Tuesday, October 2, 2018
11:45 am – 12:15 pm
Surveys show that HR leaders partner with at least four to six different vendors or providers to maintain their benefits and well-being programs. Despite offering a number of benefits, many employers still face challenges engaging employees to take steps toward better health. Healthcare benefits are often fragmented and disconnected, leading to frustration, inefficiency, and poor utilization by employees, as well as redundant costs for employers. In order to drive engagement in their benefits offerings, Pinnacle Foods Inc., a leading manufacturer, marketer and distributor of high-quality branded food products, embraced an integrated model, connecting their health and well-being programs to make it easier for employees to utilize their benefits. By centralizing their offerings and creating a "hub" for employees to access programs, Pinnacle removed many of the common barriers to engagement and simultaneously reduced their costs. This session will discuss strategies to create a streamlined, customized health and well-being program that drives engagement and improves health outcomes.