Executive Education to host Breakfast to Business - Reigning in Employer Health Care Costs

March 6, 2019

Baton Rouge – LSU Executive Education will host its Breakfast to Business event Tuesday, April 23, 2019, at 7:30 a.m. at the Business Education Complex, home of LSU’s E. J. Ourso College of Business. The topic will be Reigning in Employer Health Care Costs.

The topic will include using ​a ​new ​view ​of ​health ​instead ​of ​health care ​and ​without ​the ​typical ​costly ​wellness ​programs, ​employers ​can ​take ​control ​of ​these ​escalating ​costs ​all ​while ​doing ​more ​to ​encourage ​improvement ​in ​the ​health ​and ​well-being ​of ​their ​employees. Steve ​Levin, ​PT, ​OCS, ​FAAOMPT, is the keynote speaker and ​he will ​present ​innovative ​steps ​to ​switch ​focus ​from ​insurance ​industry ​focused ​health care ​to ​the ​broader ​role ​of ​employee ​health ​in ​an ​effort ​to ​save ​money.

Levin ​received ​his ​Physical ​Therapy ​degree ​from ​the ​University ​of ​Alberta ​in ​Edmonton ​and ​a ​master’s ​degree ​in ​Rehabilitation ​Science ​from ​the ​University ​of ​British ​Columbia ​in ​Vancouver. ​He ​continued ​with ​post ​graduate ​training ​becoming ​a ​Board ​Certified ​Orthopaedic ​Specialist ​through ​the ​American ​Board ​of ​Physical ​Therapy ​Specialties. ​Levin later completed certification through the Manual Therapy Institute. ​He ​gained ​Fellow ​status ​in ​2013 ​and is ​one ​of ​11 ​Fellowship ​trained ​Physical ​Therapists ​in ​the ​state ​of ​Louisiana. ​He ​has ​published ​research ​in ​professional ​journals ​and ​has ​served ​as ​a ​reviewer ​for ​The ​Journal ​of ​Manual ​and ​Manipulative ​Therapy ​and ​Manual ​Therapy.

Register by April 23, 2019, at to attend Reigning in Employer Health Care Costs - Breakfast to Business.


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Contact: Elizabeth Eaton
LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business