The Science & Art of a Workplace Culture of Health

Can improvements in an organization’s culture of health predict improvements in health risks, health care utilization and costs? During this webinar, we’ll dive deep into the results of a recently published Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine article that measured the relationship between changes in workplace cultures of health and desired outcomes (e.g., nutrition, stress, tobacco use, total health care costs, number of prescription drugs).

Following, Humana and The Ohio State University will discuss their unique cultures of health and innovative strategies deployed to advance employee health and well-being.

Join us to:

  • Discuss the findings and implications of a new study on how changes in an organization’s culture of health affect employee health risks and healthcare utilization
  • Learn insights and successful strategies being deployed to build a culture of health at Humana and The Ohio State University


  • Rachel Mosher Henke, PhD, Sr. Director, Evaluation and Economic Research, IBM Watson Health
  • Tim State, Enterprise Vice President, Associate Health & Well-being, Humana
  • Stefanie Morrow, RN, BSN, Director, Well & Health Coaching, The Ohio State University

This webinar is jointly sponsored by ACOEM's Health and Productivity Section and the National Business Group on Health's Well-being & Workforce Strategy Institute and is open to ACOEM and NBGH members. There is no fee to participate, but attendees must register to receive the login information.


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Marcia Greville
P: 202-558-3021

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