellness

Suffolk Construction

Heidi Deen

Heidi Deen

Health Promotion Manager

H-E-B

Luscinda Boyd, CFP

Luscinda Boyd, CFP

Senior Manager

Ernst and Young Personal Finance

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Sponsors and Exhibitors

Exhibitor(s)

 

Healthcare Solutions Centers (HCS) Healthcare Solutions Centers (HCS) provides a comprehensive approach in delivering your on-site healthcare services. HCS' clinics are completely customized to fit your company's culture. Our services include: on-site wellness, preventative care, disease management, occupational health and telemedicine programs. HCS utilizes on-site health risks assessments with annual labs to identify your at risk employees. We collaborate care to reduce redundant labs, radiology or interventions. With quick and cost effective interventions, your employees will have less catastrophic claims, thereby dramatically decreasing your company's healthcare costs. HCS is proactive in identifying illness, promoting wellness and delivering disease management. Our Practitioners become your company's healthcare advocate.

 

Strive Strive was established in 2008 and is a nationwide on-site fitness and wellness management company. We provide a full spectrum of on-site fitness, health, and wellness services. Our team serves a mix of customers in the workplace wellness, community health, and government markets. Our solutions address population health management, physical activity, fitness, nutrition, stress management, strength and conditioning, injury prevention, physical rehabilitation, physical therapy, mental health, and musculoskeletal issues. Ultimately, we provide the boots-on-the-ground and can fully administer and coordinate a turnkey wellness program, provide on-site fitness/yoga classes, and manage your on-site fitness center. As a recognized partner by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), our evidence-based programs improve the culture of health, increase measurable levels of engagement, and contribute to reductions in health risks. Contact us today at mailto:Info@Strive2Bfit.com for more information.

 

ASM Logo With over 25 years in the industry, you can rely on ASM to deliver proven solutions that are simple, efficient, cost-effective, transparent and manageable. ASM has designed, implemented and currently supports thousands of on-site and near-site clinics nationally, providing scalable solutions to sites ranging from 200 to over 30,000 lives.

 

Virtual Sleep Labs (VSL) Virtual Sleep Labs (VSL) has developed proprietary software that manages the testing, treatment, ongoing monitoring and coaching for Obstructive Sleep Apnea in a clinical setting or remotely via the MyVSL.App. VSL’s software allows a clinic to become a Virtual Sleep Lab, lowering the overall cost to the consumer. The MyVSL.App allows for Interactive monitoring with the patient through text alerts when there are problems with the patient’s therapy. An interactive chat box can be accessed by the patient through the MyVSL.App for real time chat with VSL staff for any issues the patient is having. Monitoring reports are available through the MyVSL.App for review by the patient and the treating physician. The use of VSL and the technology it has developed increases patient compliance, reducing healthcare costs and lost productivity. The consumer only pays for what they use.

VSL IS THE ONLY COMPANY THAT BRINGS TECHNOLOGY TO SLEEP!

 

NOVO NORDISK Novo Nordisk, a global healthcare company, has been committed to discovering and developing innovative medicines to help people with diabetes lead longer, healthier lives for 95 years. This heritage has given us experience and capabilities that also enable us to help people defeat other serous chronic conditions including hemophilia, growth disorders and obesity. With U.S. headquarters in NJ we employ nearly 6,000 people throughout the country. Visit novonordisk.us; follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

 

Self Help WorksWant 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.

 

QuadMed QuadMed provides employers with onsite primary care, occupational health and wellness services that enable their employees to live better, healthier lives. For 28 years, we have helped our clients achieve their goals – whether it’s bending the health care cost trend, attracting and retaining top talent, or just doing the right thing for their employees. Today, we continue to be a trusted partner to our clients by providing onsite health care that is simple, accessible and affordable.

 

NAWHC The National Association of Worksite Health Centers (NAWHC) is a non-profit membership organization focused on assisting public and private employers, unions and their vendor and provider partners in getting the greatest return from their onsite, near-site, shared, mobile and virtual health centers, pharmacies, worksite fitness and wellness centers. Its mission is to become the premier source of education, information, networking and resources for employers and others who wish to integrate or develop worksite clinics into their health care and benefit strategies. Visit www.nawhc.org for more details.

 

Proactive MD partners with employers to provide employer-sponsored, onsite Health & Wellness Centers staffed with board certified MDs or DOs and a dedicated Patient Advocate. The Proactive MD model puts the physician-patient relationship back where it’s meant to be: At the heart of medicine. Giving physicians more time to get to know their patients, and supporting patients as they become better consumers of health, creates a profoundly meaningful relationship with the entire care team. We call it Care Without CompromiseTM. For employers, the Proactive MD model reduces the high cost of healthcare and allows them to invest in the wellbeing of their team more efficiently and effectively.

 

FloWater Logo We are a passionate team dedicated to changing the way the world views water. Using a revolutionary delivery system, flowater transforms tap water into naturally brilliant water, while reducing plastic waste from the planet.

 

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.

 

Onsite Vision Clinic Our Onsite Vision Clinic is a one-stop facility for all your vision care and fashion needs. Our state of the art eye exam and pre-test equipment can detect symptoms of conditions like Diabetes, High Cholesterol and Hypertension. Our unique model allows us to implement a vision center in a relatively small space with minimal investment from clients. We feel the convenience, employee wellness, cost savings, and increased productivity will provide a great ROI and complement your current wellness programs.

 

Virtuox Virtuox, Inc is a privately held medical technology services company that provides diagnostic tools and services that enable a variety of healthcare organizations and professionals diagnose and treat respiratory through vertically integrated platforms, products and services. Those products and services include a national presence for home sleep testing, oximetry testing, Virtusom Insomnia Testing (Home EEG) and Virtuox CardioCHECK (Mobile cardiac telemetry testing services). Virtuox platform includes a Medicare approved independent Diagnostic Testing Facility (IDTF) that assists in the diagnosis and qualification of treatment options for Sleep Disorder Breathing and Respiratory Diseases at Home. Virtuox’s mission includes application of the highest standards of patient care and fostering a work environment that consistently promotes fairness, collaboration, cooperation and innovation. For a complete and comprehensive overview of our products, services and platform please visit us at www.virtuox.net

 

Zillion Zillion is a leading health technology, behavior modification company whose products blend technology, people, and content to deliver impactful programs, like Restore Health, which target many of the most pervasive chronic health conditions affecting the global community. We believe that behavior modification is not only difficult, it’s personal. As a result, any program that forces users to adapt their lifestyle in order to fit into a particular wellbeing framework is destined to have high initial engagement but severe drop-off over time. However, a program that can adapt its content, communication, pathing, pacing, and expectations will be able to overcome the majority of lifestyle roadblocks by molding around the user. Zillion’s technology and programming increase the likelihood of success in mitigating health risk by assisting individuals in developing new lifestyle behaviors through the use of data and analytics refined by hosting over 800,000 participants to date.

 

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