- The major themes of the conference included:- Are private exchanges the next panacea for employers as they cope with rising health care costs, or are they simply another cost-shifting strategy;- How can we address mental health issues and include programs that address these challenges into employer-based wellness programs;- How can employers address what @adrane and the @ElizaCorp call the Unmentionables (employee life obstacles such as caregiving, financial stress and relationship issues) to both decrease health care costs and improve employee productivity; and- What is the role of mindfulness, mindfulness meditation and other stress reduction techniques in the workplace and how can it be incorporated within the workplace?
- — Janet McNichol (@jmcnichol)Sat, Mar 15 2014 23:54:22
- — James Sumortin Jr. (@sumortinjr)Sun, Mar 16 2014 19:32:27
- — Judith sills (@Judithsills)Mon, Mar 17 2014 00:16:26
- — Bright Horizons@Work (@BHatWork)Mon, Mar 17 2014 12:00:03
- — Christopher Bishop (@chrisbishop)Mon, Mar 17 2014 13:01:33
- — Benefits Conf (@BenefitsConf)Mon, Mar 17 2014 13:10:05
- — Janet McNichol (@jmcnichol)Mon, Mar 17 2014 13:45:36One of the initiatives I'll be speaking about at #benefitsconf with @sumortinjr -- Test Your Healthcare Savvy http://www.insideworkplacewellness.com/2014/03/test-your-healthcare-savvy.html …
- — Janet McNichol (@jmcnichol)Mon, Mar 17 2014 13:59:59Many things I'm looking for #benefitsconf e.g., how to help people chose the safest hospital & talk to their docs about risks quality & cost
Twitter Feed from HRE Health/Benefits Leadership Conf (#BenefitsConf)
Thought leaders, industry experts and HR executives gathered in Las Vegas, NV from March 16th through the 19th to have conversations that no one is publicly having about the workplace.
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