2020 On-Site Employee Health Clinics Congress
Maximizing Healthcare Savings and Quality of Care for Your Employees
January 26-28, 2020 * Fairmont Scottsdale Princess * Scottsdale, AZ

2020 On-Site Employee Health Clinics Congress

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About the Conference

Join a growing list of employers that have opened on-site health clinics in an effort to control the rising costs of their health benefit programs. Human resources, benefits and wellness leaders will discuss on-site clinics as a successful strategy in controlling health care costs, enabling easy access to medical services, improving employee health, enhancing engagement in worksite programs—and ultimately increasing employee productivity. You will also learn the benefits associated with expanding current on-site health clinics, and practical solutions to operate a cost-effective healthcare program while providing quality healthcare. Move beyond primary care, explore high-performance care models, efficiently engage employees to improve clinic utilization, and ensure employee health clinics align with health and wellness goals.

This is the only conference on On-Site Employee Health Clinics that will equip you and your organization with innovative practices, case studies, and tools to succeed with reducing healthcare costs, improving workforce health and productivity, and boosting employee engagement and satisfaction. By attending the 2018 On-Site Employee Health Clinics Congress, you will learn what highly regarded organizations are doing to improve employee population health and productivity.

Who Should Attend?

From Employers/Hospitals/Health Plans/Occupational Health

  • CEO’s/CFO’s/VP’s/COO
  • Human Resource Directors/Managers
  • Benefits Directors/Managers
  • Occupational Health
  • Wellness Directors
  • Medical Directors
  • Total Rewards
  • Worksite Center Directors
  • Benefit Plan Administrators
  • Telehealth Directors
  • Risk Manager
  • Operations Directors
  • Physicians
  • Director of Compensation
  • Safety Managers
  • Health Service Manager
  • Ambulatory Services
  • Clinic Directors
  • Risk Managers
  • Urgent Care Center Directors/Owners

From Vendors/Service Providers:

  • CEO’s/CFO’s
  • Business Development Directors
  • Sales Directors
  • Client Strategy
  • Consultants
  • Marketing Directors
  • Product Managers
  • Account Executives

Conference Agenda

Day One – Sunday, January 26, 2020

4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Exhibitor Set-Up

6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Cocktail and Networking 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

Leveraging Multi-Employer Strategies to Maximize Business Value

Learn how Meredith integrated health clinic operations following the acquisition of Time Inc. in 2018. Nurse Practitioner Teri Lukin and Registered Nurse Marci Cordaro will share best practices and lessons learned in this fun and engaging session. Attendees will gain an understanding of the impact of corporate culture on your health clinic strategy and how to leverage best practices to enhance your overall program and drive improved outcomes. The session will cover:

• Building a business case for an on-site health clinic and measuring outcomes
• Knowing which services to offer and defining eligibility
• Delivering services in-house versus outsourcing
• Integrating the health clinic with your employer wellness program

Marci Cordaro, RN, MSN
Manager, Employee Health and Wellness
Meredith Corporation

Teri Lukin, MS, FNP-BC, NC-BC
Director of Health Services
Meredith Corporation

9:00am – 9:45am

Instilling a Culture of Workplace Wellness

Not only can a focus on workplace wellbeing drive successful business strategy, it can also help organizations stand out in the competition to recruit and retain top talent. There are several steps business leaders can take to enhance workplace wellness. Business leadership needs to recognize that employee health is critical to achieving business objectives. Workplaces wellness leads to active, engaged employees and strengthens productivity. This session will present steps to create workplace environments that cultivate wellness to better position themselves for success moving forward.

