Senior management support of health and wellness programs is a critical element to the success of such initiatives. The top-down support of health and wellness programs drives employees to participate and engage in efforts to improve their health.
Listen to pre-conference comments from Gregg Lehman.
Driven by healthcare cost increases that are eating into corporate profits, companies that embrace a culture of health across their organization not only improve the health of their employees and benefit from its related impact on productivity, but also improve corporate profitability and shareholder value.
During Creating a Culture of Health by Engaging the C-Suite and Employees to Promote Better Health, a 90-minute webinar on CD-ROM,
an expert panel of speakers described the key steps in creating a culture of health that engages both the C-suite and employees.
Gregg Lehman, Ph.D., president and CEO of HealthFitness, and David Sensibaugh, director of Integrated Health at Eastman Chemical Company, provided the inside details on:
- The steps in creating a culture of health;
- Engaging the C-suite and the employee to promote better health;
- Assessing ROI resulting from a culture of health; and
- A case study on successfully creating a culture of health.
WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS WEBINAR?
CEOs, medical directors, wellness professionals, human resources
professionals, disease management directors, managers and coordinators,
health plan executives, business development
executives and strategic planning directors.
Available in three formats
- CD-ROM for computer play
- CD-ROM for stereo play
- On Demand version accessible online
Please note the stereo version ships as two CD-ROMs, whereas the .mp3 version ships as one CD-ROM.
ABOUT OUR PANELISTS:
Gregg Lehman, Ph.D., is a nationally recognized leader in health management services and brings more than 20 years' experience in the healthcare industry. Prior to HealthFitness, he served as president and CEO of INSPIRIS, a Nashville-based specialty care medical management company.
||While securing program support from the C-Suite is essential in creating a culture of health, enlisting managers as "wellness champions" to carry the message throughout the company is equally important, says Gregg Lehman, president and CEO of HealthFitness.
Lehman was also president and CEO of Gordian Health Solutions Inc., a health management company, and president and CEO of the National Business Coalition of Health. In addition to serving on numerous national boards, he works with the Health Care Purchasing Institute through Academy Health, the eHealth Initiative, the National Quality Forum, the National Patient Safety Foundation, and other purchasing/quality organizations that promote value-based purchasing and market-based reform.
Lehman has a Doctorate and a Master of Science in higher education administration, with a minor in finance and economics from Purdue University and a Bachelor of Science in business management and marketing from Indiana University.
David Sensibaugh is director, integrated health for Eastman Chemical Company. Sensibaugh is
responsible for advancing the integrated health strategy for Eastman Chemical Company, a
corporation with sales in excess of $ 7.5B. The mission of Eastman's Integrated Health
organization is to integrate all health-related services to improve the health and
productivity of employees.
Employed at Eastman since 1981, he has spent his entire career working in the human
resources field including assignments in personnel services, compensation, and employee
benefits. Sensibaugh has held managerial positions in the areas of compensation, payroll, HR
information technology, employee service center, and global benefits.
Sensibaugh also serves on the boards of directors for: CareSpark, the regional health
information organization of northeast Tennessee and southwest Virginia; the Integrated
Benefits Institute (IBI); and the Health Enhancement Research Organization (HERO). He is a
member of the governor's e-Health Advisory Council for the State of Tennessee.
Sensibaugh received a Bachelor of Arts and a Master in Business Administration from
Virginia Tech, and is a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP). He is an adjunct faculty
member at Milligan College in Tennessee, teaching a course in human resource management.