Troy, MI (PRWEB) August 20, 2012
Cornerstone Municipal and National Insurance Services will be co-hosting seminars to discuss the benefits of implementing company wellness programs. The lethal combination of an unhealthy workforce, an inefficient healthcare system and escalating costs of treatment keep pushing insurance costs to unsustainable levels. These presentations introduce revolutionary, yet simple approaches that can not only lower your healthcare costs, but actually reverse the rising trend.
Topics to be covered:
Worksite Wellness Programs – Cindy Pavella, FLMI, Account Director, Cornerstone Municipal Advisory Group will discuss what options to choose and how to develop the program. Cindy will also discuss vendors and carrier products as well as Benefit Plan Design Changes to encourage healthy living.
Health — The Essential Building Block for Increased Productivity and Lower Healthcare Costs – Simon Abbott, VP of NIS Clinics, LLC, will discuss how on-site and near-site wellness centers can reverse the trend of rising healthcare costs in 36 months or less.
Metrics, Financing and Return on Investment – Mark Manquen, CPA, MST, President, Cornerstone Municipal Advisory Group will discuss the financials of wellness programs including how to set clear goals, methods for measurement and return on investment.
These presentations will be hosted at two different locations:
Macomb Community College, South Campus
August 22, beginning at 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.
Suburban Collection Showplace
August 23, beginning at 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Cornerstone Municipal Advisory Group, LLC offers employee benefit design, accounts management, retiree health care strategies, and legislative analysis and compliance to municipalities and government entities. Find us on the web at cornerstonemunicipal.com.
NIS helps public sector employers align their unique and complex benefit challenges with the hard-to-understand language and practices of insurance and investment products. Find us on the web at nisbenefits.com.
For more information or to register for this event, please contact Rob Stipek at 248-878-2118 or email: rstipek(at)cmuni(dot)us