Palm Beach Gardens, FL, May 01, 2015 –(PR.com)– WellRight, a wellness software provider, will be a silver level sponsor for the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress (EHBC). The EHBC will take place September 27 – 30 in Orlando, FL.
WellRight, LLC provides wellness software and programs to all industries. Take your wellness program to the next level with WellRight, the most versatile tool available for wellness management. Engage employees through an interactive HRA, health and fitness trackers, device integration and extensive educational material with quantifiable results.
About the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress
The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress consists of six niche insurance industry conference tracks;
Corporate Wellness Conference (www.corporatewellnessconference.com)
Voluntary Benefits Conference (www.voluntarybenefitsconference.com)
Self-Funding & Workers Compensation Conference (www.selffundingconference.com),
National Healthcare Reform Conference (www.healthcarereformconference.com),
Global Benefits Conference (www.globalbenefitsconference.com), and
Health Insurance Exchange Conference (www.healthinsuranceexchangeconference.com)
The 2015 EHBC will see new programs to assist industry professionals and showcase the latest industry trends. Some which include: Hosting the 100 Healthiest Employer Awards Ceremony (H100), integrating with the HR Professional Association and the International Luxury Hotel Association for the conference, a wide wearable device challenge for all attendess, and the Corporate Wellness Incubator Shark Tank Competition which will host inventors and allow them to display their creations and receive funding.
The Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress (EHBC) is the largest U.S. healthcare conference. The 7th Annual Employer Healthcare & Benefit Congress anticipates up to 2,500 attendees, up to 200. Participants and attendees will have the chance to engage in one-on-one networking meetings with registrants to meet and discuss the industry.
Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress