Presented by: Horizon Council Healthcare Task Force
On Wednesday, August 26th CEO’s, HR professionals and other leaders from area businesses will be invited to attend a workplace wellness summit at Lee County School Public Education Facility. Doors will open at 8:00 AM with a healthy breakfast and networking. The Summit will feature our Keynote speaker, Dr. Marc Braman MD, MPH, founding member, second president, first Executive Director of the national, professional society- the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM) www.lifestylemedicine.org. Mike Smith Chief Information Officer of Lee Memorial Health System will provide a peek into the future leading a discussion of technology tools and how employers can use these tools to enhance health and wellness programs. We will also hear an interesting panel discussion from medical carriers highlighting offerings to clients like wellness programs and other incentives. The Summit is designed for C-Level Executives and will be offered at a $25 entry fee.
Keynote Speaker: Founding member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine & Owner of Northwest Lifestyle Medicine, Inc. Dr. Marc Braman MD, MPHDr. MPH
Mike Smith, Chief Information Officer for Lee Memorial Health System and member of Health Information Systems Executive Association
Marc Braman, MD, MPH, has spent the better part of the last 8 years building the national professional association the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. He was it’s second President and first Executive Director. Under his leadership the association put lifestyle medicine on the professional map with national conferences, collaborations with other professional organizations, and education and professional development for physicians and other practitioners. Initial efforts toward establishing professional standards led to collaboration with the American College of Preventive Medicine, eventually culminating in the first ever publication in JAMA on lifestyle medicine as the product of a blue ribbon panel of representatives from multiple specialty societies recommending competencies for all physicians in prescribing Lifestyle Medicine (Lianov, Johnson, JAMA, July 14, 2010). Dr. Braman now innovates professionally as President of the Lifestyle Medicine Foundation, where he is creating the practical resources and systems for lifestyle medicine in the next generation of health care. He continues to practice lifestyle medicine and has directed departments for hospitals, clinics, and his own private practice, working with patients to find “the joy of living well”.
TOPIC: Custom Wellness Portals, Variable Wellness Programming and Tools for Companies, Online Patient Communities, Social Media & the Changing Field of Primary Care
Mike Smith, Chief Information Officer for Lee Memorial Health System and member of Health Information Systems Executive Association. Mike has more than 25 years of experience in health care delivery leadership, health information technology and electronic health records. He joined Lee Memorial Health System in 1997, following 10 years in various information technology leadership positions at Baylor Healthcare System in Dallas. Prior to that he served as the vice president of Operations for National Data Communications, a health care information systems company also in Dallas, where he was responsible for software and hardware development and hospital implementations.
TOPIC: Devices that Employers can use to Track Health & Wellness, Employee Specific Tools & Overall Technology Improvements on Healthcare
Thank you to our sponsors!
Sponsorships still available. Please contact Dave@ChamberSWFL.com
Exhibiting Sponsor Still Available: $500
Exhibitor booth space, 8’ skirted table, electricity, company listing on all promotional materials , and displayed during the event. Two (2) entries to the Wellness Summit, plus (2) reservations to the Horizon Council Industry Appreciation Luncheon, September 18th 2015.