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EBN | Workplace Strategies: Redefining Well-being in the Workplace

In a 2020 study about employer wellness programs by Willis Towers Watson, over 97% of company respondents committed to improving their health and wellness programs over the next few years. Changing U.S. opinion about what constitutes adequate health and healthcare has resulted in a change in the workplace. Instead of focusing on reactive medical services, employers and employees alike are increasingly seeking care that focuses on the holistic self, prioritizing emotional, financial, and mental health alongside physical health. Put simply, companies are shifting toward a “whole-person well-being” approach in their health and wellness programs.

In this live talk, we will cover:
- chronic conditions in the workplace by the numbers
- the changing perception of health and healthcare in the last decade
- what whole-person well-being in the workplace looks like
Recorded Aug 12 2021 34 mins
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Amy Crees, One Drop | Lindsay Sears, One Drop | Jaime Aholt, Bayer | Shira Wilensky, OneDigital
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  • Mental health, chronic conditions & the pandemic: a guide for employers Dec 1 2021 8:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Andrew Deutscher, Regenerate | Lindsay Sears, One Drop | Other guest speakers to be announced
    The global pandemic has been a major source of stress for many of us. The uncertainty and loneliness of repeated and sustained lockdowns, coupled with the threat of the virus have triggered a major rise in depression and anxiety across the global population.

    A recent survey by the American Psychological Association revealed that 78% of respondents said the pandemic was a major stressor for them, with 9% of respondents having been diagnosed with a mental health disorder since the start of the pandemic. As healthcare costs continue to rise and access to medical care remains a challenge, we are at a critical point with respect to US mental health.

    People with chronic conditions often suffer from low self-esteem. Adapting to life with a long-term health condition and dealing with the associated stigma can seriously damage a person’s sense of self-worth. The National Association for Self-Esteem describes good self-esteem as “the experience of being capable of meeting life’s challenges and being worthy of happiness.” For employers, failing to support people with chronic conditions and those struggling with mental health means missing out on the full potential that employees have to offer.

    In Episode 3 of One Drop’s series “The future of employee wellbeing: adapting benefits to the new normal ,” we’re discussing the impact of the global pandemic on mental health in the US and exploring steps employers can take to mitigate the effects for employees with chronic conditions.

    Discussion points include:
    - The impact of covid-19 on national mental health
    - Detangling the relationship between self-esteem, chronic conditions and employee productivity
    - Offering personalised benefits packages to help manage chronic conditions and mental health
    - And more..
  • Supporting Employees to Manage Post-Lockdown Weight Gain in the U.S. Oct 27 2021 7:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Andrew Deutscher, Regenerate | Cameron Betts, Mercer | Sean Kramer, Diabetes Research Institute | Harpreet Nagra, One Drop
    The future of employee wellbeing: adapting benefits to the new normal - Ep. 2

    Aside from the global pandemic caused by the coronavirus, a recent poll by the American Psychological Association suggests that stress, trauma and changes to lifestyle are causing immense strain on our mental and physical health, and could trigger a secondary health crisis.

    For many, the stress of the pandemic has resulted in unintentional weight gain. A recent report by the American Psychological Association found that 42% of US adults gained an average of 29 pounds last year, and while weight gain in and of itself is not unhealthy, excess weight can increase the risk of developing chronic health conditions, like heart disease, diabetes and stroke.

    As we start to move into the ‘new normal,’ employers need to be aware of the emotional and physical toll that the pandemic has caused. Adapting benefits packages to help employees with weight gain and management of chronic conditions are examples of the steps employers can take to acknowledge and tackle the difficulties employees are facing.

    In Episode 2 of One Drop’s series “The future of employee wellbeing: adapting benefits to the new normal ,” we’re tackling the issue of post-covid weight gain and exploring strategies employers can use to develop a benefits program that helps employees prevent and manage chronic conditions.

    Topics for discussion include:
    - Lockdown weight-gain: why should employers care?
    - The human and financial cost of diabetes management and how it’s impacting your bottom line
    - Adapting benefits programmes to offer more support to employees with chronic conditions
    - And more..

    Speakers:
    - Cameron Betts, Principal - Health & Benefits Consultant, Mercer
    - Sean Kramer, CEO, Diabetes Research Institute Foundation
    - Harpreet Nagra, VP of Behavior Science, One Drop
  • Supporting employee wellbeing to protect against the risks of heart disease Recorded: Sep 29 2021 32 mins
    Jamillah Hoy-Rosas, One Drop | Jaime Aholt, Bayer Crop Science | Andrew Deutscher, Regenerate & SSCA Inc.
    Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death worldwide, taking an estimated 17.9 million lives every year. In the US, heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women across most racial and ethnic groups, causing approximately 655,000 deaths each year.

    Aside from the human cost, heart conditions cost the US approximately $219 billion each year in healthcare services, medicines and loss of productivity. For employers, the challenge is to offer sufficient healthcare benefits to protect all employees against the risks of heart disease while offering long-term support to those most at risk.

    For employees with chronic conditions like diabetes, the risk of developing heart disease is much greater. To develop a more inclusive working environment, employers need to prioritize the needs of those most at risk by employing support and management strategies that alleviate the costs of living with a chronic condition and protect against absenteeism.

