Scientists, health officials, and business leaders discuss new approaches to health and wellness — how to help employees stay healthy and businesses reduce health costs. Interactive Health added a branded podcast to their site. Listen on Wellness Works Hub
- Conversations connect Interactive Health with global thought leaders who offer original content exclusively to Wellness Works Hub subscribers.
- Interactive Health deepens relationships with industry thought leaders by providing an attractive platform and audience reach.
- As the branded sponsor, audiences associate the intelligence with Interactive Health – and know they are gaining actionable insights thanks to Interactive Health.
- Our host interviews global thought leaders who deliver insights, ideas and information on the way workplace wellness programs – done well – can help change and improve health care in America.
How the CDC Helps Business, Insurance & Doctors Tackle Cost, Improve Health
Dr. Laura Seeff, Director of the Office of Health Systems Collaboration in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Office of the Associate Director for Policy, describes the CDC’s new program that partners with businesses, health insurance plans and doctors to help tackle costs and improve health.
When Do Incentives Work and Why?
The question of incentives is often central in any workplace wellness program. How much is the right amount? How should the incentives be structured? Dr. Mitesh Patel, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Health Care Management at the Perelman School of Medicine and The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, studied the issue.
Workplace Wellness & Breast Cancer
Dr. Marc Hurlbert, Chief Mission Officer of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, explains the role that workplace wellness programs can play in breast cancer prevention and recovery.
The New Fitness Boom: How It Connects With Workplace Wellness
Jason Kelly, Bloomberg’s New York Bureau Chief and author of “Sweat Equity: Inside the New Economy of Mind and Body”, explains the connection between the rise of interest wellness in the workplace and the growth of the health and fitness sector overall.
For Health, Work is Where the Heart Is
Chris Calitz, Director of the AHA’s Center for Workplace Health Research and Evaluation, discusses the challenges of encouraging people to better focus on health in the workplace and the opportunities that can come from even small success.