2014 Workplace Wellness Forum
Tuesday, March 25, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Workplace Wellness Forum engages HR representatives, benefit coordinators and other wellness decision-makers from across the broad spectrum of companies around the need for healthier employees.
Scheduled topics to include:
- Managing Outcome-Based Wellness Within the Affordable Care Act Guidelines
- Creating Access to Care for a Changing Workforce
Workplace Wellness 101 – Getting Started
Marketing Wellness Programs – Engagement & Retention
Creating a Culture for Work-Life Balance
The Workplace Wellness Forum engages companies new to the idea of employee wellness, those with long-standing programs, and companies in all phases in between. By conversing with leaders currently running corporate wellness programs, hearing ideas for low-cost remedies to the ever-growing burden of healthcare costs, and participating in timely sessions that provide how-to information on trending topics in corporate wellness, participants walk away from this event with personal knowledge of best practices they can implement at their own companies.
Maybe you’re aware that heart disease is the #1 killer of Americans. If you didn’t know this, you’re in good company. That’s why we host this event. Our mission at the American Heart Association is to build healthier lives, free from cardiovascular disease and stroke. The Workplace Wellness Forum is just one way we engage people and inspire them to do a little more than they’re doing today to start that journey to better health.
This is a free event. Registration is required.
Keynote speaker for the event is Interpreventional Cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn, health commentator for Fox2 News Detroit and world-wide lecturer on holistic heart health. Visit www.drjoelkahn.com to learn more about our exciting speaker.
Sean Lee, health reporter for WWJ Newsradio 950 will serve as the day's emcee.
When & Where
American Heart Association
Heart disease is the #1 killer of Americans. The American Heart Association fights heart disease and stroke, raises awareness of these diseases, and reaches out to people with informational resources; helping them take positive action to achieve a heart-healthy lifestyle.