Palm Beach Gardens, FL, August 30, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- In a preview of their upcoming conference in Washington, D.C., September 20-24, the Corporate Health and Wellness Association announced today the signing of an exclusive partnership with the HR Professionals Association to collaborate on issues relating to Health, Wellness, Disease Prevention and Management for employers, employees and their families.
“By working collaboratively with the HR Professionals Association, we will be able collect, share, and disseminate information regarding best practices, credentialing, regulation and standardization of global benefits information in order to better educate our members,” said, Renée-Marie Stephano, President of the Corporate Health and Wellness Association.
The HR Professionals Association is primarily concerned with Global HR, Compensation and Benefits, Recruitment, Learning and Development, and Talent Management. Together, the two associations are expected to provide unparalleled support for cutting edge healthcare initiatives in the workplace.
The two associations will be actively collaborating on Education, White papers, Webcasts, Research, and Technology, particularly with regard to the growing number of Mobile Apps and Health Monitoring devices that are entering the market on a continuous basis.
The Corporate Wellness Conference which is part of the annual Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress brings together hundreds of senior level domestic and international benefits managers/HR, insurers, agents and brokers who are involved in implementing and maintaining corporate wellness programs. These are critical issues in Corporate America today and an important component of the Affordable Care Act.
“Our mission is to provide a reliable source of information, statistics and research data on health and wellness for employers, affinity groups, insurance companies, insurance agents and consultants,” said, Sarah Hunt, Membership Coordinator of the Association. “This partnership allows us to help the Corporate Wellness industry come together to find more efficient and effective ways to implement and enroll Corporate Wellness programs, and to focus on improved methods to get employees to actively engage in corporate wellness programs.”
“Working together, the Corporate Health and Wellness Association and the HR Professionals Association will be a powerful force for the American worker and for employers large and small,” said Edelheit, CEO, Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress.