Consumer Health Engagement (Part 2), sponsored by Cigna

Compiled by Tina Irgang

SmartCEO and Cigna gathered Philadelphia-area executives to shed light on how individual health ownership continues to be a challenge for employers focused on driving optimal health benefit costs and workforce productivity. This discussion focuses on new customer engagement strategies and ‘health accountability’ plans enabled through incentives, new outreach modalities (health coaching, digital, etc.), and the changing healthcare delivery system. SmartCEO and Cigna asked CEOs to speak about their organizations and their roles as health advocates for employees, why it is important for organizations to create a culture of wellness to improve the health of their employees, lower healthcare costs and improve productivity.


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LeeAnn Malorie, CEO, Leading in Motion


Kathie Carnes, vice president of human resources, Dudnyk

Lisa Sordilla, director of human resources, My Alarm Center

Traci Jordan, COO, Pro Computer Service LLC

Renee Martini-Calabrese, director of human resources, Scully Company

John Cassimatis, co-founder and president, TayganPoint Consulting Group, LLC

Jeff Shablin, CEO, The Optimal Group/Optimal Sport Health Clubs

Maureen Solomon, director of wellness, The Philadelphia Protestant Home

CJ Joyner, CEO, president and founder, TRIOSE

Julia Huggins, president, Cigna

Paula Brown, director of government affairs & business development, Rizzieri Management

Michael DellaVecchia, MD, PhD, president, Philadelphia County Medical Society


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