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    February Dinner Meeting

    Date: February 11, 2013, 5:30pm – 8:00pm
    Hyatt Regency Princeton, Carnegie Center, Rt. 1.
    Networking & registration begins at 5:30pm, meeting starts at 6:00pm.
    Pre-registered: members $40, non-members $50, students and qualified In-Transition $20; All walk-ins add $10.
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    ***Approved for 1 GENERAL recertification credit by the HR Certification Institute*** 

    REGISTER & PAY:   Online registration opens up approximately two weeks prior to the event and closes the Thursday before the meeting at midnight.  Walk-ins are always welcome after that time!

    Health Technologies to Impact Your Bottom Line

    Presented by:

    Clark Lagemann, Health Options Worldwide

    Healthcare costs are growing at a rate of nearly 8% each year. But don’t jump to the conclusion that this can’t be changed!  Come join us for an engaging presentation on new technologies that can help to make healthcare fun and appealing for your workforce while reducing costs.   

    Understand the perceptions of your workforce around benefit design, health initiatives, and wellness campaigns to influence satisfaction. Combine this new found knowledge with the most effective technology platforms available to motivate and educate employees. HR professionals will leave the presentation with actionable advice to transform a standard employee into a savvy health consumer.

    About Our Speaker

    Clark Lagemann is Co-Founder and Vice President of Health Options Worldwide, a health IT company that helps employers reduce health spend through the proactive management of their employees. Before he decided to leave corporate America to launch a startup, Clark designed marketing and engagement strategies for 4 of the top 15 US News Best Hospitals. During his tenure, he tracked patient behaviors and successfully increased healthcare utilization in demographics that were typically unresponsive to traditional communications.  Currently he serves on the International Committee at the Westfield YMCA and as a Rutgers University Business School alumni mentor. He also looks to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs through his work as the founder of Scarlet Startups.