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Hello Heart to Exhibit at the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress in LA, Oct. 2 – 4

Hello Heart joins the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress (EHBC) in Los Angeles October 2 – 4, along with 2,000 attendees and 150 exhibitors from across the world for three days of learning the latest news and information in their industry and networking with peers. Attendees will be immersed in an exciting and vibrant environment to spark new ideas for improving employee health and benefits.

If you are involved in creating and maintaining worksite wellness programs, oversee healthcare reform compliance, offer or sell voluntary workplace benefits or administer a self-funded health plan, you cannot afford to miss the insight available at the EHBC. Highlights of this year’s event includes:

About Hello Heart

Hello Heart is a digital program that empowers people to understand and improve their heart health – the #1 cost factor for employers. The program is clinically based and targets people with high blood pressure. Every participant receives a wireless blood pressure monitor and real-time personalized tips on their smartphone. The solution is easy to use, and helps participants improve their heart health in a fun and engaging way. Hello Heart delivers real results – enrollment rates are 20-50% of targeted employees, and 50% of participants at risk reduce their blood pressure using Hello Heart.

About the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress

With multiple initiatives and platforms to unite the thriving employer healthcare industry, the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress (EHBC) is one of the largest healthcare conferences in the country. Participants and attendees will have the opportunity to take advantage of the hundreds of one-on-one networking opportunities with registrants from all of the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Conferences, providing seven times the traffic and networking for everyone attending the conferences this year. For more information, visit Employerhealthcarecongress.com

 

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