St. Joseph Health Expands Workplace Wellness Programs to Improve Employee Well-Being

Madison Agee

At the 2015 Integrated Benefits Institute Annual Forum in San Francisco this week, Elizabeth Glenn-Bottari, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Integrative Health St. Joseph Health in Irvine, California, discussed health and productivity management guided by a workforce’s professional, social and emotional well-being. St. Joseph Health has partnered with Healthways to better understand and improve employee well-being, developing a program that has reduced high claims costs, absenteeism and presenteeism. As Glenn-Bottari was quoted in the March 18, 2015 issue of Business Insurance, “we feel that the investment is meaningful, because we can see from the data that we are influencing our employees' health and well-being.”

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