We join Side Affects Producer, Kenzie and guest host, Dave Homan with MB Population Health Manager, Tiffany Kuck to discuss different wellness program options. Since the ACA inception, employers have been able to provide incentives to keep employees motivated on a healthier path. From free gym memberships to premium differentials, the options are endless when it comes to incentive strategies. No matter the size of the group, Tiffany gives some great direction, starting first with education. Click to watch, listen and learn!
Tiffany Kuck is a dynamic communicator who specializes in health and wellness. She’s a mentor, coach and is known for enhancing team and company cultures. McGohan Brabender is lucky to have her as our Population Health Manager and engagement specialist. She helps clients change their approach to health benefits by taking control of rising costs and chronic disease. Whether it’s implementing on-site biometric screenings, introducing fitness challenges or coordinating office-wide flu shots, Tiffany teaches the importance of empowering healthier living. Tiffany studied at the University of Kentucky and had an impressive career with Disney Cruises and Radio Disney before joining the MB family five years ago.
Producer Kenzie Fell welcomes a special guest host as they chat with Population Health Manager, Tiffany Kuck. Tiffany specializes in health and wellness and shares the importance of providing biometric screenings. One simple finger stick can change peoples' lives for the better and it all starts with education. Listen!
MB Health and Engagement Specialist Tiffany Reid joins Scott and Anne Marie to talk about wellness programs. A wellness program alone is not enough. You have to identify your risk, implement a strategy, and engage your employees.
You can’t see Metabolic Syndrome, but if you don’t identify it in your employees, you could end up paying the price. Scott and Anne Marie talk about the risk factors of Metabolic Syndrome, and how biometric screenings are the first step toward lower claims and healthier people.