Calendar of Events

Trauma in the Workplace

Central Penn Business Group on Health Online Event

Dates: April 4, 2017
Location: Online Event
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Cost: Free for CPBGH Members / $15 Non-Members
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Many people think that workplace trauma only occurs when there is a traumatic incident at work (death, violence, robbery, etc.). What most people don’t know is that it can also occur due to interpersonal office conflict, layoffs, or from a series of less dramatic stressors. As a leader in an organization, you can never promise your employees that they will never experience trauma in the workplace. You can, however, implement strategies to prevent and mitigate the effects that workplace trauma can have on employees. This webinar will enlighten you to the hidden costs of workplace trauma and will provide you with solutions to common workplace trauma concerns.

What will you learn?

  • • Gain an understanding of trauma through discovering the causes and effects of trauma on wellbeing.
  • • Understand how trauma affects an employee’s work performance.
  • • Identify how to prevent or address trauma from an individual and leadership standpoint.

Who should participate?
Any Human Resources Professional, leader, or supervisor responsible for managing people or teams. This is also helpful for any employees that are involved in their organization’s wellness program and any individual that is interested in learning about trauma and how to overcome its negative effects in the workplace.

Presented by: Cheryl Raudenbush, Director of Corporate Engagement
Sarah Shetler, Consulting & Marketing Specialist
Mazzitti & Sullivan EAP Services

 

A Study in the Effectiveness of High Deductible Health Plans

Sponsored by Pfizer

Dates: April 27, 2017
Location: Hershey Country Club
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Cost: $25 CPBGH Members / $45 Non-Members
Registration: Click Here to Register
 

Event Overview:
As the cost of healthcare has continued to rise, many employers have turned to High Deductible Health Plans to reduce their spend and engage employees in the economics of healthcare purchasing. As employers have learned, these plans are not a panacea for all that ails them. Join us on April 27, 2017 as we explore the issues of full plan replacement and insights into the future for these plans under the Trump administration.

Learning Objectives:

  • What happened over a five year period when an employer went full replacement CDHP
  • If there's evidence that CDHP's cause consumer to be better shoppers for health care
  • How wage levels effect employees behavior under a CDHP plan design
  • Future predictions about CDHP's under the new administration
 

Presenter:
Dr. Paul Fronstin, Ph. D. - Director, Health Research & Education Program Employee Benefit Research Institute

Paul Fronstin is Director of the Health Research and Education Program at the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI), a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization committed to original public policy research and education on economic security and employee benefits. He also oversees the Center for Research on Health Benefits Innovation. He has been with EBRI since 1993.

Dr. Fronstin's research interests include trends in employment-based health benefits, private health insurance exchanges, workplace wellness programs, consumer-driven health benefits, retiree health benefits, employee benefits and taxation, and public opinion about health benefits and health care. He currently serves on the board of trustees for Emeriti Retirement Health Solutions and for the Maryland Patient Safety Center. He also serves on the National Advisory Board for the University of Michigan Center for Value-Based Insurance Design. He is the associate editor of Benefits Quarterly and is also a TIAA-CREF InstituteFellow. From 2012-2016, Dr. Fronstin served on the Maryland Health Care Commission. In 2010, he served on the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Committee on Determination of Essential Health Benefits.

Dr. Fronstin earned his Bachelor of Science degree from SUNY Binghamton and his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Miami. Dr. Fronstin can be reached at fronstin@ebri.org.

 

2017 Health Summit

Managing Stress and Improving Wellbeing

Dates: May 11, 2017
Location: Lancaster Convention Center
Time: 7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Cost: $45 Registration / $20 Non-Profit 
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Exhibitors: $400 Registration / $150 Non-Profit 
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The Health Summit is a partnership between the Business Group on Health and LiveWell Lancaster. It is designed to bring together the business community and other community partners to promote better health and wellbeing in our community. In 2017, our focus will be on stress and wellbeing – developing better ways to deal with stress to minimize its impact on our health and the health of our community. Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Robert Sapolsky, a noted science and nature writer, biologist and neuroscientist as well as stress expert. The goal of this event is to provide employers and community members with the tools they need to deal with stress in the lives of their employees and the community they are trying to serve. At this event, we will also be presenting the annual Well Workplace Awards in conjunction with LightenUp Lancaster. Awards will go to both large and small employers in our community who have focused on improving the health of their workforce as demonstrated through their completed CDC scorecard. We will also recognize two employers who have used innovation in the development of their programs and demonstrated the impact of their offerings.

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