Healthy, engaged employees are the No. 1 reason behind top organizations’ success – and leading companies know it. That’s why more business leaders are learning new ways to engage employees in wellbeing, leveraging company culture to help drive productivity and engagement.
Register now for this webinar Thursday, June 18, 2015 2-3 pm ET
Enquiron, The Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease and the Population Health Alliance welcome your participation in a two-part Webinar on the regulatory and legislative challenges facing Employee Wellness programs.
Population Health Alliance in collaboration with the American Benefits Council, Healthcare Leadership Council, and the Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease invite you to a special meeting with the staff from the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions ( HELP) to discuss S. 620 Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act.
Nearly 2,200 Americans die each day from cardiovascular disease. One in four has a mental health problem, yet less than 25 percent receive treatment. One in three will have diabetes by 2050. Of every dollar spent on health care in the U.S., more than 75 cents is used to treat chronic disease. About 80 percent of heart disease, strokes and type 2 diabetes could be prevented through simple lifestyle changes. The health of our country is in crisis.
Please join us for an important educational session to provide more perspective on how bipartisan provisions in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are providing new tools and incentives in the workplace for employees to improve their health. We are pleased to coordinate with the United States Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP), Chairman Lamar Alexander and Ranking Member Patty Murray on this briefing.
Policymakers continue the quest for payment reforms that will transition our healthcare system to one that promotes value over volume. As the recipients of healthcare, patients play a critical role in evaluating the quality of care delivered and outcomes achieved. After all, delivering patient-centered care requires understanding and meeting the needs of the patient.
The Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease (PFCD) will hold a briefing on needed improvements to Maryland’s health care exchange. A new study by PFCD and a public opinion research poll sponsored by MedChi will provide new data and analysis of actual patient experiences and public perceptions around improving health care delivered through the exchange marketplace.
The Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease invites you to join PFCD Policy Director Candace DeMatteis and a panel of experts as they discuss the healthcare exchange in Iowa and how it affects patients in the state living with chronic disease.
To RSVP, email Nate Prouty at NProuty@pubaffairsco.com.