Reversing MetS to Improve Employee Health and Reduce Costs

Case Studies from Genesis Health System and University of Texas System

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As the obesity epidemic continues to grow, employers are committed to keeping their employees healthy and their health care spend low. Wouldn’t it be nice to know what works and avoid costly, hard-to-implement solutions that make little to no impact?

In this webinar, Kevin Greenley, manager of Genesis Health System's Genesis at Work program, and Claire Hahn, manager of wellness programs at the University of Texas System, join Ted Holden, vice president of national accounts and commercial markets at Naturally Slim, to discuss how Genesis and UT System are reversing the crippling effects of obesity-related disease with the help of the nation's leading digital counseling program. They’ll explore what strategies work (and what don’t), examine ways to overcome challenges unique to the health care field, and introduce an innovative solution that will drive clinical results and measurably improve employee health for the long-term.

Attendees Will Learn:

  • How to lower health care costs and improve the health of their employees for the long-term by leveraging a digital, behavioral counseling solution.
  • Marketing methods that boost employee engagement.
  • Clinical and financial outcomes associated with Naturally Slim implementation.


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Thought Leaders

Ted Holden
Vice President, National Accounts & Commercial Markets
ACAP Health/Naturally Slim
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Ted Holden has more than 27 years of sales and account management experience in all market segments in the health insurance industry. As the Vice President of National Accounts & Commercial Markets at ACAP Health/Naturally Slim, Ted leads business development, health plan/third-party administrator (TPA) strategic growth and engagement, strategic partnerships and broker/consultant strategies.

Prior to joining ACAP Health, Ted was the Vice President of Sales and Client Management with Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) of Texas. In this role, he oversaw a team of 75 sales and account managers in selling employee benefits to employers with 150-10,000 employees, servicing 500 customers across northern Texas.

Ted received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from the University of Vermont. Ted received his Managed HealthCare Professional certification and has participated in many professional development programs. He also maintains a Texas Group 1 industry license.

Claire Hahn
Manager of Wellness Programs
University of Texas System Administration in the Office of Employee Benefits
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Claire is responsible for overseeing the UT Living Well program at the University of Texas System Administration in the Office of Employee Benefits. In this role, Claire plans, develops, coordinates and evaluates comprehensive, population-based health and wellness programs for faculty, staff and their families at the fourteen University of Texas institutions. Prior to working at UT System Administration, Claire most recently worked at UT Austin  supporting the implementation of wellness programs, practices and policies that enhanced personal well-being, job satisfaction and recruitment and retention efforts. Prior to her work in Austin, Claire worked for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, GA. Claire holds her Master of Public Health from Emory University and her Bachelor of Arts from University of California, Los Angeles.

Kevin Greenley
Manager, Genesis at Work
Genesis Health System
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Kevin has worked in healthcare for 30 years, the majority in leadership positions.  The past 5 years he has been with Genesis Health System, located in Davenport, Iowa.  In his current role, Kevin’s teams are responsible for providing occupational medicine, corporate wellness, and behavioral health services to area employers.  By actively collaborating with businesses, Genesis At Work’s mission is to reduce employers’ healthcare costs.  Implementing employer-sponsored wellness plans that focus on the identification and treatment of chronic diseases within a workforce, companies have seen realized significant reduction in their overall cost of healthcare.

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