“Value Based Benefits: Winning HR Strategies for Cost Containment, Employee Engagement, and Population Health.”
What are the market trends telling us? How do we think outside of the box to design health plans around value, drive economies of scale (efficiencies) AND manage our employee health risks?
The desire for employer-sponsored coverage and support continues to rank high among employees. Thus, employers are balancing the need to assure access and sustain affordability — for both the employee and the company. How can narrow networks work to collaborate with providers and care teams to enhance quality, control costs, and improve outcomes.
Join LSHRM on February 8th to hear Allison M. Ledford, Senior Director, Prevention and Wellness, and John R. Hammond, Systems Director, Human Resources discuss how the HR strategies below have improved employee health and engagement at Norton Healthcare:
I. Benefits trends (national and local)
II. Population Health Strategies
III. Narrow Networks
IV. Workforce Engagement, Retention & Recruitment
Virtual and in-person options available. Zoom details will be sent 1-day prior to the event.
SHRM and HRCI credits pending.
Allison M. Ledford, MBA, MS
Senior Director, Prevention and Wellness
Allison is the senior director, Prevention & Wellness for Norton Healthcare. Allison provides leadership for the Norton Prevention & Wellness service line, developing strategies throughout our communities – internal and external. She provides leadership for the N Good Health employee wellness program, the Prevention & Wellness (Adult and Pediatric) and Employer Solutions strategies. Allison’s comprehensive knowledge and experience of health promotion and wellness are extremely valuable in her role. Her dedicated work ethic, leadership and creativity continue to drive results within our organization.
John R. Hammond, Systems Director Human Resources
John Hammond is a System Director in Human Resources with Norton Healthcare, in Louisville, Kentucky, where Mr. Hammond has system wide responsibility for Norton’s total rewards program and human resources technology. Having worked in all areas of human resources, in his current role, Mr. Hammond is responsible for Norton’s $250M employee benefits budget, and $1.2B compensation program. Mr. Hammond received his bachelor’s degree from State University of New York at Buffalo, an MBA from the University of Louisville, and has been working in human resources for nearly 30 years. Originally from Buffalo, New York, Mr. Hammond began his human resources career in the employee benefits department of a large New York-based bank, moved to Louisville, Kentucky in 1994 with another financial institution, and moved into health care human resources in 1998. Mr. Hammond is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management, and a member of American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration. Over his career he has served as a board member for several non-profits, including a local credit union, Habitat for Humanity, and the YMCA. Mr. Hammond resides in Louisville with his wife and their two young girls, and he is an active member of his church.
ATTENTION: This event will be held in-person. Your health and safety is important to us. To help lessen the spread of COVID-19, a mask is required at all times (covering nose and mouth) and no food or drinks allowed. Drinks and box lunches will be provided for in-person attendees at the end of the event to take with you.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.