Webinar – ‘How Can Health Improvement Programs Reduce Employee Cost & Generate Clinical Cost Savings?’

October 25, 2022

Join Washington Hospital Services Industry Partner, Pivio for the webinar, “How Can Health Improvement Programs Reduce Employee Cost & Generate Clinical Cost Savings?” from 11 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Nov. 8. The presenters will be Lifestyle Medicine Institute President Jere Stocks and Lifestyle Medicine Institute Medical Director Dr. Sal Lacagnina. Register here, and feel free to share this invitation with your internal hospital networks.

Participants will learn how a health improvement program can reduce employee cost through improved overall health and wellbeing, increased engagement and increased productivity; how a health improvement program can generate clinical cost savings by reducing medical claims and pharmacy costs; how leaders can use health improvement programs to create value during challenging economic times by gaining agreement on clinical and financial targets for improvement programs, securing performance guarantees for programs offered, and communicating to leadership and employees participant feedback. Participants will also learn about Pivio as a solution and what lifestyle medicine is.

If you’re unable to attend, please register anyway and Pivio will send you the slides and webinar recording. They will also include slides and recordings from previous Pivio webinars “Lifestyle Medicine Overview & Efficacy,” recorded Sept. 22., and “Elements of a Quality Health Improvement Program,” recorded Oct. 25.

The Washington Hospital Services Industry Partner program connects hospitals with product and service organizations to create efficiencies, lower costs and deliver exceptional health care. For more information about Pivio or the WHS Industry Partner Program, contact Ed Phippen, edp@wsha.org, (206) 216-2556. (Cynthia Hay)


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