JustStand Summit 2012 - Morning Panel

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JustStand Summit 2012 - Morning Panel

  1. 1. PANELSHARE! hashtag #jss12 or @ergotron
  2. 2. INTRODUCINGDr. James Levine Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  3. 3. National Geographic News& USA Today Chair sentence Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  4. 4. Science Solution Solution(s)
  5. 5. Scalability:Component development Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  6. 6. J Phys Act Health. 2009;6:781
  7. 7. LevineWork 34:359
  8. 8. Office of the future ?NASA “Designs of the future” 2005
  9. 9. Strategic Partnerships…. Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  10. 10. Strategic Partnerships….
  11. 11. Treadmill Working
  12. 12. Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  13. 13. Scalability: Professionalize= consumer-ready Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  14. 14. The Movie
  15. 15. The BookCrownRandom houseJanuary 2009
  16. 16. The App Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  17. 17. N=7,433Walk ‘n play4 months 7,543 users6 months 28,000 users
  18. 18. Levine BMJ 295: 3693 months 3,500 users
  19. 19. The Device Gruve
  20. 20. The Suit
  21. 21. Scalability:Deployment: work Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  22. 22. Office of the Exercise Meetings & equipment performance proximally appraisals: future located On The Move Centralize Comprehensive trash health Ban delivery/plans Email for certain Stand time using periods phone Mark walking trails Encourage peopleto socialize, visit each others 5-10 min desk & “have a laugh” hourly breaks
  23. 23. Optimized Measurement
  24. 24. NEAT – Personalized Workplace Support
  25. 25. Deployment Planning Platforms Management, law + ROI (economics) + health care systems + Behavior quality of life science + exercise Technology +physiology + Record systems + medical Mobile platform + E-presence
  26. 26. Scalability:Deployment: school Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  27. 27. Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  28. 28. School of the Future?
  29. 29. NEATKcal/hour200 Lean Overweight150100 50 0 Sitting Traditional Eye toy Dance video game revolution Lanningham-Foster Pediatrics 2007
  30. 30. Scalability:Deployment: Health care Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  31. 31. Obesity in the context of healthcare• OBESITY • 24 million Americans • $218 billion health care• Diabetes • 86% not on insulin• Hypertension • $5,000-$8,000/patient/year• Lipids• Cardiovascular• Preventative services – smoking, alcohol, vaccine Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  32. 32. Personal Health Module #1 ‘My Health Concierge’ Secure web-based portal Module #2 Weight, nutrition, activity: ‘My Body’ Wearable micro-electronic device Module #3: Module #4: Module #5: Module #6: Module #7: Module #8: Module #9:Pre-diabetes Diabetes Immunology Smoking Hyperlipidemia Hypertension Bone health Wearable micro-electronic device linked to, ‘My Health Concierge’ Scalable on-site provider Virtual Clinic eConsult On-site physician clinic
  33. 33. Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic
  34. 34. Thank You
  35. 35. INTRODUCING Dr. Kevin McCabe Sentenced to the Chair:The most dangerous thing you’ll do all day Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  36. 36. Aquatic Center Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  37. 37. Gymnasium Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  38. 38. Fitness Center Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  39. 39. Fitness Center Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  40. 40. Shape of Things to Come Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  41. 41. Sentenced to the Chair SITTINGIS A PUBLIC HEALTH RISK EXERCISE DOES NOT OFFSET IT! Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  42. 42. TrendsPrevalence of Sedentary, Light & ModerateIntensity Occupations from 1960-2008 Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  43. 43. We haven’t always been… Sentenced to the Chair… Humans have evolved over 1.5 million years entirely on the ability to walk and move. Just 150 years ago 90% of human endeavor was agriculture. Now most westerners sit 8.9 hours per day. Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  44. 44. Estimated Median and RangePhysical Activity Intensity and Caloric Expenditure ofeach Occupation Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  45. 45. We haven’t always been… Sentenced to the Chair…Compare typical activity today to that of a populationsegment that continues to maintain an active, laborintense lifestyle:  Amish men take 19,000 steps per day  Amish women take 14,000 steps per day  Average American takes between 2000-3000 steps per day Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  46. 46. Sedentary TimeOwen N et al. Mayo Clinic Proc. 2010;85:1138-1141 © 2010 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  47. 47. Definition of an Active Life“Regular exercising is not the same as being active.” Dr. Peter Katzmarzyk, Professor Pennington Biomedical Research Center Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  48. 48. Health ConsequencesWhat are the health consequences of too much sitting?  Higher mortality  Higher heart disease rates  Higher risk of diabetes  Higher cancer risks  Higher triglyceride & cholesterol levels  Weight gain  Higher neck, shoulder, back problems Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  49. 49. Is there a Cure? “The cure for sitting too much is not more exercise. Exercise is good, but the averageperson can never exercise enough to counteract the effect of hours and hours of sitting.” Marc Hamilton, Ph.D. Pennington Biomedical Research Center Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  50. 50. Thank YouSentenced to the Chair:The most dangerous thing you’ll do all day Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson
  51. 51. INTRODUCING Lori NicholsonHealthAhead & Standing at the Office Lori Nicholson, GE Healthcare
  52. 52. HealthAhead Initiative What is HealthAhead?Corporate Initiative to improve health and wellness of GEemployees and their families Nutrition Physical Activity Stress Reduction Prevention and Screenings Safety Tobacco Cessation Wellness Program linked to Health Insurance Lori Nicholson, GE Healthcare
