You can have the best health care plan in the world, but if your employees don’t know what to do and when to do it, you will never achieve the results you want.

What happened to that perfectly sensible solution you put in place? You found out just having the program was not enough. You needed employees to be on board, following through on the actions you wanted them to take. Your issue needs more than a program to be successful — it needs a process.

We’ve got it.

Our virtual event will teach you 5 Steps to Health Care Independence, a guided plan for engaging your employees and helping them do what is needed to produce serious savings. We’ll also showcase inno­vative thinking from proven leaders to learn how we developed this process and how you can use it to innovate improvements for your company.

Join us May 14 — for one hour — and start your conversation for positive change!

The Power of an Hour — Top 3 Takeaways . . .

  1. Change is hard, especially with fourth graders. When Fork Farms asked kids where fresh food comes from, you’d be shocked by their number one answer. “We needed to change their be­haviors and get them thinking differently,” said Fork Farms’ Steve Tyink. How they did that is a lesson for every business.
  2. Too often, we see companies changing networks, changing plan designs, changing programs, chang­ing partners, only to find they get the same old results. Your issue needs more than a program to be successful ­– it needs a process. Learn steps from the innovators to move your organiza­tion forward.
  3. You know the magical thing that happens when innovation occurs? TitletownTech’s Craig Dickman says that’s not really a thing. “I’m always nervous when an organization takes two or three people and sticks them in a corner and says, ‘Okay, go create something new.’” Let Craig show you the path to innovation.


“Business plays a role in making sure we have a healthy community, that science, education, arts, health are all strong functionaries within the community.”

— Craig Dickman, Managing Director, TitletownTech

“This is one community’s vision for what’s possible, to help out in a way that’s never been done before. And it took little steps to do that, and all sorts of partners to come together.”

— Steve Tyink, Partner Development, Fork Farms

“We’re going to see a lot more of the barriers coming down as we realize that the consumers of health care really want to be treated more like a customer as opposed to a patient.”

— Curt Kubiak, CEO & Founder, NOVO Health

Sean Johnson

Sean Johnson

Editor/Publisher NOVO Live, Public Relations Manager, NOVO Health, (920) 851-1170,

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