Lisa Wendorff, marketing communications specialist
Lisa Wendorff joined The Alliance in 2015 and currently serves as the cooperative’s marketing communications specialist. Her responsibilities include the development of effective communications and marketing materials for Alliance members and business partners.
Previously, Lisa worked at a founding member of The Alliance for 17 years as a marketing specialist. Lisa received her master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in Communications with an emphasis in Corporate Communications.
It can be a shock to hear that you need heart surgery. Knowing QualityPath has done the homework to help you find quality care is comforting. “I found the best care and peace of mind.” That was Nguyen Tran’s response when asked about his QualityPath experience after triple-bypass heart surgery.
What will happen to employer-sponsored health benefits if the American Health Care Act (AHCA) becomes law? At the March 2017 Alliance Learning Circle attorney John Barlament, partner at Quarles & Brady, weighed in on the murky scenarios created by the AHCA bill introduced by Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives.
When Vikki Brueggeman started working for Zimbrick in 2001 she learned how to construct self-funded health benefits that best fit Zimbrick’s employees and their families. We asked Brueggeman for her advice on how to optimize membership in The Alliance – both for you and for your organization’s employees and their families.
So, why don't traditional wellness programs work? Laura Putnam, CEO and founder of Motion Infusion, answered this at the Jan. 24, 2017 Alliance Learning Circle event in Madison, Wis.
“We can train ourselves to be happier,” said Dr. Kevin McCabe told the audience on Jan. 24, at the Alliance Learning Circle event: Does Happy = Healthy? (Transitioning from a Wellness Plan to a Well-Being Program). Learn how to train your brain and the five principles of happiness.
The trend of medical cost increases has leveled off, but it still outpaces inflation.So what is driving health care costs? And where are employers spending their health care dollars?
It’s been a decade of change for health care plan designs. And consumer-driven health plans (CDHPs) are the biggest change of all, according to John Young, CEO of Consumerdriven. Young explained why CDHPs are “nearing universal use” and why employers need them at The Alliance Annual Meeting Oct. 25.
Health care costs and quality can vary wildly. Employers know this. But how can employers better explain this to their employees who participate in the company’s health plan?
The Alliance believes in professional development for all staff members. That’s why identifying professional development opportunities is a standard item for all employees to discuss with their supervisors during annual performance reviews.