Virtual Conference

 About the Virtual Conference

 

Stay informed on the latest health and wellness issues and trends impacting private and public sector organizations from the comforts of your home or office with the Virtual Conference. Featuring sessions recorded from the face to face event, the virtual conference offers handouts, re​sources and information easily accessible for three months.  With the Virtual Conference, you get: 

  • 19 recorded sessions from the face-to-face Health Benefits Conference & Expo (available 24 hours after their scheduled presentation time at the face-to-face event)
  • Session handouts, speaker biographies, documents and supporting materials
  • Exhibitor and sponsor information so you can access products and services that will help you in your role.​​

Click here to register for the 2018 Virtual Conference!

Sessions Included in the 2017 Virtual Conference:

  • ​​From Chaos to Competency in Health Benefits
  • SunTrust Bank: Rewards and Well-Being Communication Strategies
  • Building a Shopping Culture at Work to Reduce Health Care Costs​
  • Managing Threats of Violence: Best Practices Using EAP in High-Risk Situations
  • How a Collaborative Cross-Functional Team Led to Greater Wellness Program Success
  • From Fertility Preservation to Conception - How Large Employers are Disrupting the Current Infertility Benefit Status Quo
  • Personalized Wellness Initiatives at Miami-Dade County Schools
  • Your Employees Want Virtual Care: How Pitney Bowes Launched a Telehealth Service
  • Prescription Drug Costs Savings Through Clinical Controls and Benefit Plan Management
  • Employee Benefits Compliance Hot Topics
  • What Your Employees May be Missing Without a Whole-Person Approach to Wellness
  • Worksite Clinics vs. Targeted Risk Management Solutions
  • Target Corporation: Designing and Implementing a Financial Well-Being Program
  • The Best Benefit of All: Wellness Coaching
  • Measuring the Impact of a Wellness Program on a Diverse and Dispersed Employee Population
  • City of Albuquerque: Value Based Health Initiatives
  • Emory University - Aligning an Academic Medical Center's Fitness Center and Health Management Program
  • Increasing Transparency to Control Costs in Health Benefit Plan Contracts
  • Integrated Live Well/Work Well Program Design: Dartmouth Hitchcock Case Study