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New Strategies for the 21st Century: How to Invigorate Your Wellness Program and Identify New Goals and Objectives for the Future

New Strategies for the 21st Century: How to Invigorate Your Wellness Program and Identify New Goals and Objectives for the Future

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  • How integrating wellness and benefits can not only create a culture of wellness but can also result in more informed health consumers that care! This session will help participants not only understand theimportance of shifting their paradigm of “People are costlypatients” to one of creating a positive culture of holistic wellnessusing the “carrot” rather than the stick but also give you tools tomaximize the power of social networking. Two key questions; Why is a health and productivity model more effective in creating informed health consumersCan an employer really change behavior Four key take-awaysuccess factors you will get from attending this presentation:Colleen ReillyDirector of Wellness
  • A strong strategy of addressing the full continuum of health can result in break through results but it must also be complimented with policies, and governance.
  • Defining the goals and objectives and then pulling the strategic levers that are unique to the organization. Give the “change management” story of twinkies.
  • Making it integrated and easy for participants so they can navigate the medical maze with the right resources, tools and strategies at the right time.
  • Once you get the right strategy, framework and create an easy path for people to follow you have to realize behavior change is challenging.By going beyond just health and helping people understand their behavioral and emotional drivers you can help them start to understand why they are making the choices they are making. In addition it is not just about participation, but it is about engagement and how do you get people engaged is you start helping them get to be SELF LEADERS (who wants to be an informed health consumer), but everyone wants to be their own boss. Do people really care about their weight well if they did we would not have the obesity epidemic. Do people want to be HAPPY? Do they want to feel rewarded? Do they want a higher purpose. Absolutely and by looking at the total well-being we can get after that and help people start to become more intrinsically motivated.
  • Today you will walk away with what true Total Well-Being means and moving beyond a traditional wellness program that yields mild results to a high performance and high engagement strategy and we will showcase a client success story.
  • So how did we do it from a detailed perspective. Case Study: 2500 employeesStrategy To integrate wellness & benefits through design, policy and cultural normsDesignMandate to complete Health Screening & Assessment for Medical Benefits Eligibility Earn 2500 Wellness Points quarterly and earn up to $1200 into Health Savings Account Meet Nelnet Biometric Screening Goals and earn 20% of Health Care premiumsMeet Biometric National Guidelines and be entered into a raffle for FREE health care premiums for one year. System Awareness – biometrics and well-being assessmentAction – social, apps/devices, risk reduction, coaching Rewards – outcomes and incentivesResults – 75% in Consumer Driven Healthcare Plan88% participation & engagement in wellness program10% reduction in healthcare costs in the first two yearsFlat trend for the last 4 yearsImproved biometricsWellness #1 cultural attribute
  • So how did we do it from a detailed perspective. Case Study: 2500 employeesStrategy To integrate wellness & benefits through design, policy and cultural normsDesignMandate to complete Health Screening & Assessment for Medical Benefits Eligibility Earn 2500 Wellness Points quarterly and earn up to $1200 into Health Savings Account Meet Nelnet Biometric Screening Goals and earn 20% of Health Care premiumsMeet Biometric National Guidelines and be entered into a raffle for FREE health care premiums for one year. System Awareness – biometrics and well-being assessmentAction – social, apps/devices, risk reduction, coaching Rewards – outcomes and incentivesResults – 75% in Consumer Driven Healthcare Plan88% participation & engagement in wellness program10% reduction in healthcare costs in the first two yearsFlat trend for the last 4 yearsImproved biometricsWellness #1 cultural attribute
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    • 1. PRESENTATION TITLEPresenter | Date
    • 2. Agenda• What are some Key Success Strategies• Movement to a Health & Productivity Model• Social Networking• Results Based Wellness• Putting Theory into action – Nelnet Case Study
    • 3. Create Breakthrough Results Resolution: 0–9% Trend Conflict:Beat 14% Trend
    • 4. Wellness & Benefits Framework
    • 5. To Change Associate Behavior, Change Offer and Delivery Programmatic Integrated Platform can improve overall health and productivity through: • Robust wellness offerings with incentives • Consumer-driven health plan • Self-service tools
    • 6. The Drivers Behaviors and measures linked to health costs Work factors that Underlying predict performance behavioral & & profit emotional drivers of productivity and healthOur 100% evidence-based approach—from global leaders in health & human capital— predicts 10x more of the variance in productivity than health-risk-only approaches.
    • 7. According to Dr. Christakis… SOCIAL CONTAGION Increased risk of an individual “…the relevance of SOCIAL INFLUENCE also suggests that it becoming obese when a person in his social network becomes may be possible to obese: harness 171% this same force to slow the spread of obesity. NETWORK PHENOMENON No might be exploited to increased 37% 40% spread positive health risk behaviors.” Neighbor Spouse Sibling Mutual friendThe Spread of Obesity in a Large Social Network over 32 Years,Nicholas A. Christakis, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H., and James H. Fowler, Ph.D.
    • 8. People Like It. It Fits Into Their Lives.Mobile & Devices:
    • 9. Results Based Model: Example 1
    • 10. Case Study: Integrated Wellness & BenefitsAwareness: Mandate Health Screening and Assessment for Benefits EligibilityAction: 2500 Wellness Points each quarter = $1200 into Health Savings Acct.Rewards: Biometric Results = 20% premium credit, raffle for FREE healthcare
    • 11. Case Study: Integrated Wellness & Benefits• 10% decrease in first two years• Zero healthcare trend for last four years• Industry healthcare increase is about 9%
    • 12. THANK YOU!For more information, please contact: Colleen Reilly President, Total Well-Being Ph: 303.696.5420 Colleen.Reilly@EmployeeTotalWellbeing.com EmployeeTotalWellbeing.com

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