Jim Bowers
Human Resources Director
City of Lenexa

Kristin Crow
Human Resources Manager
City of Lenexa

9:45am – 10:15am

Networking & Refreshments Break

10:15am – 11:00am

Occupational Health and Wellness Leading the Way in Transforming Healthcare Strategies for Optimal Outcomes

Patient/employee engagement is vital to any successful healthcare strategy. We will examine the success organizations are experiencing in building a culture of health and wellness by looking at one employer’s comprehensive occupational health and wellness programs and services that combine onsite, offsite or virtual clinics focused on an overall population health management model health promotion in addition to disease management and the overall impact this had provided for individual patients as well as partner corporations. Results of effective programs, including health assessment data, direct feedback and other data sources will be discussed. Key takeaways include:

- Integrating prevention and wellness into the business strategy
- Engagement and implementation strategies
- ROI and meaningful outcomes

Kathleen Herath
Assistant Vice President Wellbeing and Safety
Nationwide

11:00am – 11:45am

Setting the Foundation to Build and Develop and Innovative Onsite Health Clinic

Onsite clinics are all unique, reflecting the geography, demographics, culture and clinical needs of the employer and its workers, as well as the medical resources available in the local community. Each clinic should be customized to meet the needs of a specific organization and employer benefit strategies. These must be reflective of the objectives of the sponsoring employer and the medical needs of the population (i.e., improving health and productivity of employees, meeting OSHA medical surveillance requirements, reducing medical expenses, offering convenient access to providers). This session will address how to set the foundation to build a successful onsite health clinic that is right for your organization.

Rebecca M. Jahandari, RN
Health and Safety Directorate, Nurse Manager
World Bank Group

11:45am – 12:30pm

Expanding an On-Site Clinic – Best Project Management Techniques to Embrace and Those to Avoid

In this session, attendees will learn how to develop a project management design that aligns onsite clinic goals to business strategy. This process begins by understanding business interests so that evaluation criteria can be identified, quantified and qualified to ensure all stones are turned-over so that we maximize limited resources within a defined time-line and project scope. We will discuss what criteria to consider and what to avoid when expanding onsite clinic services and how to plan using effective project management techniques so that you stay on budget, on-time and on-target. By optimizing project management processes we will learn how to manage expectations to ensure all stakeholders remain engaged and supportive of your project.

Russell DuBose
Human Resources Director
Phifer Incorporated

12:30pm – 1:30pm

Lunch

1:30pm – 2:15pm

Case Study: How Failing Made Us Successful: Using Data to Drive Awareness, Education and Relationships in the Workplace

The purpose of this fun and fast paced, interactive session is to provide simple yet practical solutions to improve health outcomes and contain healthcare costs. Most programs are good at collecting data, but they don't know what to do with it. This session will give you the tools and confidence to take action and create change to improve out of control costs. You will learn to use what you have to get what you need.
Learning Objectives:

1. List the three main types of data and how to effectively use each to improve outcomes while containing cost.
2. Analyze two pros and cons of data management done in-house vs. outsourcing
3. List three simple strategies to keep your data secure: small things are bigger than you think.

Jayme Mayo
PA-C/Wellness Director
Nabholz Construction

2:15pm – 3:15pm

Panel: Employee Engagement Strategies

This panel will discuss innovative ways to effectively engage and incentive employees to utilize onsite health centers. Topics to be discussed will include:

- Creative way to encourage appropriate utilization
- Programs that reward employees for measurable health improvements
- Incentives, awareness programs and online resources that ease scheduling

Panelists:
Renee Holland
Director, Employee Health Services
Sandia National Laboratories

Ron Joines, MD, MPH
Global Lead: Global Associate Health and Wellbeing
Mars, Inc.

Natalie Roberts
Senior Vice President
Monarch Beverage

3:15pm – 3:45pm

Networking & Refreshments Break

3:45pm – 4:30pm

Samantha Lodish

Wake Forest Baptist Health

4:30pm – 5:15pm

Virtual Care: Employees Accessing Healthcare on their Terms

The healthcare system can be very confusing when it comes to seeking care. As employees look for a seamless experience that enables them to access health care on their terms, virtual care is very effective. This session will discuss how an employer leverages telemedicine to guide employees and their family members through a complex medical system. Having options for employees and their family members to get non-emergency visits wherever they are and whenever they need it is beyond convenient. We will also discuss the many different communication techniques used to engage employees and their family members.

