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Think Differently: 5 Strategies for creating a happier, healthier, more productive workforce.

Posted March 6, 2018 with 0 comments

The impact employees have on an organization’s bottom line is well understood by employers.   But, what is less discussed is how employers (and the community) can impact overall employee health and performance.   It’s this issue that drives our work at Health Action Council and inspired a recent white paper entitled Community Health Data: Improving Employer Investment in Overall Employee Health.   Released in cooperation with UnitedHealthcare and Optum CommunityHeath analytics, the research investigated employee populations within HAC’s communities nationwide and was recently revealed at our 2018 Annual Conference entitled IN*VALUE*ABLE held February 22-23 in Cleveland.

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The Missing Conversation In The Healthcare Crisis

Posted February 17, 2018 with 0 comments

Most recently, the unfortunate report of a Texas wife and mother who died from Influenza after declining Tamiflu due to cost. While others focus on removing the geographic barrier to care and bringing the healthcare environment right into a patient’s home.   In the past, our government and many others have tried to help make healthcare more accessible and encourage patients to become smarter consumers through education and cost transferring.

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The CEO’s Guide to Restoring the American Dream

Posted January 18, 2018 with 0 comments

True or False: It’s not possible for CEOs, CFOs, and HR leaders (among others) to have control over their health benefits spending FALSE: There are practical, proven, approaches to battling skyrocketing healthcare costs—and our 2018 Columbus Annual Symposium Keynote Speaker, Dave Chase, can explain how.  

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Quality Communication is an Invaluable Step in Enhancing Employee Engagement

Posted December 14, 2017 with 0 comments

Studies have shown that when it comes to work, many employees express the same sentiment: a feeling of purposelessness. They simply come in, do their job, and then go home. This can lead to demotivation, disinterest, detachment, and overall decreased productivity. To prevent this mindset, employers must work to keep their employees engaged, happy, and driven.   

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Employee Data Share: Input from Legal Advisors

Posted November 16, 2017 with 0 comments

When it comes to employee information, there remains a gray area between sharing and sharing too much. To help shed some light on the subject, we reached out to legal experts from KJK, Tucker Ellis LLP, and Thompson Hine LLP.

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