The Strength of Strategic Health and Productivity Management
2 CEs have been approved by the WAOIC.
Join Marilyn Guthrie, Healthcare Program Manager, of Aduro, Inc. as she explores the foundation of a powerful human performance program.
- Explore how to successfully use data to align culture, health and performance,
- Review the concept of human performance,
- Examine the behavior change model to deepen engagement, and
- Demonstrate how integration of data, and the right tools and support, drive measurable outcomes.
In her current role, Marilyn is responsible for the oversight of client relations and services for the healthcare sector at Aduro, Inc. - a human performance and well-being organization. Prior to joining Aduro, Marilyn spent a decade in benefits management at large employers such as REI and WaMU and almost fifteen years in the healthcare delivery system, including primary care. In those roles, she helped design and drive enterprise-wide strategic health and productivity management initiatives for each organization.
Over the span of her professional career, Marilyn has held a variety of senior management positions in diverse venues-including EAP, work/life, wellness and health care organizations-where she has honed her expertise and passion related to individual empowerment and engagement in personal health management. Her role at Aduro draws upon her diverse experiences to influence and deliver an optimal health care experience for both individuals and plan sponsors. A native to the Northwest, Marilyn enjoys spending her leisure time doing cultural and recreational pursuits of biking, running, and X-C skiing, as well as cooking, fine dining and wine tasting with her husband Mark and two adult children, Melissa and Ben!
Wearables and The Quantified Self Movement
Join David Donovick, Co-Founder and CEO of Pivotal Living, for an educational presentation on Pivotal Living’s unique approach to the future of activity tracking and behavior modification.
- Explore the problems surrounding today’s typical activity trackers, and why we need to look at broader data collection,
- Review why individuals and organizations should track health and activity data,
- Share results of engagement, and
- Evaluate the wearables landscape – What’s available today? Where are we headed?
After losing a family member to a preventable heart attack, David became inspired to live a healthier life and strives to help others to be more health conscious. At Pivotal Living, David and his team are building affordable, beautiful and simple technologies that help people to make better choices every day for longer, happier and healthier lives.
David was born and raised in Seattle and has international experience working professionally with Fortune 500 companies, including Microsoft and Nike. His work creating the world's most affordable fitness band has already won numerous awards (including Top Fitness Tracker 2015 by CNET and #1 New Release in Wearable Tech by Amazon.com) and been recognized in prominent media sources such as the USA Today, CNET, Engadget, Geekwire, Buzzfeed, ZD Net, The Huffington Post and Fast Company.
David is a keynote speaker who has told his story to audiences at venues such as Health 2.0, Frog Design, Microsoft, Amazon, University of Washington, Yale and many others.
Online registration deadline is May 31.
Register by phone until noon on June 1 at 206-623-8632.
No refunds after May 31.
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Washington Athletic Club
1325 6th Ave, Seattle 98101 • map
7:15-8:00 am Registration, Breakfast, WAOIC sign in
8:00-8:50 am Program
8:50-9:00 am Break
9:00-9:50 am Program
9:50-10:00 am Q&A, WAOIC sign out
$60 members; $85 non-members and guests by registration deadline.
$75 members; $100 non-members and guests after deadline or at door.
Your WAOIC number is required on the sign in / sign out form in order to qualify for CE credits.