Know & Go!
Wellness for Life
Steve Little
President & Chief Executive Officer
Agnesian HealthCare
Benefits of a Healthy Workforce
 Better associate morale

 More productive and efficient associates
 Improved life bala...
Future Health &
Wellness Initiatives
 Continued incentives for healthy living
 Nutrition, spiritual well-being, physical...
Associate Know & Go
Jayne Tettenborn
Chrissy Boe
Agnesian HealthCare Wellness Coordinators
2013 Program
Participation Results
 HRA completion = 3,793
(associates & spouses)
2013 Program
Participation Results
 Biometric Participation = 3,355

(associates & spouses)
89 percent of health
plan par...
2013 Program Participation
 Workshops = 1,218
 Challenges
 Scavenger Hunt = 88
 Let’s Get Physical = 253

 Bike-to-Wo...
2013 Biometric Screen Results
BMI

Blood Pressure

Low Risk
(18.5-24.9)
12%

28%

40%

Low Risk
(<120/80)
48%

32%

Modera...
2013 Biometric Screen Results
Total Cholesterol

Glucose

Low Risk
(70-99)

Low Risk
(<200)
13%

32%

21%

5%
Moderate Ris...
2013 Biometric Screen Results
Tobacco

11%

Low Risk (Negative)
High Risk (Positive)
89%
2014 Wellness Program
 Outcome-based program
Stand Up and Try This
Exercise With Me
The 12 Days of Christmas - Zone Style
Janelle Baldwin
PTA, CWT, STS, CSCI, CWP, CWC...
On the first day of Christmas,
Steve Little gave to us…
 A Partridge near a palm tree

(march in place)
On the second day of
Christmas, Steve Little gave to
us…
 Two turtle doves (chicken

dance arms)
and
 A Partridge near a...
On the third day of
Christmas, Steve Little gave to
us…
 Three French maids (shimmy to floor)
 Two turtle doves (chicken...
On the fourth day of
Christmas, Steve Little gave to
us…
 Four calling birds (phone hands)
 Three French maids (shimmy t...
On the fifth day of Christmas,
Steve Little gave to us…
 Five onion rings (rub belly)
 Four calling birds (phone hands)
...
On the sixth day of Christmas,
Steve Little gave to us…
 Six players checking (bump your neighbor)
 Five onion rings (ru...
On the seventh day of Christmas,
Steve Little gave to us…
 Seven swans a swimming (swim arms)
 Six players checking (bum...
On the eighth day of Christmas,
Steve Little gave to us…
 Eight maids a milking (squat and milk)
 Seven swans a swimming...
On the ninth day of Christmas,
Steve Little gave to us…
 Nine ladies dancing (do the twist)
 Eight maids a milking (squa...
On the 10TH day of Christmas,
Steve Little gave to us…
 Ten lords a leaping (jump in place)
 Nine ladies dancing (do the...
On the 11TH day of Christmas,
Steve Little gave to us…
 Eleven peeps a peeping (beak hands)
 Ten lords a leaping (jump i...
On the 12TH day of Christmas,
Steve Little gave to us…
 Twelve drummers drumming (drum arms)
 Eleven peeps a peeping (be...
Wellness for Life
Heather Schmidt, DO
Health and Wellness Medical Director
Fond du Lac Regional Clinic West
Family Medicin...
Tips for Winter Wellness
Happy Holidays…
 The time of year that can lead to too much

Holiday Cheer…
 How do I stay healthy during the holiday se...
Staying Healthy An Apple A Day…
 Bundle up and keep

warm!
 Dress in layers in loose-

fitting, tightly woven
clothing
An Apple A Day and…
 Wash your hands!
 Cover that cough!
An Apple A Day and…


Prevent injuries  Watch your children
 Drive safely

 Designate a driver
 Fire safety
“It’s the most, wonderful
time of the year.”
 Stress levels run high during the holidays
 2011 APA Stress in America sur...
Holiday Eating Survival 101
 Start your day with a 30-minute workout
 Remember the Healthy Plate
 Fill up on fruits and...
What If I’M Hosting The Party?
 Serve lighter fare to avoid sleepy guests
 Carb-laden meals will lead to post-meal nappi...
Look Out 2014…
Here I Come!!
New Year’s Resolutions
That Work
 Pile on the veggies
 Experiment with whole grains
 Eat less meat
 Tame your sweet to...
Most Importantly
 Remember the…

