Podcast Series on Increasing
A Series Aimed at Promoting Worksite Health. Simple concepts such as adopting worksite smoking cessation programs, encouraging healthy eating, and promoting physical activity can help employers lower health insurance premiums and improve employee health and vitality.
Mr. Paul Speranza, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Paul Speranza, Chairman of the Board of the Directors of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Vice Chairman and General Counsel of Wegmans Food Markets speaks about the effectiveness of local chambers and businesses of all sizes working together to promote healthy lifestyles among their employees.
Dr. Janet Collins, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Dr. Janet Collins, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, speaks about the need to implement work-site health programs and how it is cost effective for companies.
Dr. Catherine Baase, The Dow Chemical Company
Dr. Catherine Baase, Global Director of Health Services for The Dow Chemical Company speaks about the benefits of work-site health promotion programs.
Ms. Laura Barringer, Deere & Company
Laura Barringer, a Quality Engineering Supervisor at John Deere in Waterloo, Iowa speaks first hand about the benefits of employer provided health and wellness programs.
Dr. Ron Davis, American Medical Association
Dr. Ron Davis, President of the American Medical Association and Director of the Center for Disease Prevention at the Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan speaks about the many health issues facing Americans and encourages Congress to pass legislation that advances healthy workplace goals.