Bellin to Host Health Innovations Forum at Lambeau Field
Free event to focus on improving employee wellbeing, lowering healthcare costs
Northeast Wisconsin business leaders, Human Resources professionals, health plan consultants and peer team champions are invited to Bellin Health’s 2015 Health Innovations at Work Forum on Thursday, Nov. 19 at the Lambeau Field Atrium.
This free event will begin at 7:15 a.m. with registration and a complimentary breakfast. The program will begin at 7:45 a.m. and conclude by 9:30 a.m.
Forum attendees can look forward to innovative and interactive presentations on the following topics:
• The health of our region as reflected in aggregate Health Risk Assessment (HRA) data
• Recognition of 2015 “lifesavers” and how you can encourage healthy interactions and improve the culture within your team.
• The statewide AboutHealth network, which is fostering collaboration, efficiency and sharing of best practices to improve the health of Wisconsin’s residents
• Joining the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s 100 Million Healthier Lives campaign
The event will highlight a number of innovative ways employers can help employees take greater control of their personal health and wellbeing, resulting in a healthier population and lower healthcare costs, said Randy Van Straten, Bellin Health vice president of Business Health Solutions.
“We know that a healthier workforce is a happier, more productive workforce, and that’s something that benefits us all,” Van Straten said. “The tools to transform lives are out there, and you’ll be amazed at
what they can do for your employees as individuals and your company as a whole.”
Individuals interested in attending the 2015 Health Innovations at Work Forum are asked to RSVP by Friday, Nov. 13. Call or email Angela DeBauche, (920) 436-8687 or Angela.DeBauche@bellin.org.
Forum attendees should enter through the Oneida Nation Gate and take the escalator up to the Legends Room at Lambeau Field.