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Cyndy Nayer Launches Center of Health Engagement
Date:10/24/2013

cy benefit design, health promotion and community health improvement.  She was a founder and the first CEO of the Center for Health Value Innovation (CHVI), which she left in October 2012 in order to accelerate the focus on community health improvement. "The downturn in the economy in 2010, the insights into community-level priorities for recovery, and the focus on employers came together in tools I had built for previous clients.  In each endeavor, the focus was on creating meaningful, actionable, and affordable steps for better health and financial outcomes.  The Health Value Continuum, which was built even before CHVI was established, and the prioritization of risks from low engagement, were hallmarks of my previous work."  Shawn Leavitt, senior vice-president for global benefits for Comcast, says "I have been connected with Cyndy's work for years. Now, it's time to pull the pieces together with other like-minded thinkers and, more importantly, do-ers, so we support healthier families that learn, work, and build profitable US companies of all sizes."

"I've watched Cyndy bring competing organizations together, build consensus on key concepts, and move public and private employers to higher levels of health outcomes.  I believe she is one of 5 of the smartest individuals in this country in health benefit management and getting to health economic goals," says Rick Finch, Director of Benefits Services for The Drummond Company, Inc., a member of the Center of Health Engagement Advisory Council.

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As America recovers from the Great Recession and rebuilds, the productivity of the workforce remains a frontline goal for businesses large and small.  With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, rapid change in payment and acquisition of health care is occurring. "No matter if the person is insured through an exchange—
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