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HealthFitness regularly attends and presents on timely corporate wellness issues. Here’s where we’ll be next:

Health Benefits Conference and Expo
Jan. 25-27, 2016
Clearwater Beach, Fla.

See below for presentations at previous health management events:

Ann Wyatt, HealthFitness vice president, account management participated in a #TChat Twitter Chat and Radio Show hosted by the TalentCulture blog on Wednesday, Nov. 18 from 1-2 p.m. EST. Listen to the recording, “How Wellness Programs Improve Employee Performance.”

Closing the motivation gap: A new behavior change approach to engage the disengaged in health management programs

Ed Framer, Ph.D., HealthFitness director of health and behavioral sciences, discussed why increasing motivation isn’t always enough to change behaviors at the Health Enhancement Research Organization forum, Sept. 24-26, 2013. He also shared the framework for HealthFitness’ new behavior model.

View slides from the presentation:

closing the motivation gap with health management programs

Developing a Core Set of Metrics for Employee Health Management

HealthFitness’ Ed Framer, Ph.D., director of health and behavioral sciences, is the co-leader of a collaborative project between the Care Continuum Alliance and the Health Enhancement Research Organization to develop standard metrics for employee health. At the World Congress Wellness & Prevention 3.0 Conference, May 8-9, 2013, he presented an update on the project and project scope.

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Creating standards for population health management

Bridging Behaviorism: A New Approach to Engagement
HealthFitness’ Dennis Richling, M.D., chief medical and wellness officer, and Ed Framer, Ph.D., director of health and behavioral sciences, joined Fred Hanna, Ph.D., professor of counselor education, University of Northern Colorado, to discuss a new approach to employee engagement at the 23rd Annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference March 20-22, 2013.

View the slides and click below to listen to an audio recording of the presentation:

Bridging Behaviorism: A New Approach to Employee Health

Can Improvements in Basic Movement Patterns Lower the Cost of Workplace Injuries?
Larry Cassella Jr., HealthFitness program manager, working on-site at the town of Cary in Cary, N.C., presented “An Injury Prediction Tool for Physically Active Employees” at the Health Benefits Conference & Expo, Jan. 29-30, 2013.

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Employee health and basic movement

 

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