In this fast-paced presentation, you will discover the 3 most dominant market trends in 2012 and how to make well-informed decisions to ensure a higher measureable ROI from your Screening and Wellness initiatives.
BioIQ, the leader in screening and wellness will show you where wellness is going in 2012 and beyond. This presentation will teach you how to create a culture of healthy living that generates higher return-on-investment (ROI). It will also cover the best incentive strategies and structures that can be immediately applied to boost engagement in your screening and/or wellness program. Finally, you’ll learn how to measure wellness ROI the easy way.
The wellness industry is rapidly evolving, and it is more critical than ever for HR professionals and wellness executives to understand and harness the latest trends and strategies to optimize their wellness efforts. Wellness goals are shifting from building a “Culture of Health” in the workplace, to building a culture of “Healthy Living.” This shift has definite implications for who employers need to engage in a wellness program, how to communicate more effectively, and which tools to use.
Within wellness, the use of incentives has been rapidly increasing over the past several years, which has produced a growing set of data from which companies and organizations can learn. Engagement strategies are increasingly using penalties, basing incentives on validated health data, and leveraging applied concepts from the field of Behavioral Psychology.
As the wellness industry has matured, the measurement of return-on-investment (ROI) from wellness activities has become paramount. Despite the emphasis on this metric, surveys indicate that organizations are not satisfied with their past ROI calculation exercises. BioIQ will discuss how to measure wellness activities and how to calculate ROI the easy way.
BioIQ will combine these 3 dominant wellness market trends in 2012 to show you how to produce the Escalating ROI Feedback Loop, a structure that increases engagement, ease-of-implementation, and higher ROI over time.
Lastly, you’ll receive a timely update on Health Care Reform and how it will impact your company in 2012.
Who Should Participate
Any HR professional or wellness executive
What You Will Learn
1. Learn where wellness is headed for 2012 and beyond
2. The easy way to measure wellness return-on-investment (ROI)
3. The best incentive structures and strategies to get optimal engagement
4. How to create a culture of health that generates the highest returns
BioIQ is a health improvement technology company that has implemented the industry’s first integrated, customizable and measurable approach to optimizing investments in corporate health and wellness programs.
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