Improving Health, Productivity and Engagement for People with Multiple Chronic Conditions

Improving the health and wellbeing of people increases their potential to contribute.

  • Webinar
    Feb 26, 2018
    10:00 am - 11:00 am

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Improving the health and wellbeing of people increases their potential to contribute.

Advocate Health Care (AHC), the largest health system in Illinois, is recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Chicago, employing more than 35,000 associates. Inspera Health and AHC have a 13+ year relationship focused on improving the health and wellbeing of health plan members living with multiple chronic conditions (MCC).

In 2014, AHC implemented an integrated health improvement strategy for people with MCC. They knew if they could improve this population’s lifestyle, and therefore health, the positive changes would impact many areas beyond simply medical costs, including: increasing workplace engagement and productivity, reducing absences, and eventually reducing long-term health spend. Hear about this initiative in this pre-Forum webinar.

Meet the speakers:

Kristyn Mitich, Manager of Wellness Programs, Advocate Health Care

Kristyn Mitich has been manager of the wellness program at Advocate Health Care for 7 years. She serves as a wellness consultant to over 400 sites of care. Kristyn oversees the strategic design, management and execution of wellness program and pharmacy benefit for associates and covered spouses (55,000). Kristyn collaborates with clinical enterprise leaders to incorporate key components of the accountable care strategy in order to manage health plan experience for Advocate, and collaborates on approaches to incorporate this strategy into the employer community.

Integrating benefits (including disability management, worker’s compensation, EAP, pharmacy, and organizational development) is a major component of her approach to population health. Kristyn has received recognition for Advocate locally and nationally through awards submissions, conference presentations and board participation.

Kristyn holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Wellness Management from Lewis University. She is a Certified Intrinsic Lifestyle Health Coach (IC), Certified Personal Trainer (NCSF), and a Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist (CCWS).

Lee Murphy, PhD, CPACIC, Chief Executive Officer, Inspera Health

Lee has spent over three decades innovating in the health improvement and employee benefits industries. For the past 20 years, he has focused on building businesses that improve the health of those living with multiple chronic conditions.

Lee believes in the human capacity for change, in the innate desire for better health, and the power of engaged participation. He knows that our health care system outcomes can be improved significantly for those with multiple chronic conditions by the Inspera Health approach.

Lee is proud to lead an organization that encourages and enhances individual transformation. It’s a privilege for him to see individuals thrive, supported by their renewed hope that empowers health improvement.

Lee has a Ph.D. in Values-Driven Leadership from Benedictine University. He is a long-time triathlete and marathon runner. He and his wife share a passion that for-profit organizations need to be a catalyst for positive global benefit.