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Creating Health Accountability through Benefit Design, Process, Programs, and Outcomes.
Date:December 5, 2012 at 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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Educational Webcast on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET
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"Creating Health Accountability through Benefit Design, Process, Programs, and Outcomes" presentation will outline the employer wellness initiatives and/or programs that do not work and reasons why they are not effective. More importantly, the focus will be on effective, results-driven employer wellness solutions that create health accountability in members. Health benefits are no longer an entitlement. Now members must be personally responsible for prevention, improved health, and outcomes.
This is a new, more aggressive approach to wellness focused on:
1. motivational benefit programs;
2.engagement rate of 90%;
3. onsite, face-to-face wellness coaches;
4. robust data integration systems based on employer's actual claims, employer reports, and web-based portals with HIPAA secure login for specific viewing;
5. enhanced pharmacy benefits.
Employees and spouses who are benefit-eligible complete various wellness requirements for eligibility into a richer, more superior health plan. Wellness activities, or requirements go beyond just labs/biometrics and health risk assessments. They focus on onsite face-to-face coaching, education, absence of nicotine through testing and physician screenings. Involving the member's physicians increases communication, partnership, and value-added services. Members discuss all wellness results with their physicians.
We will also look at the role this model has with healthcare reform or without healthcare reform. At the end of the day, the root issue for rising healthcare costs is an unhealthy and ineffectively managed population.
Participants will learn:
1. effective strategy for increasing wellness engagement rate and increasing savings;
2. effective strategy for creating personal health accountability;
3. how this ties into healthcare reform or no healthcare reform.
Who Should Participate
HR, Benefits, Executives, and any employee looking to get rid of ineffective wellness and add in effective, comprehensive programs!
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