The premier HR and employee benefits hybrid event.
Presented by Health Action Council, the 2022 IN-VALUE-ABLE Conference & Expo is a hybrid event designed to help you explore unbiased, forward-thinking, open-sourced information from nationally recognized experts across industries. This immersive three-and-a-half-day hybrid experience will shift the way you work.
The event series happens virtually on Thursdays, January 27 and February 10, and then in person at the Cleveland Hilton Downtown on February 23-24, which will also be live streamed.
The hybrid conference experience features:
● National keynote speakers
● Twelve concurrent breakout sessions
● Virtual and in-person expo and networking opportunities
● Two in-person cocktail receptions.
"Our 2022 IN-VALUE-ABLE Conference Series promises attendees timely, leading-edge strategic benefits thinking," said Patty Starr, president and CEO of Health Action Council. "We're so excited to give our attendees a hybrid experience that offers speakers, networking, and all of the elements that make this such a fulfilling experience every year."
Attendees are eligible for SHRM and HRCI continuing education credits, and members can attend free of charge.
When registering, employees can choose from an entirely virtual or hybrid experience.
Health Action Council members located outside the state of Ohio qualify for a Member Travel Grant for the in-person Cleveland events on February 23-24. The member-only grant will cover two nights lodging at the Cleveland Downtown Hilton for only $50, up to $250 of airfare and ticket to member-only dinner on February 23.
There are limited sponsorship opportunities. Interested organizations can learn more on the website.
A member-led committee will finalize all speaker selections and are most interested in new research, trends, and innovation. The deadline for speaker submission is September 17.
About Health Action Council
Health Action Council is a not-for-profit 501(c)(6) organization representing mid and large-size employers that enhance human and economic health through thought leadership, innovative services, and collaboration. It provides value to its members by facilitating projects that improve the quality and moderate the cost of healthcare purchased by its members for their employees, dependents, and retirees.
Health Action Council also collaborates with key stakeholders - health plans, physicians, hospitals, and the pharmaceutical industry - to improve healthcare quality and efficiency in the community.