- Language: English
- Published: October 2014
Workplace Wellness Management 2011: New Mandates, New Opportunities, New Directions
- ID: 1770526
- April 2011
- Region: North America
- 90 Minutes
- Managed Care Information Center
Workplace Wellness Management 2011: New Mandates, New Opportunities, New Direction - 90-Minute Professional Training Briefing On CD-Rom
What lies ahead for workplace wellness professionals? What will be your program strategy for 2011?
Are you ready for the many changes, requirements, challenges, and even opportunities to grow and enhance your workplace wellness program?
Wellness professionals have told us they are concerned about certain mandates, while others are excited about the real potential for strengthening and positioning their program for success.
From implementing the provisions of the Affordable Care Act, the healthcare reform wellness provisions, to preparing for strong health promotion advocacy efforts, and working for increases in your organization’s investment in your wellness program, and significant changes in the employee population, this exciting audio-webcast management education program is a must for professionals responsible for the management and administration of workplace wellness programs.
Because many wellness professionals we hear from are concerned with aspects of the new reform law, a portion of the program will be devoted to what’s in store like using health care reform to lead a health promotion strategy in your workforce and what should be done like substantiating your wellness program goals and objectives.
Discover the health promotion value chain and what it means in terms of challenges and success for your program.
Get insight into the employer objectives and issues driving wellness strategy.
Millennials, as they are often called, already make up greater than 20 percent of America’s workforce and are the fastest growing group of employees. Young people that make up Generation Y are far different than generations before them.
Discover how to engage this next generation of workers in your wellness program
And, at the other end of your employee population spectrum a larger part of today’s workforce is made up of older workers.
Find out how the best ways to adapt your programs needing to the realities of older workers and their needs.
Do not miss this exciting, information-packed wellness management education audio program on CD-Rom. Get the informational tools and insights to take your wellness program to even greater successes in the year ahead. The live webcast took place in January, 2011.
Our panel of presenters includes an outstanding mix of professionals, who will approach the business outlook for the year ahead from their different perspectives including wellness program managers, a wellness services company, professional, and the thought leader in the human resources and wellness field.
What You Will Learn:
- What You Can Expect with Health Care Reform This Year
- How To Use Health Reform To Lead A Health Promotion Strategy In Your Workforce
- The Fastest Growing Wellness Program Elements This Year
- New Data on The Use of Incentive Awards
- Measuring the Effectiveness of Incentive Awards
- How to Identify the Defining Characteristics of the Various Generations Comprising Today’s Workforce And What It Means For Your Program’s Success
- The Secrets To Developing Health Promotion Programs Suitable For a Multigenerational Workforce
- The Unique Health and Safety Needs of the Older Worker
- Potential Programming Strategies For This
- Program Measurement and Outcomes
- Measuring The Impact of Workplace Wellness
- Question and Answer Session
Who will Benefit From This Program:
- Workplace wellness managers-
- Wellness/health educators
- Health coordinators
- Human resources executives
- Risk managers
- Fitness center managers
- Health promotion directors
- Wellness coordinators
- Staff educators
- Employee assistance professionals
- Managed care organizations
- Health insurers
- Major employers
- Government employers
- Colleges and universities
- Operations managers
- Plant managers
- Exercise specialists
- Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation coordinators
- Employee health services managers
- Employee health nurse managers
- Occupational health directors
- Health systems administrators
- Disability managers
- Corporate fitness managers
- Managed care executives
- Disease management professionals
- Nurse managers
- Employee relations administrators and consultants
Benefits of this Professional Training Briefing:
- The most economical training available
- Specialized, focused information
- Low cost, team training
- Multiple team members can listen in
- Easy to participate - all you need is your computer with Internet connection
- No travel expenses
- No time away from the office SHOW LESS READ MORE >
Alice Burron, MS
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
Barry Hall, FSA
Principal, Clinical Healthcare and Global Technology Solutions
Bill McPeck, MSW
Director, Employee Health and Safety
Maine State Government
Brett Powell, CWPC
American Institute for Preventive Medicine