The conference will cover critical issues in the field around the following themes:
Get started. Learn what’s needed to begin building health and productivity programs.
Drive momentum. If you’ve already made headway, learn how to sustain your efforts, and weather changes from new leadership to the Affordable Care Act.
Connect to business outcomes. Learn how to link employee health and workforce productivity to the business outcomes that matter to the C-suite and beyond.
Make sense of big data. Become versed in how to work with data in a meaningful way, or refine your measurement techniques around absence, lost productivity and job performance.
Generate Novel Ideas. Show innovative, original and even offbeat ideas on how to manage health and productivity and where the field is headed.
The Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI), an independent nonprofit membership organization, is the leading provider of health and productivity research, measurement and benchmarking. Founded in 1995, IBI provides members with data, research and tools to make sound decisions in how they invest in the health of their workforces. Its members include companies implementing health-related programs to benefit their employees and business, and providers of health and productivity services. Additional information about IBI may be found at www.ibiweb.org.