3 Steps to Re-Evaluate the ROI of Your Well-Being Program
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Many employers are examining their health and well-being programs as part of what industry insiders call, "The Great Re-evaluation." What's the driver behind it? In a word—cost. From inflation, to advances in tech, to expensive specialty drugs, to an aging population, these are a few factors contributing to rising health care costs.
These higher costs are prompting businesses to analyze their current vendors and technologies, focusing on greater transparency and accountability when it comes to ROI. The pressure's on to demonstrate the financial rationale for these programs, and answer the question: Are these health and well-being investments really paying off?
Join us for a complimentary webcast to gain insights and strategies to evaluate the ROI of health and well-being programs.
You'll learn to:
- Prove ROI to senior leadership
- Make more informed decisions to streamline health and well-being programs
- Access a complimentary and quick cost savings estimate
- Ensure lasting success for health and well-being programs
Can't attend? Register for the webcast and watch it on-demand after the live webcast.
Bria Gali | VP, Alliances & Consultant Relations | MOBE
With 15 years of experience in the health and well-being space, Bria champions employers' and health plans' desire to provide high-quality, cost-effective health and well-being programs for their people. Bria is all about helping others live healthier and happier lives and driving positive health outcomes and financial savings for clients.
Regina Ihrke, ASA, MAAA | Health, Equity and Wellbeing Leader – North America | WTW
Regina has 25+ years with WTW specializing in retirement and health and group benefits across diverse industries. Renowned for crafting impactful benefits, wellbeing and DEI strategies with a lens towards exceptional employee experiences and high performing programs. Her expertise spans vendor partnerships, network strategies, and actuarial proficiency, backed by a B.A. degree from the University of Illinois, and ASA/MAAA credentials.
Kristen Grady |Vice President, Health Transformation Team | Aon
Kristen is a Vice President within our Health Transformation Team and has been with Aon for 11 years. In this role Kristen works with clients to understand how chronic conditions and lifestyle behaviors are contributing to costs, productivity, and organizational resilience and designs creative solutions to address those issues.