Wellness ZENter

Be in the know! Sedgwick is sponsoring the Wellness ZENter, a new RIMS venue featuring guidance and resources for health and productivity in the workplace. Presented in the exhibit hall during exclusive hours, Sedgwick experts and industry leaders will engage in thought-provoking discussions on topics including corporate wellness, whole health, consumer engagement and work/health relationships. Visit booth 137 from April 24-26 to channel your ZENter. Click here to download the Sedgwick schedule in a PDF or here to view the full schedule from RIMS.

Monday, April 24
10:15am Health and productivity in the workplace – the Monday lineup! Kimberly George, SVP, Corporate Development, M&A, and Healthcare, Sedgwick
10:30am – 11:00am Corporate wellness
Wellness and health for individuals and populations translates to wellness of a company. Learn from an industry leader how health and productivity add up to business performance.
Dave North, President and CEO, Sedgwick
Shawn Leavitt, SVP, Global Benefits, Comcast
11:15am – 12:00pm A consumer’s health journey: The three pillars of health
Wellness is complex. To achieve wellness, we need to contemplate the three pillars of health – physical, emotional and financial. How can a consumer achieve wellness and focus on well care in the complex maze of benefits? We will share the importance of supporting consumers through their journey toward healthy outcomes.
Kimberly George, SVP, Corporate Development, M&A, and Healthcare, Sedgwick
Rob Cavanaugh, President, Accolade
Shawn Leavitt, SVP, Global Benefits, Comcast
4:00pm – 5:00pm Whole health: How do employers streamline benefit models to improve health and productivity?
This discussion will dig deeper into the integration of benefits and how future models may address well care, sick care and seamless benefits for consumers with healthcare, workers’ compensation, disability, leave and accommodations.
Bryon Bass, SVP, Disability and Absence, Sedgwick
Robin Joines, Risk Manager, Sedgwick
Rob Cavanaugh, President, Accolade
Tuesday, April 25
12:00pm Health and productivity in the workplace – the Tuesday lineup! Kimberly George, SVP, Corporate Development, M&A, and Healthcare, Sedgwick
12:15pm – 1:15pm The power of resilience
The science of resilience is a powerful tool when considering workforce wellness. Companies are deploying resilience training across their organizations to improve employees’ ability to bounce back after a rough day, feedback or a challenging assignment. Resilience impacts recovery following an injury or illness. The more resilient an organization’s employees are, the healthier the company.
Kimberly George, SVP, Corporate Development, M&A, and Healthcare, Sedgwick
Jan Bruce, CEO, meQuilibrium
4:00pm – 5:00pm Consumer experience drives engagement
Consumer experience is important to outcomes. In this discussion, our experts will share how experience drives engagement and engagement drives outcomes. Join the conversation around consumer experience in both healthcare and workers’ comp and learn why it should matter to your company.
Dr. Teresa Bartlett, SVP, Medical Quality, Managed Care, Sedgwick
Will Smith, Chief Product Officer, One Call Care Management
Shaun Rahimi, CEO, Enso
Wednesday, April 26
12:00pm Health and productivity in the workplace – the Wednesday lineup! Kimberly George, SVP, Corporate Development, M&A, and Healthcare, Sedgwick
12:15pm – 1:30pm The work/health relationship
There are many interesting facts surrounding the work/health relationship. Join us for a lively discussion about a recent study that was featured in the February issue of Health Affairs.
Darrell Brown, Chief Claims Officer, Sedgwick
Brian Gifford, Director, Research and Measurement, Integrated Benefits Institute