The Challenge of Disease and Health Management: What Really Works? What's the Right Metric?

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
This session provides information on measurement and evaluation metrics for corporate health management programs.
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Track: Total Rewards

During this session, some Health Management Opportunities will be discussed such as where the opportunities for health management programming are; what information guides program design; and how to get started. The importance of measurement and evaluation strategies will be discussed as well as which metrics are important and what the importance of ROI outcomes are.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 - 10:00am to 11:15am

Ronald J. Ozminkowski

Ronald J.
Ron Ozminkowski, Ph.D., is Vice President, Research and Development, in the Advanced Analytics Group at Ingenix, and Vice President, Research and Policy at UnitedHealth Group Alliances. He has been conducting health services research and evaluation projects since 1983. He is internationally recognized as an expert in the evaluation of corporate wellness and disease management programs, and has published widely on these and related issues. Dr. Ozminkowski received his Ph.D. in 1989 from the University of Michigan, School of Public Health, with an emphasis in health economics. He also holds Masters Degrees from the University of Michigan, with emphases in medical care organization and applied economics. Before joining Ingenix, Dr. Ozminkowski served as Director, Health & Productivity Research at Thomson Healthcare (Medstat) and as Associate Director of the Institute for Health and Productivity Studies, at Cornell University. He also served as Research Director at Abt Associates Inc., and taught health economics to undergraduate and graduate students at Eastern Michigan University and Mercy College of Detroit.

Shirley A. Musich

Shirley A.
As Senior Research Director, Shirley Musich is responsible for providing decision support to lead employers and other Ingenix clients through health evaluation, program design and measurement and evaluation processes. Her recent experience includes serving as a Senior Data Analyst at the University of Michigan involved with Integrated database systems and the decision support teams for corporate clients in the administration of their health promotion programs.
LVCC N224-226
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