Employee Wellness Program Regulations: How to Protect the Individual and Promote Health and Wellbeing


Jim Pshock presents Minimize Employee Privacy Concerns

Jim Pshock

Founder & CEO, Bravo Wellness

CHES 1.0* | ICHWC 1.0 |CDR 1.0

The EEOC safe harbor protecting the use of 30 percent of premium for wellness incentives that are tied to an exam and disability-related questions has officially been vacated. In a nation where health risks and chronic conditions are the norm, not the exception, we can see that the wellness industry is seeking a balance between protecting employee privacy and promoting wellbeing. Join this session to learn the latest information as the EEOC prepares new regulations to employer health promotion programs and what employers can do in the interim to inspire personal improvement in their populations. Session attendees will walk away with before-and-after comprehensive health promotion program designs to guide their wellness program strategy, interventions and incentives.

Presenter Bio(s):

Jim Pshock founded Bravo Wellness in 2008 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. As a visionary with a deep understanding of wellness regulations, he has developed and executed an innovative business concept to address an underserved niche market. Jim is a passionate and energetic entrepreneurial leader with over 28 years of experience in employee health and benefits. He demonstrates diverse industry and functional expertise with a tenacious commitment to providing exceptional service and value that leads to growing market-share. Jim frequently presents to regional and national audiences, including C-suite professionals, industry experts, and a variety of associations. In addition, he has authored and contributed to national press publications. Jim serves on several public policy and health advocacy committees and participates in research groups for workplace wellness incentive programs, providing education and guidance. Jim received the Northeast Ohio Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® Award in 2011.