Lola Chriss
Director of Benefits
Arcosa, Inc.

5:15pm

End of Day One

Day Three – Tuesday, January 28, 2020

7:15am – 8:00am

Networking Breakfast

8:00am – 8:15am

Chairperson’s Recap

8:15am – 9:00am

Transitioning Your Center into a Patient-Centered Medical Home

How do you move beyond treating a condition to caring for a patient? How to you leverage technology, data and patient care to improve outcomes? How do you move beyond primary care to leverage your facilities to provide specialist level services? After 10 years of onsite primary care, Metro Nashville Schools continues to expand its practice and approach as they work with their partners to develop integrated care centers.

David Hines
Executive Director of Employee Benefits
Metro Nashville Public Schools

9:00am – 9:45am

Employer Collaboratives: Sharing the Cost of Running a Clinic and Pharmacy

While companies appreciate the value of employer-provided health and wellness benefits, many are slow to begin an onsite or near-site clinic because of the high initial investment. Central Louisiana uses a unique approach in offsetting the cost of running the clinic, improving occupational health services, and implementing holistic wellness programs through employer partnerships. Hear how three companies, both self-insured and fully-insured, share resources and work together to meet the needs of their diverse employee base. Also, learn how adding a pharmacy enhanced patient satisfaction, reduced pharmaceutical expenses, and improved employee engagement.

Diane Davidson
Director of Employee Benefits
RoyOMartin

9:45am – 10:30am

The Journey of a Successful Comprehensive Primary Care Clinic in the Workplace

This presentation will introduce you to the Health & Well-being Centers at Target’s Corporate Headquarters, established in 2013, and the learnings in developing and operating a comprehensive primary care clinic within the workplace. Using population health analysis and management along with a coordinated care approach, Target and HealthPartners/Park Nicollet have been successful partners in the design, operation, and delivery of comprehensive primary care onsite for Corporate Target employees and their dependents. This model of care has improved population health outcomes as seen in biometric data, overall cost of care through claims, and ultimately reducing the skyrocketing costs of chronic disease management. Serving the needs and wants of Target employees continues to be a focus, driving its program development, specialty care offerings, innovation, and educational opportunities within the clinics and corporation. The intentional design of the clinics, and the importance in choice of provider/vendor organization, along with the use of incentives to improve engagement will be reviewed. From cost of care, clinical quality measurement, specialty management, telemedicine offerings, to continued innovation, this session will be an overview of how this onsite health clinic and partnership has improved population outcomes and ultimately helped foster an improved culture of health and wellness in the workplace.

Britta Reierson, MD
Clinic Medical Director – Corporate Clinics
Target Health and Well-being Center
Park Nicollet Clinic, Department Family of Medicine

10:30am – 11:00am

Networking & Refreshments Break

11:00am – 11:45am

Deciding What Services to Offer

The scope of services offered at onsite health clinics varies, with most offering at least urgent care but many providing broader services. Many clinics are often referred to as “health and wellness centers,” due to the wide range of primary, specialty, first aid, occupational health, acute, condition management, wellness and ancillary services offered. This session will help guide you in determining what services to offer at your onsite health clinic.

Kerri Ploeg
Corporate Health Manager, Employee Health Services
HermanMiller

11:45am – 12:30pm

How to Effectively Manage Costs and Attain ROI

It is challenging to improve your employees’ health and wellness while controlling health care costs and maintaining a productive workplace. Onsite clinics that offer a wide variety of management programs, health services and wellness programs can help improve the health of an organization’s employee population and minimize healthcare costs. This session will address how onsite health clinics can help employers rein in their healthcare spending, while at the same time optimizing employee health outcomes.

