Thursday, Feb 4, 2021 | 1:00 PM ET
Adapting Workplace Wellness Strategies to Address a Changing Healthcare Landscape
COVID-19 has dramatically reshaped how Americans feel about their health and how they access care. It has also taken a significant toll on their mental well-being. But there is one bright spot: Employees are more aware of and engaged with their health. How can employers capitalize on this heightened interest to keep pace with today’s new health landscape and guide their workforce towards improved wellness?
Employees are eager for new solutions, meaning it’s essential for employers to re-evaluate their workplace wellness strategies to ensure they’re proactively supporting the well-being of their workforce — and, by extension, the health of their own bottom line. Leaders in the field will discuss actionable ways to adapt your workplace wellness strategy during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
- Hear full findings and insights from Rally Health’s 2020 Preventive Care in America survey
- Discuss proven wellness initiatives that have worked and how to implement them in your organizations
- Review lessons learned from 2020 and how to adjust as we move past the pandemic
Seth Serxner, PhD, MPHChief Health Officer and Senior Vice President of Population Health, Optum
Lauren Binder-Hines, MS, RDHealth Promotion Specialist, Optum Workplace Well-being
Douglas Grossman-McKeeDirector, Health & Welfare, Eaton
Rick Hecht, MFT, MBAVP, EAP, Market Leader, Rally Health