December 16, 2014
This spring, Bob Ihrie, Senior Vice President of Compensation and Benefits, Lowe's Companies, Inc. and Alan Spiro, Accolade's Chief Medical Officer, will present “Drivers of Change: Behavioral Economics and Patient Engagement” at The Conference Board's 15th Annual Employee Health Care Conference, to be held in New York City. The presentation will include insights on strategies needed to curb healthcare spending while maintaining employee satisfaction, with insights from the Lowe's experience.
Working with Accolade, Lowe's adopted behavioral economics principles and engagement approaches that include providing beneficiaries with a personal health ally (an Accolade Health Assistant) who has visibility into clinical and contextual issues that impact an individual's healthcare. With this resource, employees make informed decisions and avoid errors, resulting in improved outcomes and savings for Lowe's.
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