Reason for the season
 Remember to…
Celebrate friends and family
 Remember that…
You h...
References
 www.CDC.gov/family/holiday
 www.CDC.gov/features/diabetesmanagment/index.html
Thank You!
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Agnesian HealthCare Know & Go Showcase: Wellness for Life

  1. 1. Know & Go! Wellness for Life Steve Little President & Chief Executive Officer Agnesian HealthCare
  2. 2. Benefits of a Healthy Workforce  Better associate morale  More productive and efficient associates  Improved life balance  Less absenteeism  Fewer work-related injuries  Better associate retention  Reduced healthcare cost and improved operating performance
  3. 3. Future Health & Wellness Initiatives  Continued incentives for healthy living  Nutrition, spiritual well-being, physical activity  Weight management programs  Healthy cooking classes  Continued commitment to improving community health  Healthy living education
  4. 4. Associate Know & Go Jayne Tettenborn Chrissy Boe Agnesian HealthCare Wellness Coordinators
  5. 5. 2013 Program Participation Results  HRA completion = 3,793 (associates & spouses)
  6. 6. 2013 Program Participation Results  Biometric Participation = 3,355 (associates & spouses) 89 percent of health plan participants completed the HRA and biometric screen
  7. 7. 2013 Program Participation  Workshops = 1,218  Challenges  Scavenger Hunt = 88  Let’s Get Physical = 253  Bike-to-Work Week = 85  Health Coaching  184 participants  435 Sessions
  8. 8. 2013 Biometric Screen Results BMI Blood Pressure Low Risk (18.5-24.9) 12% 28% 40% Low Risk (<120/80) 48% 32% Moderate Risk (17.5-18.4, 25-29.9) High Risk (<17.5, > 29.9) 40% Moderate Risk (120-139/80-89) High Risk (>139/90)
  9. 9. 2013 Biometric Screen Results Total Cholesterol Glucose Low Risk (70-99) Low Risk (<200) 13% 32% 21% 5% Moderate Risk (100-125) 55% Moderate Risk (200-239) 74% High Risk (>125) High Risk (>239)
  10. 10. 2013 Biometric Screen Results Tobacco 11% Low Risk (Negative) High Risk (Positive) 89%
  11. 11. 2014 Wellness Program  Outcome-based program
  12. 12. Stand Up and Try This Exercise With Me The 12 Days of Christmas - Zone Style Janelle Baldwin PTA, CWT, STS, CSCI, CWP, CWC Lead Fitness Trainer at the ZONE
  13. 13. On the first day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  14. 14. On the second day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  Two turtle doves (chicken dance arms) and  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  15. 15. On the third day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  Three French maids (shimmy to floor)  Two turtle doves (chicken dance arms) and  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  16. 16. On the fourth day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  Four calling birds (phone hands)  Three French maids (shimmy to floor)  Two turtle doves (chicken dance arms) and  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  17. 17. On the fifth day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  Five onion rings (rub belly)  Four calling birds (phone hands)  Three French maids (shimmy to floor)  Two turtle doves (chicken dance arms) and  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  18. 18. On the sixth day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  Six players checking (bump your neighbor)  Five onion rings (rub belly)  Four calling birds (phone hands)  Three French maids (shimmy to floor)  Two turtle doves (chicken dance arms) and  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  19. 19. On the seventh day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  Seven swans a swimming (swim arms)  Six players checking (bump your neighbor)  Five onion rings (rub belly)  Four calling birds (phone hands)  Three French maids (shimmy to floor)  Two turtle doves (chicken dance arms) and  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  20. 20. On the eighth day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  Eight maids a milking (squat and milk)  Seven swans a swimming (swim arms)  Six players checking (bump your neighbor)  Five onion rings (rub belly)  Four calling birds (phone hands)  Three French maids (shimmy to floor)  Two turtle doves (chicken dance arms) and  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  21. 