  53. 53. Corporate CommitmentOn Site Cafes must provide healthy food • Nutrition labels on all prepared foods • Low Fat, Low Salt OptionsToken Program • Good food choices = tokens that can be used for healthy foodOnsite Fitness Center • Free to employees • Three full time trainers • Specialty Classes • Neck and Shoulder massages Lori Nicholson, GE Healthcare
  54. 54. Improving Consumer Knowledge Free Health Coach Prevention Reduce emergency Services and room visits Screenings Provide guidance Lifestyle Coaching Treatment Cost Nutrition Calculator Stress Help compare cost of medical decisions Exercise Smoking Cessation Lori Nicholson, GE Healthcare
  55. 55. Why offer Standing WorkstationsSupports Corporate Vision Our Demographics Business Case GE encourages employees  1700 Employees  Ergonomic Team to be active  >99% are in offices or  Seventeen people trained to Employees with some cubicles do ergonomic assessments conditions are  Office ergonomic risks are  Opportunity to Instruct More comfortable with our biggest concern employees on Ergonomics flexibility to stand  Affordable Price Point Evidence that sitting is detrimental to our health Lori Nicholson, GE Healthcare
  56. 56. Our Process Evaluation •EmployeeEmployee Ergo Team requests Re- Employee requests member is workstation Manager Facilities evaluate orders a an Ergo deployed •May help Approves Installs and with a health workstationEvaluation instruct condition Lori Nicholson, GE Healthcare
  57. 57. Who Stood First – Early Adopters Wellness Medical Need I Know BetterEmployees that are very active Employees with Employees that Employees that physical condition have come from awant to lose weight where standing is location whereEmployees that are beneficial they previouslyworking to change stood their physical wellbeing Lori Nicholson, GE Healthcare
  58. 58. Our Progress Today40+ units installed - Growing DailyEmployees that have units LOVE STANDING! Managers ExecutivesCross Section of Users HR Admin’s Call CenterBeginning to offer this to our remote workforceMany other GE Healthcare and GE Businesses areasking us to help them get started Lori Nicholson, GE Healthcare
  59. 59. Overcoming ChallengesInitial resistance from our Facilities Team • Cubicle Size (cubes are 8x8) • Installation • Storage Solution: Let customers have a voice Developed a process for installation So far, all units are in use not in storageInternal GE Order Process: • Difficult for employees to execute • Not all employees have access Solution: Worked with Internal Catalog team to get it on a punch-out site Lori Nicholson, GE Healthcare
  60. 60. Thank You Lori Nicholson, GE Healthcare
  61. 61. INTRODUCING Stephen WitteAPPROVING the ACTIVE WORKPLACE Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  62. 62. Observations: The Cultural ContextLean practice preserving value with less work, space, capital and timeCurrent stats fewer workers, increased productivity, eventual pushback Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  63. 63. Observations: The Cultural ContextEvolving work styles groups, teams, collaboration; wider age rangeEvolving workplaces re-interpreting open plan functions and products Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  64. 64. Observations: The Cultural ContextBuilding green sustainable building materials and furnishingsReducing toxins lowering levels of VOCs, formaldehyde; eliminating toxins Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  65. 65. PivotPoint: The Health OpportunityCommon mindset optimum static posture for long working hoursChangeable effect consequences of sedentary work styles Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  66. 66. Focus: The Active Workplace Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  67. 67. Focus: The Active Workplace1st point Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  68. 68. Focus: The Active Workplace Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  69. 69. Focus: The Active Workplace Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  70. 70. Focus: The Active Workplace Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  71. 71. Focus: The Active Workplace Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  72. 72. Focus: The Active Workplace1st point Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  73. 73. Focus: The Active Workplace Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  74. 74. Solutions: A Common Language$175 - $2,485 annual cost of obesity among individual full-time employees$285,000 annual cost of obesity for a workforce of 1,000 employees21% increased medical/absenteeism cost from 3% employed population Finkelstein, Fiebelkorn and Wang. 2005. Am J Health Promotion Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  75. 75. Solutions: A Common Language3X increase MSD cost for employees in non-adjustable workstations20X increase Work related MSD cost for employees in non-adjustable workstations10 years Adjustable furniture service life for increased savings Three year review, 6,200 employees of American Express Kay. 2011. The Ergonomics Report Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  76. 76. Solutions: A Common Language$164,000 1.7 years payback | LEED Certified | $10.7m project$165,000 3.9 years payback | LEED Certified | $11.7m project$1.3m 8 years payback | LEED Platinum | $14.3m project Nassis and Dunn. 2008. Moseley Architects. GreenSource.com Lee. Larsenallen.com Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  77. 77. Solutions: A Common Language$160,000 73 days payback| 4 hours daily use $81,500 avg yearly compensation$120,000 55 days payback| 4 hours daily use $81,500 avg yearly compensation$40,000 18 days payback| 4 hours daily use $81,500 avg yearly compensation Considers productivity gains by individual and company; Gains measured in days and currency Ergotron WorkFit Payback Calculator, Ergotron.com Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  78. 78. Solutions: A Common Language Organizational stress ergonomics, ergonomic training reduces factors Stress drives cost medical, worker’s comp, absenteeism, productivity Ergonomic workstations directly reduce strain, increase fit and control Miles and Perrewe. 2011. J Applied Social Psychology Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.
  79. 79. Thank You Stephen Witte switte@stephenwitte.com SHAPE ENVIRONMENTS Fil Anastasio fanastasio@shp.com Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte & Assoc.

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