A Practical Approach To Developing A Wellness Program
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- What Is Wellness?
- Why Is It Important?
- Six Steps to Developing Your Wellness Program
- Scope of Your Program
- Setting up Your Infrastructure
- Communications and Promotion
- Health Management Process
- Group Activities
- Supportive Environment
- One Organization's Wellness Program: An Example
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- Finding Resources for Your Program
- Practical Tips to Keep Your Program Fresh and Effective
Larry Chapman, M.P.H., Chapman Institute
- President and CEO, Chapman Institute, Seattle, WA
- Provides leading edge thought leadership on integrating health cost management and plan design, incentive systems and organized prevention programming for work site, managed care and community-based populations
- Has worked on more than 1,000 employer wellness programs during a 35+ year career
- Director of the WellCert Program, a professional certification program for work site wellness practitioners
- Was co-founder and chairman of Summex Health Management, an industry leader in health management services for business and industry which was acquired by WebMD in 2006
- Has been a consultant to the National Institutes of Health, the Center for Disease Control, the U.S. Army, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, the Department of Veteran's Affairs and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
- Published more than 200 articles and columns, and 13 books on the topics of wellness, health cost management, and health and productivity management
- Frequent keynote speaker and has given more than 3,500 presentations and workshops on employee health, wellness and health care cost control
- Received professional rewards, including a Lifetime Service Award from the Association of Worksite Health Promotion and in 2008, the first ever Halbert L. Dunn Lifetime Wellness Achievement Award from the National Wellness Institute and the Golden Apple award from Washington State
- Past editor of the American Journal of Health Promotion and past editor of the Art of Health Promotion section of the journal
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