Making a business case for using data to enhance your wellness program
Chicago SHRM Members $30 | Non-Members $60
This program is pending for 1.5 SHRM PDCs & 1.5 HRCI Recertification Hours
EXECUTIVE INSIGHTS SERIES
The Chicago SHRM Executive Insights Series is designed to bring you solutions and strategies around the crucial challenges that confront today’s HR professionals and business executives. During this hard-hitting quarterly series, you will hear about key business trends, innovative concepts, thought leadership, and cutting-edge technology from the perspective of an executive. Hear from senior leaders as they share relevant and unique stories about their strategies for success in an ever-changing world and global economy. You don’t want to miss a glimpse into best-in-class organizations and the words of wisdom from high-level leaders to give you the skills and insights you need to be prepared for the future of work.
Powerful employer wellness programs educate and promote employees to make healthy choices. These healthier choices translate into healthier lifestyles. Some of these choices are simple changes yet these simple changes can be impactful on employee engagement, employee productivity and employer health care costs.
But where do you begin? How do you know what wellness initiatives to focus on? Can you use the data you already have under your health plan to help make that decision? What does the data mean? How do you take that data and create meaningful employee programs that reduce your overall costs? What is the ROI on your program investment?
Participants leave this session with the ability to:
- Understanding what data to use to create an impactful wellness program
- How to interpret the data and turn it into meaningful employee wellness programs
- Understand and show the return on the investment for implemented programs
- Perform cost/benefit analysis: Using examples from the panel, participants will be taught how to perform a cost/benefit analysis and ROI measurement using the Wellness Program as an example.
- Develop and utilize metrics to have an impact on the organization’s bottom line: Participants will be taught how to measure and report quantifiable results.
Gain expert advice from the C-suite in this hard-hitting, enlightening panel discussion.
- Moderator – Sangita Kasturi – CEO Action Inclusion
- Todd Creviston – Wellness Programs & Outreach Manager, Wespath Investment Management
- Lydia Rohn – VP of HR, QuadMed, Inc
- Diane Ruhl – HR Business Partner, Accenture (Midwest)
- Rose Venditti – HR Director, Capgemini America
Todd Creviston – Wellness Programs & Outreach Manager, Wespath Investment Management
Todd has over 20 years in the well-being industry with experience in clinical, corporate, and research settings. His roles have included strategic planning, program implementation, and vendor management. Todd earned under an undergraduate and graduate degrees in exercise physiology and holds certifications from the American College of Sports Medicine and National Strength and Conditioning Association and a Certificate in Public Health from University of Illinois at Chicago.
Lydia Rohn – VP of HR, QuadMed, Inc
Lydia Rohn is the VP of Human Resources for QuadMed and holds over 25 years of experience across industries including healthcare, retail, manufacturing, and public education. Her expertise includes leading and developing HR strategy and programs, such as design and implementation of organizational development programs, orientation and training programs, corporate policies and procedures, benefit plans, client service strategies, and other employee and organizational efforts. She has been a board member of HBA Chicago Chapter (Healthcare Businesswomen's Association) since 2010 and served as President in 2015. Lydia graduated with highest distinction from Northwestern University with a BS in Organizational Behavior.
Diane Ruhl – HR Business Partner, Accenture (Midwest)
Diane Ruhl is the lead HR Business Partner for Accenture Midwest, responsible for all HR Functions across the region. During her 18 year tenure with Accenture, Diane has held a variety of HR roles – from HR representative, to Compensation and Admin lead, Leadership Payroll and Planning lead, and ultimately now in her role as HR Business Partner. Diane holds a Master’s degree in Human Resources and Labor Relations from Michigan State University, and resides in Oak Park, IL with her husband Dave, 5 year old son Griffin and 3 year old dog, Lulabelle.
Rose Venditti – HR Director, Capgemini America
Rose Venditti is an HR Director with Capgemini America with responsibility for U.S. benefits strategy. Rose joined Capgemini in 2016 bringing with her 30 years of consulting experience working with organizations to align their employee benefit and human resource strategies with their business strategies. She has expertise in developing short- and long-term benefit strategies encompassing managed care, consumer driven healthcare, population health management initiatives, active and retiree plan design, as well as the design, funding, administration, financial analysis and forecasting of benefit programs. Rose is based in mid-town Manhattan but travels often to Chicago.
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