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Employee Engagement: Key to Healthcare Innovation

Broadcast on: July 20, 2010 – 1PM EST / 10AM PST

Healthcare spending is one of the biggest threats to US the financial health of employers today. It is essential for employers to find innovative strategies to get their healthcare spending under control. A handful of leading US employers, including Intel, have found success by engaging their employees to become active partners in their health, wellness and care management.

Join Intel’s Tami Graham and Dossia’s Steve Munini for a complimentary Webinar to learn about the innovative projects that Intel is pioneering to deliver more value to their employees and contain their healthcare spending.

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Broadcast on: July 20, 2010. 1PM EST / 10AM PST

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