    In Episode 1 of One Drop’s Original Series “The future of employee wellbeing: adapting benefits to the new normal,“ you’ll hear from benefit experts and clinical experts about how to start mitigating the risks of poor heart health in your company.

    Join the session to explore:

    - Understand the risks of heart disease and how they impact your bottom line
    - Discover cross-company tools and techniques to employ to help employees manage heart health
    - Explore support strategies you can offer employees with diabetes and other chronic conditions to help them better manage their conditions and protect them against heart disease
    - And more

    Speakers:
    - Jamillah Hoy-Rosas, Vice President - Clinical Operations, One Drop
    - Jaime Aholt, Sr Benefits Analyst & Well-Being Lead, Bayer Crop Science
  • EBN | Workplace Strategies: Redefining Well-being in the Workplace Recorded: Aug 12 2021 34 mins
    Amy Crees, One Drop | Lindsay Sears, One Drop | Jaime Aholt, Bayer | Shira Wilensky, OneDigital
    In a 2020 study about employer wellness programs by Willis Towers Watson, over 97% of company respondents committed to improving their health and wellness programs over the next few years. Changing U.S. opinion about what constitutes adequate health and healthcare has resulted in a change in the workplace. Instead of focusing on reactive medical services, employers and employees alike are increasingly seeking care that focuses on the holistic self, prioritizing emotional, financial, and mental health alongside physical health. Put simply, companies are shifting toward a “whole-person well-being” approach in their health and wellness programs.

    In this live talk, we will cover:
    - chronic conditions in the workplace by the numbers
    - the changing perception of health and healthcare in the last decade
    - what whole-person well-being in the workplace looks like
  • Redefining Well-Being in the Workplace Recorded: Jun 24 2021 29 mins
    Jaime Aholt, Sr Benefits Analyst & Wellbeing Lead (Bayer); Lindsay Sears, VP Outcome Research; Amy Crees, RD+Coach (One Drop)
    In a 2020 study about employer wellness programs by Willis Towers Watson, over 97% of company respondents committed to improving their health and wellness programs over the next few years. Changing U.S. opinion about what constitutes adequate health and healthcare has resulted in a change in the workplace. Instead of focusing on reactive medical services, employers and employees alike are increasingly seeking care that focuses on the holistic self, prioritizing emotional, financial, and mental health alongside physical health. Put simply, companies are shifting toward a “whole-person well-being” approach in their health and wellness programs.

    In this live talk, we will cover:
    - chronic conditions in the workplace by the numbers
    - the changing perception of health and healthcare in the last decade
    - what whole-person well-being in the workplace looks like
  • How Health Coaching Improves Employee Well-being and Lowers Healthcare Costs Recorded: Mar 4 2021 18 mins
    One Drop
    Speakers: Amy Crees, RD Clinical Health Coach (One Drop); Jamillah Hoy-Rosas, VP of Clinical Operations (One Drop); Catherine, One Drop Employer Program Participant

    For many of your employees with chronic conditions, improving their health starts and stops with a doctor visit. They schedule a checkup, their physician gives them a treatment plan, and then they’re on their own to improve their health. While this may sound easy, managing a chronic condition often involves making lifestyle changes that can prove incredibly challenging. It’s in between doctor visits that these changes can be made to improve their condition and health in general. Pre-pandemic workforce burnout cost employers between $120B and $190B in healthcare spending, directly affecting employees with chronic conditions. That’s where a health coach comes in.

    In this live talk, we will cover:
    - how health coaches help individuals toward a healthier life
    - data that show the effectiveness of health coaching on managing chronic conditions
    - how employees who are supported through a health coach improves the employer's bottom line
  • How AI-powered insights combined with behavioral science deliver results Recorded: Feb 25 2021 36 mins
    Dan Goldner, VP of Data Science (One Drop); Gina Merchant, Health Tech Consultant
    Learn the latest innovations in AI-powered virtual care programs for employees and family members managing chronic conditions. This engaging event includes a review of One Drop's newly published health outcomes data at the 80th Annual Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association.

    Tune in to learn:
    - How virtual care programs are ideally suited to serve people with chronic conditions
    - How One Drop harnesses 11 billion data points to deliver actionable health insights
    - How program participants are experiencing new levels of personalization and engagement
  • Reimagining Chronic Condition Care in the Age of COVID-19 Recorded: Feb 18 2021 31 mins
    Dan Goldner, VP of Data Science; Jamillah Hoy-Rosas, Director of Clinical Operations; Brian Kemper, SVP of Enterprise
    2020 will be a year to remember; life changed overnight and the United States was faced not just with a global pandemic, but another health crisis too: chronic conditions. What does this mean for employers and their workforce?

    Tune in for a discussion on how the healthcare landscape transformed from in-person to virtual care overnight and how employers can take this as an opportunity to better support employees living with chronic conditions.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    - What virtual healthcare is, how it exploded overnight, and the role employers played in its acceleration
    - Why it’s critical to supplement virtual healthcare with virtual self-care
    - Actionable takeaways to support your employees
    - How One Drop’s AI-powered self-care approach is delivering results for employers
  • Reimagine Possible with One Drop Recorded: Jan 22 2021 2 mins
    One Drop
    Unlock your team’s potential with our predictive, AI-powered program that harnesses data science, behavioral science, and health science to deliver a highly personalized whole-person approach to staying healthy.
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