Johnette Van Eeden and Mike Coffey discuss how employers’ attitudes toward employee wellness has changed over the last two decades due to changes in financial incentives, regulations making outcome-based programs more difficult for employers to implement, and healthcare reform.
They also talk about how an employer can establish a baseline for measuring their employee population’s health and interventions that employers can implement to encourage healthier lifestyles.
They also discuss vaccine mandates, booster shots, Covid variants, and breakthrough Covid cases.
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Johnette Van Eeden
Johnette Van Eeden is the CEO of Star Wellness, a leading national provider of on-site medical screening and biometric services in the US, helping organizations control healthcare costs by alerting individuals to undetected health conditions.
She has also been at the forefront of Covid vaccine distribution both at her clinic and in workplaces across North Texas.
She’s the author of Solving the Big FAT Puzzle: How to Create a Sustainable Solution That Works for YOU! and Navigating Wellness: Creating an Effective Strategy for Cost Containment.
https://starwellnessusa.com | 800-685-5572