No one could have prepared for COVID-19, but we can capitalize on current trends to predict and plan for the future. As workplace dynamics continue to shift, employees are looking to their employers for more support, guidance, and benefits than ever before.
Many benefits leaders are focused on near-term crisis strategies and supporting current employee health challenges, but it’s critical to understand the possible long-term implications of this pandemic’s disruption to healthcare–informing the necessary changes to help your people protect their health.
To understand how you can optimize spend and maximize your plan to improve health outcomes, it’s essential to stay on top of the latest trends in employee health. In this webinar, experts from the Springbuk health strategy and data science teams will discuss trends concerning telemedicine utilization, mental health impact, and substance abuse changes they’ve uncovered from aggregate data spanning 4,000 employers.
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About Jennifer Jones, MSM, RD
Jennifer Jones is an experienced healthcare professional with a background in clinical dietetics, wellness programming, and employer health. With over 20 years of experience, she has worked in various settings, including healthcare systems, occupational health organizations and health and welfare benefits advisory firms. After working directly with patients and employees, Jennifer joined Springbuk, where she serves as the Sr. Director of Health Strategy Services, and turned her focus to population and employer health to achieve a greater impact on health outcomes.
About Janet Young, M.D.
With more than 20 years of experience, Janet Young, Lead Clinical Scientist at Springbuk, has provided clinical expertise and oversight to the development of healthcare analytics used in provider, payer, employer, and government sectors. Most recently, Young served as a lead clinical scientist at IBM Watson Health, guiding clinical content development related to new models, methods and analytics using claims, EMR, Health Risk Assessment, and socio-demographic data. Young received her M.D. from Yale University School of Medicine.