“Stand up.” The audience stands. “Sit down.” The audience sits. “Now stand up again.” An audience member mutters under his breath, “No way,” while Fikry Isaac, chief medical officer for Wellness and Prevention, Inc., a Johnson & Johnson company, makes his commands to make a point. Wherever your employees are — a meeting, a desk or at a conference, simple movement can go a long way to create a corporate culture where health is truly valued and lived.
On the second day of the 7th Annual Employer Health and Human Capital Congress in Washington, D.C., Isaac and three colleagues addressed a room of benefits managers and company executives on how to bend the employer health care cost curve through plan design.
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