Miami Valley HR Association Professional Development Workshop - 5/9/17

Rethink Wellness: Build a Health Management Strategy that Works

Speaker: David Homan; VP of Strategy/Innovation, McGohan Brabender

7:45 AM - 8:00 AM: Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:00 AM - 11:15 AM: Professional Development Workshop

Session Description:
You’ve participated in walks, you’ve invested time, money, and energy, you’ve pulled your hair out trying to get people involved, but you still aren’t seeing the engagement or impact on your bottom line that you are looking for from your Wellness Program. Admit it – every company that has dabbled in wellness has walked a similar path – LEARN FROM IT! Join David Homan, VP of Strategy and Innovation of McGohan Brabender as he walks you through the essential components of a successful and meaningful health management program that focuses on the individual, ties health plan and strategy together, targets specific claim drivers, engages employees – and most importantly, holds them accountable. It’s all about creating and managing one connected story relative to your health program. You need to decide what that story will be – David will show you how to get there.

Learning Objectives:
1. Determining if you truly have a multi-year strategy in place
2. Discovering what is driving your claims cost
3. Attacking disease and mitigating risk with a plan that marries clinical and non-clinical solutions
4.Tearing down benefit silos
5. What drives short-term engagement and long-term change
6. Employee Accountability
7. Measuring Success

Speaker Bios:
David Homan is a Shareholder Owner of McGohan Brabender. As Vice President of Marketing and Innovation for McGohan Brabender, David spends his days thinking of better, smarter, more effective ways of driving value into clients’ benefit programs. His “outside the box” approach challenges organizations to rethink the way they approach, design, communicate, execute and implement their employee benefit strategies. David’s goal is to make you feel uncomfortable with the status quo.

David has spent 24 years in the health care field, filling a number of roles, including marketing, communication, product development, innovation and technology. He has spoken at conferences at topics ranging from multigenerational benefit communication to utilizing data analytics to change behavior.

He preaches the belief that “simple is the new genius!” and “if you are comfortable with the way your benefit program is running, you haven’t pushed yourself hard enough.”

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