Andrew Webber explains an employer’s roles in health, including the influences and the obstacles employers face with transforming the healthcare delivery system. He shows you what employers want and how employers can get to their goals by building relationships.


Why you should watch

To learn relationship-building strategies to improve employee health and increase workforce activity.


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Andrew Webber is the Chief Executive Officer of the Maine Health Management Coalition. Mr. Webber currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Patient Centered Primary Care Collaborative, the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute and the Center for Advancing Health. Mr. Webber served for a decade in Washington, DC as the President and CEO of the National Business Coalition on Health (NBCH), a national membership association of 53 employer-led health coalitions in states, regions, and communities throughout the nation. Mr. Webber is a Harvard graduate and frequent speaker and lecturer on health and healthcare policy issues.

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The Octagon at Life University was created to foster dialogue and exchange on important social, political and conceptual issues based on Life University’s Eight Core Proficiencies. The Octagon creates an environment where questions and issues from every avenue of life can be embraced, discussed, debated and acted upon. As with most things in life it is not constrained by a lack of desire or need but only by limited human and financial resources. It is the intention of the University’s president, Dr. Guy Riekeman, for the Octagon to tackle important and controversial matters that will have long range impact and the potential for application in other fields. The Octagon does not seek to be reckless in its work but it does seek to be fearless in its charge, prepared to confront matters that frustrate society in a meaningful way. The Octagon can best be described as a think tank to promote world changing discussion related to healthcare and the human condition.