End of the Line for the Health Risk Assessment? What's Next? 

Join health industry expert Andrew Sykes of Habits at Work as he discusses the failings of traditional health risk assessments and how new research and technology are yielding the results we all strive for.

Russell Benaroya of EveryMove will host.

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Wed, March 23rd




The webinar will be about 30 mins + extra time for questions.

About the Speaker

Russell Benaroya
Andrew Sykes


Russell is co-founder and CEO of EveryMove, Inc. EveryMove creates award-winning web and mobile apps that combine big data and consumer design to energize the relationship between health plans and individuals.   EveryMove’s proprietary technology platform, Tandem, turns lifestyle data into highly personalized offers that align with the goals of the health plan and the member.

Russell is on a mission to improve the health of 10 million people in 10 years.


Andrew is a Habit Actuary. He is the Founder and President of Habits at Work, a consulting firm that combines actuarial science with behavioral research to help employers, wellness companies and insurers flourish by supporting the health, happiness and security of their employees and members.

Andrew is on a mission to get people to practice a set of pivotal habits so they can generate better performance at work and build companies that flourish as a result.

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Can I ask questions?

Absolutely! This webinar is for you. Bring your questions and participate during Q&A.

What if I register but can't make it?

Not a problem. We will email out a link to a recording of the webinar for those that cannot make it or wish to review or share it with others. 

Will the webinar be recorded?

Yes, this webinar will be recorded and the recording will be available to all that have registered. 

Can I send questions ahead of time?

Yes. Feel free to send questions ahead of time to james.andrews@everymove.com. We will answer as many questions as time allows.

What you will learn:

  • Why HRAs don’t work, and may even leave individuals LESS likely to change health habits

  • How new behavioral influence methods help people create sustainable healthy habits

  • How hyper-personalization drives engagement

  • Why you’ll never want to roll out a traditional HRA again, when you see what’s possible instead.

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