Federal Occupational Health Agency’s Matt Zakielarz to Speak at Corporate Wellness Conference

The 6th Annual Corporate Wellness Conference is pleased to announce Matt Zakielarz, Director, Wellness & Health Promotion, Program Support Center, Federal Occupational Health Agency, HHS, as a speaker at the September 20-24, 2014 event in D.C this year.

The Corporate Wellness Conference is part of the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress,, which is made up of 6+ other conference tracks dedicated towards employers and the benefits as well as the healthcare they offer their employees: Healthcare Reform, Self Funding, Global Benefits, Health Insurance Exchange, Voluntary Benefits, Corporate Fitness & Nutrition and more.

Matt Zakielarz is Director for Wellness and Health Promotion at Federal Occupational Health (FOH), the health services arm of the Program Support Center (PSC). The PSC is the Shared Services Organization for the United States Department of Health and Human Services and federal entities worldwide. Matt has the responsibility for leading the national FedStrive program, an integrated health, wellness and work/life balance program, designed to help all federal staff reach their goal of a healthier and more balanced life. His clients include all cabinet-level and independent federal agencies serving over 1.8 million employees. Prior to his current position, Matt managed the financial operations shared service for the PSC with the responsibility for leading transactional finance functions for the PSC and all of its financial services customers, with a portfolio of over $100B in annual budgetary authority.  With over 50 products and services offered federal-wide, the PSC manages the business of government so federal agencies can focus on their core missions. Matt recently served as the Lead of the PSC Service Director Team consisting of 18 business owners, managing their 50+ products and services.  With 26 years of experience in the federal shared-service environment, Matt is a key member of the PSC Leadership Team that is driving to a goal of being the leader in shared services across the federal government.

Matt will also be presenting with LCDR. Janae Lane Price and Garry M. Lindsay on the topic “Change Management: Health Service Integration within one Federal Agency.” This session will explore Federal Occupational Health (FOH), within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. They provide occupational health services to over 1.8 million civilian employees across 360 Federal agencies. Over the past three years, FOH has transitioned to an integrated health management model, moving from services provided in “silos” to a comprehensive whole-person approach. Service offerings and delivery are aligned with NCQA WHP accreditation standards which promote a culture of wellness with a goal of transforming the overall health and productivity of the Federal workforce to keep the low risk population at low risk, reduce major behavioral risk factors, and provide evidence-based health promotion programming.

Matt joins over 200 industry professionals and employers that will be speak at the 2014 event on over 100 different educational sessions, workshops, forums and summits.

The Corporate Wellness Conference® is fully integrated with the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress, one of the largest employee benefits and healthcare events in the world. The EHBC’s mission is simple. We provide intense, advanced education through successful and practical case studies presented by the world’s leading healthcare and insurance experts. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear him speak! Register for the conference today!

The 6th Annual Corporate Wellness Conference is the annual meeting for the Corporate Health & Wellness Association. The CHWA, is the leading non-profit association focused on health, wellness, disease prevention and management for employers, employees and their families. We are dedicated to providing educational, collaborative and networking opportunities for the industry to help move the industry in a positive direction.

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