HORAN Health Management SymposiumJanuary 12, 2016
The health and wellness of a region’s workforce is a key economic indicator, as regions work to attract and retain businesses and compete in the global environment.
The EACC strives to engage its members in education best practices and secure regional talent that is globally competitive through our Talent Development Initiative.
In 2011, the EACC hosted a Health and Wellness Conference to explore the challenges and opportunities organizations faced as health care policies were undergoing dramatic changes locally, nationally and abroad.
Today, health and wellness remains a key area of discussion and exploration, with a vast amount of expertise available through the EACC network.
With this in mind, we invite you to join EACC President Circle member HORAN on February 9 when they reveal the findings of its Wellness Best Practices Survey at the HORAN Health Management Symposium.
HORAN has served as a trusted advisor for a number of EACC members including Omya, Haag-Streit USA, Perfetti Van Melle USA and Bonfiglioli USA, and participation in this survey covered more than 100 organizations, spanning 13 industries and representing over 75,000 employees. In fact, this represents our region's first comprehensive workplace wellness survey.
The survey results will help employers identify the essential components for developing or modifying a corporate wellness program to improve the employee population's overall health and the cost trend for health care. Attendees will receive a copy of the survey findings and analysis report.
Dr. David Katz, a world-renowned health and wellness expert, will be the symposium's keynote speaker. One of the world's 100 most influential people in health and wellness Dr. Katz, is the Founding Director of Yale Prevention Research Center and President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine and Director of the Integrative Medicine Center.
Reserve your complimentary seat today by clicking here.
Location: The Cintas Center at Xavier University
Date: February 9, 2016
Time: 8:30 - 11:30 am
Details: Admission is complementary; 2.5 Continuing Education (CE)