7 Investments Companies Can Make to Improve Employee Health and Their Bottom Line

Featuring Tips and Stories from Top-Performing Hospitals Across the Country

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What wellness strategies make a top-performing hospital? What do these top performers have in common? In this session, lead data strategist Alex Martin answers these questions by highlighting employee health data from 91 of Interactive Health's hospital clients. You’ll understand the commonalities between top-performing hospitals and receive insights into factors that drive success. Then strategic account executive Dawn Weddle will share seven key strategies that can make a successful wellness program. Dawn will not only review the strategies, but provide real-life examples of five hospital clients that have successfully put these strategies to use. 

What You Will Learn:

  • Data insights gained from an analysis of almost 60,000 hospital worker wellness program participants.
  • The commonalities among top-performing hospital clients and insights into factors that drive success.
  • 7 key strategies that can help your organization improve employee health and solve for rising health care costs.
  • Real-life examples of hospitals like yours that have successfully put these strategies to use and are seeing impactful results in employee health and the bottom line.


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Thought Leaders

Alex Martin
Lead Data Strategist
Interactive Health
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Alex Martin joined Interactive Health in June 2017 to extend the reach, understanding, and impact of data analytics.  As a credentialed actuary, Alex applies statistical analysis to enhance program design, strategic vision, and overall member experience.

Prior to joining Interactive Health, Alex was a consulting actuary focused on employee benefits at Willis Towers Watson, a leading global advisory, broking, and solution company. In addition to benefits consulting, he helped develop and implement myFiTage, the Willis Towers Watson employee financial wellbeing tool.

Alex has dual degrees in Actuarial Science (B.S.) and Applied Statistics (B.S.) from Purdue University. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA), Society of Actuaries.

Dawn Weddle
Strategic Account Executive
Interactive Health
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Dawn Weddle joined Interactive Health in 2015 and serves as a Strategic Account Executive.  As a registered dietitian with over 20 years’ experience in the wellness field, Dawn is currently responsible for working with large, global, multi-site clients to align corporate wellness initiatives with their overall business strategies. 

Dawn leverages past leadership roles in hospital, community and corporate wellness settings to help clients develop and execute results-driven corporate health management solutions with a focus on retention, organic growth and reference-ability. She strategically analyzes client data and evaluates opportunities to improve employee engagement.  In addition, Dawn partners with her portfolio of clients to develop and sustain a culture of health while achieving improved health care cost trend and positive health risk migration.

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