Employers are faced with serious workforce challenges - from rising healthcare costs to meeting individual needs while facilitating access to the right care. How do you overcome these challenges and ensure you are targeting the right issues to see a return on investment?
Join us to learn about the latest trends in healthcare innovation, employee benefits and data analytics. And explore how a total health management approach can help your organization find success through employee wellbeing.
Organizational Success Through Individual Wellbeing
In the employees’ eyes, a benefit does not exist if it’s too difficult to access or understand. We can help shape and define how you, the employer, connect with your employees, manage costs and deliver value to your workforce.
At The Future of Healthcare event, our thought leaders will reveal how employers can leverage healthcare innovation and total health management strategies that can keep employees happier and more productive.
You will learn about the latest trends in healthcare innovation and benefits management from a trusted, proven source in healthcare benefits management. You will learn how taking a total health management approach to employee benefits will not only benefit your employees but also drive business results. Event attendees will:
- Discover what employees’ wellbeing goals are, what matters to them, and how your benefits approach can meet those needs.
- Learn why data analytics and evidence-based insights are critical to making the right decisions.
- Find out how to get started, and the important first steps you need to take now.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Business leaders, CEOs, CHROs, Senior HR professionals, benefits plan professionals.
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