Mickey Hall
Deputy Director of Schools
Wilson County Schools

12:30pm

Conference Concludes

Workshop – Tuesday, January 28, 2020

12:45pm – 2:45pm

Onsite Clinic Management Models: How to Determine What Model is Right for Your Organization

There are different onsite-health clinic models employers can choose to build, design and manage their clinic: employer-managed, vendor-managed, provider-managed, or a combination of these models. An employer can operate the clinic itself, hiring the staff as its own employees. However, most employers don’t want to take on the compliance, staffing and management tasks so instead they choose to outsource these services. The vast majority of clinics are contracted out to a third-party vendor. In addition, employee onsite health clinics are now run by hospitals or physician groups, who use or hire their own clinic and administrative staffs or utilize existing provider facilities to serve the employee population. Finally, an increasing number of employers are participating in shared, multi-employer clinics, located either on one employer’s location or centrally located. These may be owned by the employers or the employers could contract with a provider or outside vendor who specializes in this type of center. The vendor will build, staff and manage the facility either at the request of a group of employers or will solicit employers in a specified geographic area. This workshop will help you determine which onsite health clinic model is right for your organization, as well as how to remain engaged regardless of which model you choose, provider selection, center oversight, strategy and policy direction.

Jeanne Griffin, RN, BS, MPH
Principal, Healthcare Practice Lead
Buck

Featured Speakers

Marci Cordaro, RN, MSN

Marci Cordaro, RN, MSN

Manager, Employee Health and Wellness

Meredith Corporation

Teri Lukin, MS, FNP-BC, NC-BC

Teri Lukin, MS, FNP-BC, NC-BC

Director of Health Services

Meredith Corporation

Jim Bowers

Jim Bowers

Human Resources Director

City of Lenexa

Kristin Crow

Kristin Crow

Human Resources Manager

City of Lenexa

Kathleen Herath

Kathleen Herath

Assistant Vice President Wellbeing and Safety

Nationwide

Rebecca M. Jahandari, RN

Rebecca M. Jahandari, RN

Health and Safety Directorate, Nurse Manager

World Bank Group

Russell DuBose

Russell DuBose

Human Resources Director

Phifer Incorporated

Jayme Mayo

Jayme Mayo

PA-C/Wellness Director

Nabholz Construction

Renee Holland

Renee Holland

Director, Employee Health Services

Sandia National Laboratories

Ron Joines, MD, MPH

Ron Joines, MD, MPH

Global Lead: Global Associate Health and Wellbeing

Mars, Inc.

Natalie Roberts

Natalie Roberts

Senior Vice President

Monarch Beverage

Samantha Lodish

Samantha Lodish

Administrative Manager, Employee Health

Wake Forest Baptist Health

Lola Chriss

Lola Chriss

Director of Benefits

Arcosa, Inc.

David Hines

David Hines

Executive Director of Employee Benefits

Metro Nashville Public Schools

Diane Davidson

Diane Davidson

Director of Employee Benefits

RoyOMartin

Britta Reierson, MD

Britta Reierson, MD

Clinic Medical Director – Corporate Clinics

Target Health and Well-being Center
Park Nicollet Clinic, Department Family of Medicine

Kerri Ploeg

Kerri Ploeg

Corporate Health Manager, Employee Health Services

Herman Miller

Mickey Hall

Mickey Hall

Deputy Director of Schools

Wilson County Schools

Jeanne Griffin, RN, BS, MPH

Jeanne Griffin, RN, BS, MPH

Principal, Healthcare Practice Lead

Buck

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

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Sponsors and Exhibitors

Refreshment Sponsor

 

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.

 

Exhibitor(s)

 

OnSite Care 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.

 

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.

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  • Cancellations received 4 weeks prior to the event will receive a refund minus the administration fee of $225. Cancellation received less than 4 weeks prior to the event will receive a credit to a future event valid for one year.

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  • Business casual. Meeting rooms can sometimes be cold so we recommend a sweater or light jacket

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