Lloyd Herlong has more than 20 years of Fortune 500 experience in converting corporate intent into action, with the last 6 years serving as a senior-level health and productivity manager at Eastman Chemical Company charged with assessing and improving population health risks for 9,000 employees located in 4 U.S. locations. He is responsible for Eastman’s comprehensive wellness program and for analysis and reporting from the company’s health information data base. Lloyd has led major projects to implement and refine Eastman’s Integrated Health model which is recognized as one of the most highly integrated and successful employee health management systems in the U.S. Lloyd has presented at national health and productivity forums on Eastman’s successes with vendor integration, health risk management, value-based benefit design, and the effective use of incentives to drive employee engagement.
A common characteristic of a successful employee health management program is the effective measurement of employee health risk. The purpose of this discussion is to review how a system of risk measurement can fuel a company's EHM program.
January 29, 2014