Monday, September 26, 2011

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Wellness Incentives: The Third Pillar of Engagement
David Anderson, Ph.D., SVP and Chief Health Officer/Co-Founder, STAYWELL HEALTH MANAGEMENT

For employers pursuing a high-performance culture, population health is a strategic imperative and employee engagement is a critical success factor. Until recently, typical incentives in wellness and health management were tokens or small monetary awards, which had only a modest impact on participation. Employers are now implementing robust incentives integrated into their health benefit designs and human resource strategies. These emerging approaches are having a profound impact on participation and, when well-designed, engagement are the outcomes. -Compare a range of emerging incentive strategies -Review case study findings -Discover what is known and not known about effective use of incentives

2:30 PM - 3:25 PM
The Key to Unlocking the Consumer-Driven Marketplace: An In-Depth Review of the Tools and Strategies Needed to Succeed
Scott Mardis, Field Development Director, KEMPER BENEFITS

Take an in-depth review of the consumer-driven landscape and demonstrate how brokers can leverage relationships with experienced voluntary benefits companies and agents to generate new business. -CDHC Overview: Options, opportunities, and what’s new following the passage of HCR legislation -Why voluntary benefits matter, and why the future of CDHPs will rely heavily on VBs -Evolving needs of brokers and agents as they transition their blocks of business to CDHPs -Strategies and tools you can use to succeed with these plans

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Wellness Program Selection: The Right One for the Right Client
Chris Skisak, Ph.D., VP Health & Productivity Analytics, UNITED WELLNESS GROUP
Sachin Shah, MBA, President and Chief Customer Officer, UNITED WELLNESS GROUP
Lara Bunn, Wellness Consultant, USI SOUTHWEST

This presentation will focus on driving your client's health management strategy by utilizing the latest techniques in health and productivity claims analytics. Specifically it will focus on how this should best be done, what trends to look out for, and how this should be integrated in to an organization's health management strategy. -If you’re not already using analytics to help run your business, you’re missing out critical information important to an origination’s success -Session will take claim data and do a live analysis and process demonstration -Such detailed assessments have a far reaching and long–lasting impact.