Google’s Josh Glynn to Present at 6th Annual Self Funding Conference

The 6th Annual Self-Funding Conference is pleased to announce Josh Glynn, Global Health & Performance Management, Google, Inc., as a speaker at the Sept 20-24 event in D.C this year.

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

Josh Glynn manages multiple global services and his team works on creating happy, healthy, high performing Googlers. With a focus on user experience and human performance, he seeks to understand how to best leverage the combination of people and technology to achieve better outcomes. Having been at Google for over 7 years, Josh has always focused on health and previously worked in the commercial and university space.

Josh will be presenting with Anthony Slater on the topic of “Creating a Performance Culture at Google.” This session will discuss a new disruptive force is producing sustainable and scalable outcomes across the workforce of one of the world’s most forward-thinking organizations.  Purposeful design and scalable technology have provided a more user-centered approach to increase employee engagement and improve employee health and performance

Josh joins over 100 different educational sessions, workshops, forums and summits. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear Josh speak! Register for the conference today!

The 6th Annual Healthcare Reform & Benefits Technology Conference is the annual meeting for the Corporate Health & Wellness Association. The Healthcare Reform & Benefits Technology Conference, BenTech® is the leading industry event introducing opportunities to learn best practices, case studies, and emerging trends within benefits and healthcare technology.

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