What's Ahead for the Management of Workplace Wellness Programs in 2010
to be Subject of New Audio Webcast
February 4, 2010 At 1:30 PM EDT
N.J., January 26, 2010 — In the management and
administration of workplace wellness programs there is no "same old,
same old," especially as we head into the second decade of this
The debate surrounding healthcare reform has focused even more
attention on prevention, wellness and health promotion. More employers
are supporting the growth and development of worksite wellness
programs. Many health insurance companies have developed wellness
programs for their employer groups.
To explore what is on the horizon for the administration and management
of workplace wellness "What's Ahead for Workplace Wellness Management,"
a special audio webcast, has been scheduled for Thursday, February 4 at
1:30 p.m. eastern time. The program is being sponsored by the Wellness
Management Information Center.
If you are responsible for the management or
administration of your organization’s wellness program join with
your colleagues and take a moment now to register for what promises to
be a valuable management-level program.
Even in this ongoing global economic recession and its impact in most
sectors, wellness programs have "held their own," despite tighter
budgets. And, many are either being launched or growing.
Wellness and health promotion programs have seen greater publicity due
to the increased support being put into the national agenda, a wellness
program manager told us.
There has also been an increased willingness to invest in wellness programs, another wellness executive observed.
Mark your calendar and save the date Thursday February, 4, 2010, from
1:30-3:00 PM EST. Low-cost team training. All your team members can
listen in. Reserve a conference room.
Join three widely respected leaders in the
workplace wellness management profession for what promises to be a
stimulating discussion surrounding important trends, new developments
and new programs in the world of workplace wellness and health
William B. Baun, Manager Wellness Programs
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and Chair, CEO Cancer Gold Standard Task Force
Chair, Houston Mayor's Wellness Council
Robin F. Foust, Health Management Specialist, Zoe Consulting, Inc.
William McPeck, MSW, Certified Worksite Wellness Program Consultant and
Director, Employee Health and Safety, Maine State Government
complete details visit:
Address: Wellness Programs Management
Advisor, 1913 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 200, Manasquan, NJ
08736; (732) 292-1100, www.wellnessjunction.com.