Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 06, 2014
The Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA) is hosting their 2014 wellness seminar on March 11, 2014 in Waltham, Massachusetts. The event will be held at the Forefront Conference Center in the Boston area, and is aimed to educate attendees on how to goal-set and strategize for effective corporate wellness programs.
During this 3 hour event, Healthentic’s Bill McCarthy, Director of Sales for the northeast region, will be addressing the value of data in building and managing effective wellness programs. He will divulge where to find data, how to interpret it and what it can tell benefit managers about their population’s health, and how they can take action.
McCarthy is speaking alongside industry experts from EBS Capstone, a Boston-based health insurance agency, Dent Communications, a public relations and marketing firm, and KGA Incorporated, a human resources firm who is known for integrating wellness into their plans.
Healthentic is a Seattle-based wellness analytics company who strives to improve the lives of employer groups through the use of their revolutionary Wellness Decision Engine, which gives quantifiable health and wellness information about specific populations through their insurance claims data.
Attendees will be eligible for 3.0 general credit hours from towards PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute.
Those who are interested in attending are encouraged to register online prior to March 11, 2014 by visiting the event’s page by visiting the NEHRA's page for the event. The rate for NEHRA members is $149 while non-members will be charged $199.
For more information about this seminar, or about the Northeast Human Resources Association, please contact Sara Frank at sfrank@nehra(dot)com, or by calling 781-239-8711.
About Bill McCarthy, Director of Sales, Northeast Region:
Bill has over 20 years in the employee benefits field with national consulting firms and health and wellness organizations, helping large employers and associations manage their human capital risks.
Bill worked for CIGNA and UPMC Health Plan, helping to develop their health and wellness services, and integrate them into a commercial offering. As a consultant, Bill has worked with HR and Benefits professionals to formulate and deploy strategies that improve employee health and productivity and contribute to companies’ bottom lines.
As Director of Sales for the Northeast region for Healthentic, Bill is helping employers leverage the power of their own data to inform their decisions, and measure and manage the effectiveness of their wellness programs.