July 28, 2022
On-Demand

Supporting Employee Health & Resilience Through Personalized Well-being

In this industry-leading panel discussion, you'll learn why personalization is key to successful population health and why we need to meet employees where they are in a manner that is meaningful to them - improving business outcomes by prioritizing employee health.

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About the Webinar

This webinar will focus on why personalization is key to successful population health and why we need to meet employees where they are in a manner that is meaningful to them. This creates better outcomes and results, achieves better cost savings, and creates happier, more engaged, and productive employees. Over the past two years, our health and well-being have taken a backseat to multitasking, and stress, and this has set everyone back. Everyday necessities like eating well, exercising, and focusing on positive mental health have been difficult to prioritize. Since emerging from the pandemic, we now strive forward to create an environment to help foster each employee’s unique needs in becoming a healthier and more resilient person. Hear from leading organizations simple and convenient ways employers can win in both improving business outcomes by prioritizing employee health.

In this on-demand panel discussion, you'll learn:

  • Strategies to establish, or revamp, to meet holistic employee well-being needs
  • How companies are supporting their employees from nutrition, wellness, and work/life balance perspective
  • How proper nutrition and “access” to healthy meals can support overall well-being goals (e.g. lowering stress, improving productivity, enhancing immunity, etc.)
  • Actionable steps employers can make towards promoting better habits for their employees at work or working remotely

Speakers

Jonathan Edelheit, JD
Tom Futch

Vice President, FreshlyWell

Richard Safeer
Jonathan Edelheit, JD

Chairman & Co-Founder, Global Healthcare Resources

Richard Safeer
Richard Safeer

Chief Medical Director, John Hopkins Medicine

Richard Safeer