Calendar of Events

CPBGH Online Event: Dealing with the High Cost of Specialty Medicines

Dates: May 2, 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Cost: FREE for CPBGH Members
$25 Non-members
Registration: Click Here to Register
 

The ever-rising cost of prescription drugs is a big concern for employers in our region. That is why we have asked John Adler from Adler Rx to share with us the best ways to manage your prescription drug spend; particularly, the costs associated with specialty medications. Specialty medications can add thousands to the overall prescription drug spend in a relatively short period of time. In this session we will exam best practices for cost control while also ensuring your employees and covered family members have access to the medications they need.

 

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Social Resilience: Building Coping & Relationship Skills in the Workplace

Dates: May 8, 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Cost: FREE for CPBGH Members
$25 Non-members
Registration: Click Here to Register
 

In its simplest definition, resilience is the ability to bounce back and recover in the face of adversity. As today’s employees face more challenges and workplace stress, this skill is more valuable than ever. Join us for this important session on building coping and relationship skills for success. The team from Mazzitti & Sullivan will lead this session which will specifically focus on social resilience. Social resilience is based on the premise that as a social species, we work, think, and excel in groups and in teams. Socially resilient individuals value diverse perspectives, backgrounds, and skills. They intentionally seek out and build relationships with other people in order to build their support networks and to increase their resilience to challenges, changes, and unforeseen difficulty. Socially resilient communities, work teams, and families are productive during times of stability and can adapt in times of disruption. This training will focus on how to increase your social resilience through building coping and relationship skills.

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • * Define social resilience and understand its implications to daily life
  • * Identify strategies for increasing social resilience at work
  • * Identify strategies for increasing social resilience at home
  • * Assess their personal level of resilience and create an improvement plan moving forward

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2018 Health Summit: Building a Culture of Health

Dates: May 24, 2018
Time: 7:30 am - 12:00 p.m.
Location: Lancaster County Convention Center
25 S. Queen Street,Lancaster, PA
Cost: $45 Registration Fee
$20 Non-Profit Rate
Registration: Click Here to Register
 

The Health Summit is a partnership between the Central Penn Business Group on Health and LiveWell Lancaster. It is designed to bring together the business community and other community partners to promote better health and wellbeing in our community. In 2018, we are focused on creating a culture of health in our community. At this event we will share the results of the hard work being done to achieve our goal, recognize some of the top performers and re-energize the community to keep this goal top of mind. Our keynote speaker will be Susan Dentzer. Susan is a former Senior Policy Advisor at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She works closely with foundation leaders to carry out the organizational mission of improving the health and healthcare of all Americans.

 

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CPBGH Online Event:  Making the Unmentionables Mentionable

Dates: September 11, 2018
Time: 8:30 am - 9:30 a.m.
Cost: FREE for CPBGH Members
$25 Non-Member Fee
Registration: Click Here to Register
 

We know that emotional wellbeing and physical wellbeing are intricately intertwined as are the different parts of our lives we strive to balance each day. Creating a culture of wellbeing in the workplace is essential, but leaders are often challenged with how best to achieve this type of culture. By attending this meeting participants will:

  • Understand how the stigma of mental health impacts the wellbeing of not only our employees, but us all
  • Learn what the “unmentionables” are in terms of mental health awareness in the workplace
  • Learn and understand the value of the Do More for 1 in 4 Campaign
 

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