Kembre Roberts, Ph.D., currently serves as a vice president and the Wellbeing PracticeLeader for Lockton Dunning Benefits. In her role, she leads a team of individuals supporting clients in the areas of career, community, financial, physical and mental wellbeing. Prior to joining Lockton, she held leadership roles in employee wellness and benefits for Fortune 500 Companies including Southwest Airlines and L-3Communications. She is known to participate on many local and national advisory groups for employee culture, wellbeing, and population health topics and has a strong commitment to helping employers gain the resources and information they need to provide the best place to work for their employees. Kembre is a sought speaker and most recently had the honor of being featured by American Health care Leader for her pioneering efforts in employee wellbeing. Her most valued time is spent with her husband and three kids. Kembre’s areas of expertise include: Development, implementation, measurement, and evaluation of employee well-being initiatives- Customized approaches for workplace mental health programs-Integrated strategic road mapping of career, community, financial, physical, and mental wellbeing-Alignment with efforts to support diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workforce-Strategic delivery of direction for health promotion, disease management and wellness programs-Customized programs tailored to risk, financial and cultural needs.
Addressing mental health, integrated approach across all areas of wellbeing, and addressing social determinants of health.
Mental health and wellbeing, SDOH tools and support programs, and peer/individualized support.
Culture and Care, we're taking a greater focus on looking at the diverse needs of our workforce and doing the same for our clients to ensure the programs are delivering meaningful value and the right type of support. We believe this will support reduction or redirection of spending from not only the health plan but other areas such as recruitment and retention efforts. We know costs are important, but we're leading with Culture and Care first.
Turnover, mental health from plan and productivity, and inappropriate site of care.
Our focus has been on redirecting spend.
Yes, taking wellbeing to a higher level than physical and mental health by incorporating financial, community, DEI, and career into the approach.
Pharmacy still isn't where it could be for most on remote delivery. Accessibility to pharmacies for many of our client populations is quite a challenge and the kinks in the remote delivery systems still need to be worked out.
This session will examine how the leading, progressive organizations are transforming what healthcare and well-being benefits they provide to be more inclusive. How can benefits play an essential role in making employees feel safe, included and feel tremendously loyal and loving towards their employee.View session details
Remember the mission to reach the moon? In 1962, President JFK set forth a vision. He initiated a movement that outlived him! Even in his death, the mission was accomplished seven years after his famous speech. Now we’re on a five-year mission, and it's not about us. This is a mission for you – the individual, the stakeholder, the employer healthcare and benefits professional. Join the mission to reduce costs, reimagine culture, and reinvent care.
Reduce employer healthcare and benefits costs by 25% by 2025.
Reimagine engagement and well-being.
Provide 40% of healthcare services virtually and through technology by 2025.