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How to Turn This Existential Wellness Lemon into Existential Wellness Lemonade
The proposed new EEOC wellness rules got announced 01/07...and by 01/21 they were DOA.

Join experts Barbara Zabawa JD (founder of the Center for Health and Wellness Law) and Quizzify CEO Al Lewis (author of Cracking Health Costs and Surviving Workplace Wellness) at 1 PM EST on Monday, February 1, as they peel the EEOC onion.

You’ll learn:
• Why you should assume the loophole in these rules is dead
• What the governing law is now...and why your screening program is likely in violation of it
• Why the forthcoming decision in the pending Yale lawsuit will ramp up the pressure to bring your program into compliance

Most importantly, we will show you how you can easily comply, create a better program than ever, and -- as the title says -- turn this existential wellness lemon into existential wellness lemonade.

Feb 1, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Barbara Zabawa
Founder and President @The Center for Health and Wellness Law
Barbara J. Zabawa JD, MPH, is the founder and President of the Center for Health and Wellness Law, LLC, a law firm dedicated to improving legal access and compliance for the health and wellness industries. She is lead author of the book Rule the Rules on Workplace Wellness Programs, published by the American Bar Association. She is a frequent writer and speaker on health and wellness law topics, having presented for national organizations such as WELCOA, National Wellness Conference, HPLive, Healthstat University and HERO.
Al Lewis
CEO @Quizzify
Al Lewis JD is CEO of Quizzify, the leading employee health literacy company, and author of three trade-bestselling books on wellness. He is also the co-founder of the Validation Institute. Forbes named him one of the 13 “unsung heroes” in healthcare. His work on wellness has been published in Health Affairs and in the Wall Street Journal, and his best-known “hack,” to prevent surprise bills for non-elective care, was featured in the New York Times. And this EEOC hack is as good as that one!