IBI and NBCH Host Third Annual Health & Productivity Forum
Conference will be held February 28-March 2, 2011 in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO and WASHINGTON (Vocus) November 1, 2010
The Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI) and the National Business Coalition on Health (NBCH) are partnering again to host the 2011 IBI/NBCH Health & Productivity Forum, February 28-March 2, in San Francisco. In its third year, the conference focuses on workforce health and its broad impact on worker productivity and quality of life.
The program provides employers, their supplier-partners and other health and productivity stakeholders a unique learning environment. The goal is to foster objective discussion and evaluation of the latest practical approaches to investing in and promoting workforce health and productivity. The merit-based sessions offer successful health and productivity interventions, research insights, case studies and networking opportunities in interactive sessions.
IBI/NBCH Healthy Workforce Productivity Award
The conference once again features the IBI/NBCH Healthy Workforce Productivity Award for leadership in the area of health and productivity. This award recognizes an employer that has developed and implemented innovative strategies in partnership with its employees for measuring and managing the health and productivity of its workforce. Nominations are currently being accepted.
Additional details including registration and an award nomination application can be found at http://www. ibi-nbchforum. org/.
About the Integrated Benefits Institute
The Integrated Benefits Institute (IBI) provides employers and their supplier partners with resources for demonstrating the business value of health. As a pioneer, leader and nonprofit supplier of health and productivity research, measurement and benchmarking, IBI is a trusted source for benefits performance analysis, practical solutions, and forums for information and education. IBI’s programs, resources and expert networks advance understanding about the link between – and the impact of – health-related productivity on corporate America’s bottom line. For additional information visit: http://www. ibiweb. org.
About the National Business Coalition on Health
NBCH is a national, non-profit, membership organization of nearly 60 business and health coalitions, representing over 7,000 employers and 25 million employees and their dependents across the United States. NBCH and its members are dedicated to value-based purchasing of health care services through the collective action of public and private purchasers. For additional information visit: http://www. nbch. org.
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