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MBGH 2016 Conference Update: More Breakout Sessions Announced

Click here to register for MBGH's August 18, 2016 Annual Conference "Rethink Employee Engagement to Drive Better Results". Early registration ends July 10 and prices increase July 11.

Three more breakout sessions will be offered at 10:45. Start thinking now about which one you will attend. They are all excellent and you can only attend one! 

ReThink: The Essential Role of Benefits Communication in Employee Engagement

Brandon Moore, Strategic Accounts Manager, Benz Communications

The evidence is clear that employees value their health benefits and these benefits contribute to employee recruitment, retention, and loyalty. In this session, learn how to develop and implement an employee communication strategy that reinforces the value of these benefits by communicating year-round; using multiple channels to reach employees; integrating data to identify key goals; and targeting messages to drive action.   

ReThink: Consumerism: Aligning Employees & Employers

Tom Parry, President, Integrated Benefits Institute

Many employers are moving to consumer directed health plans (CDHPs) to better manage costs of health benefit plans. However, decisions employees make in these plans impact not only health benefit costs, but also short-term and long-term disability and productivity. In this session, learn how to consider total cost; better understand how employees behave in CDHPs; and steps two employers have taken to maximize employee engagement and health improvements in their CDHPs.

ReThink: Health Care Providers are Engaging Patients Differently Too!

Representatives from Baptist Memorial Health Care, Methodist Healthcare, Regional One, Saint Francis Healthcare

For many of the same reasons employers are rethinking how they engage employees in their health and wellness programs, health care providers are also redesigning how they provide care and engage patients in their own health and health care. This session will highlight new delivery models being implemented by Baptist, Methodist, Regional One, and Saint Francis and the implications of these new approaches for your employee’s health and wellness and the effectiveness of your health benefit plans.

Learn about our Keynote Speakers here

Learn about our 9:30 Breakout Sessions here

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