21. On the ninth day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  Nine ladies dancing (do the twist)  Eight maids a milking (squat and milk)  Seven swans a swimming (swim arms)  Six players checking (bump your neighbor)  Five onion rings (rub belly)  Four calling birds (phone hands)  Three French maids (shimmy to floor)  Two turtle doves (chicken dance arms) and  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  22. 22. On the 10TH day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  Ten lords a leaping (jump in place)  Nine ladies dancing (do the twist)  Eight maids a milking (squat and milk)  Seven swans a swimming (swim arms)  Six players checking (bump your neighbor)  Five onion rings (rub belly)  Four calling birds (phone hands)  Three French maids (shimmy to floor)  Two turtle doves (chicken dance arms) and  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  23. 23. On the 11TH day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  Eleven peeps a peeping (beak hands)  Ten lords a leaping (jump in place)  Nine ladies dancing (do the twist)  Eight maids a milking (squat and milk)  Seven swans a swimming (swim arms)  Six players checking (bump your neighbor)  Five onion rings (rub belly)  Four calling birds (phone hands)  Three French maids (shimmy to floor)  Two turtle doves (chicken dance arms) and  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  24. 24. On the 12TH day of Christmas, Steve Little gave to us…  Twelve drummers drumming (drum arms)  Eleven peeps a peeping (beak hands)  Ten lords a leaping (jump in place)  Nine ladies dancing (do the twist)  Eight maids a milking (squat and milk)  Seven swans a swimming (swim arms)  Six players checking (bump your neighbor)  Five onion rings (rub belly)  Four calling birds (phone hands)  Three French maids (shimmy to floor)  Two turtle doves (chicken dance arms) and  A Partridge near a palm tree (march in place)
  25. 25. Wellness for Life Heather Schmidt, DO Health and Wellness Medical Director Fond du Lac Regional Clinic West Family Medicine
  26. 26. Tips for Winter Wellness
  27. 27. Happy Holidays…  The time of year that can lead to too much Holiday Cheer…  How do I stay healthy during the holiday season?  Holiday Eating Survival 101  How do I make New Year resolutions that I can stick with?
  28. 28. Staying Healthy An Apple A Day…  Bundle up and keep warm!  Dress in layers in loose- fitting, tightly woven clothing
  29. 29. An Apple A Day and…  Wash your hands!  Cover that cough!
  30. 30. An Apple A Day and…  Prevent injuries  Watch your children  Drive safely  Designate a driver  Fire safety
  31. 31. “It’s the most, wonderful time of the year.”  Stress levels run high during the holidays  2011 APA Stress in America survey - 22 percent of Americans with “extreme” level of stress  Take time for yourself  Have realistic expectations  Remember what’s important  Volunteer  Seek support if you are struggling
  32. 32. Holiday Eating Survival 101  Start your day with a 30-minute workout  Remember the Healthy Plate  Fill up on fruits and vegetables  NEVER show up hungry!  Eat a snack before you go, or plan one of your meals around your holiday gathering  Liquid calories count  Know your limit and remember to hydrate
  33. 33. What If I’M Hosting The Party?  Serve lighter fare to avoid sleepy guests  Carb-laden meals will lead to post-meal napping  Separate the food from the fellowship  Make it easier to avoid mindless snacking and serving ‘seconds’  Use smaller plates and utensils  Follow food safety tips  Refill platters often  Avoid leaving perishable foods out for more than two hours
  34. 34. Look Out 2014… Here I Come!!
  35. 35. New Year’s Resolutions That Work  Pile on the veggies  Experiment with whole grains  Eat less meat  Tame your sweet tooth  The average American consumes 22 teaspoons of sugar daily  Move a little more
  36. 36. Most Importantly  Remember the… Reason for the season  Remember to… Celebrate friends and family  Remember that… You have a purpose - make sure you know it!
  37. 37. References  www.CDC.gov/family/holiday  www.CDC.gov/features/diabetesmanagment/index.html
  38. 38. Thank You!

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