New Webinars in November and December

U.S. Preventive Medicine has two new webinars being offered throughout November and December. One entitled “The Prevention Plan” will take an in-depth look at The Prevention Plan, the first comprehensive, fully-integrated health management program that is based on the clinical practice of preventive medicine – primary, secondary and tertiary prevention.

This webinar will also discuss how The Prevention Plan was successful in lowering major risk factors of thousands of employees and the measureable impact this means to employers.

The second Webinar entitled “Effective Incentive Design” will explore how incentives can and should be used to motivate employees to engage and continue participating in prevention/wellness programs.

Both of these webinars are free and will provide excellent information for HR Directors, benefits administrators, benefits consultants, health insurance brokers and others involved in the health benefits and wellness area. You can register for these programs by clicking on the appropriate link under the webinars section to the right of this post.

About Fred Goldstein

President and Founder of Accountable Health, LLC. My background includes over 25 years of health care experience in hospital administration, health plan management, disease management and population health.
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