3 Days of Learning & Inspiration

May 04-06, 2021
Virtual, times in Eastern Daylight Time

Tuesday, May 04, 2021

10:00 - 11:00 am
The Business Group Resource Library
  • Employee Well-being: What Survey Data Tell Us
  • How has employee well-being changed through the pandemic? Were employer offerings adapted to actual employee needs? Listen and view this conversation between the lead researchers of the Business Group’s two well-being surveys – one conducted on employees, another surveying employers – to learn what’s ahead for workforce well-being.

  • Access six timely Business Group on Health podcasts - conversations with experts on the most relevant health and well-being issues facing employers today:
  • 1 | Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Its Perils (Bias) and Potential 
  • 2 | Burnout: Is Your Organization on Fire?
  • 3 | The Case for Honoring Caregivers 
  • 4 | Overcoming FONO - Fear of Normal
  • 5 | Overcoming Health Disparities to Achieve Health Equity
  • 6 | Strengthening Body and Mind Through Immune Resilience 
10:00 - 10:20 am
Morning Workout: Strength

Start the conference off with a workout guaranteed to get your blood pumping. Join a certified wellness coach as she takes you through a personalized 20-minute workout. It doesn’t matter if this is your first workout of 2021 or your second workout today – all the moves are completely modifiable to match your workout level. Don’t forget a towel and water bottle. 

Sponsored by WebMD Health Services

10:30 - 11:00 am
Connecting With Coffee

Make connections with fellow attendees and members of the Business Group team during an interactive session where you will also get tips on key conference platform features and conference highlights.

Pam Kalen
Vice President
Business Group on Health
11:00 - 11:45 am

Keynote

Business Group on Health Welcome and Opening Keynote: From Crisis to Opportunity: Solving America's Health Care Crisis with Strategies That Work for Everyone

Join the President and CEO in kicking off the Business Group's 2021 Annual Conference and to learn how the conference can help large employers pivot "From Crisis to Opportunity".

Our opening keynote speaker will offer an assessment of the health care cost and delivery challenges in the U.S. In light of the acceleration of change forced by the pandemic, Dr. Lee will share her thoughts on how innovation, technology and focus on value can help us build a better, stronger, more efficient health care delivery system.

Ellen Kelsay
President and CEO
Business Group on Health
Vivian S. Lee, MD, PhD
President of Health Platforms
Verily Life Sciences
11:45 - 12:00 pm
12:00 - 12:45 pm
1A: Meeting Employees’ Increasingly Urgent Mental Health Needs

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed a spotlight on employees’ behavioral health needs, with a concerning rise in high acuity cases. Hear about a solution aimed at engaging and navigating patients requiring complex care support in a way that improves quality and expands access.

Melissa Fitzgerald
Senior Director
ConsumerMedical
Katie Archer
Director
The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc.
12:00 - 12:45 pm
1B: Delivering Whole Person Care Virtually

The role of virtual care delivery quickly evolved in 2020 from supporting people with acute needs to being an essential element of their care. Speakers will share insights on supporting global employee workforce in their virtual care journey and will discuss solutions that focus on whole-person virtual care, leveraging combined analytics, expert guidance, and connected technology to deliver, enable and empower better health outcomes.

Kyle Longton
Chief Operating Officer
American Foreign Service Protective Association (AFSPA)
Jim Winkler
Senior Vice President, Global Chief Innovation Officer
Aon Health Solutions
Kelly Bliss
President, U.S. Group Health
Teladoc Health
12:00 - 12:45 pm
1C: Measuring the Impact of Your Health and Well-being Programs

Hear about U-Haul International’s journey to wellness, including how it’s championed by leadership and has captured the engagement and goodwill of recruits and current employees alike. At the same time, U-Haul is partnering with Springbuk on health data analytics to uncover cost drivers and gaps in care, identify appropriate solutions and track intervention progress for its 32,000 employees. Speakers will discuss using data to make decisions, improve outcomes and determine how health and wellness programs are performing.

Penny Moore
Chief Commercial Officer
Springbuk
Monique (Wantland) Harty
Wellness Program Manager
U-Haul International
Jessica Lopez
Chief of Staff
U-Haul International
12:45 - 1:00 pm
Food for Thought Meal Break

Take this time to replenish and recharge! Nourish your body with healthy refreshments and nourish your mind with some well-being tips. Sponsored by Lyra Health

1:15 - 1:45 pm

Plenary

Is Mental Health Truly Equitable?

Everyone should have access to effective mental health care. But everyone's experience with poor mental health is unique and deeply impacted by their identities. Long-standing systemic oppression and discrimination within the U.S. has made it harder for marginalized groups to access and receive quality care. Stigma surrounding poor mental health is pervasive within the U.S., but research suggests that it is particularly strong among communities of color. Join Jae Kullar, Dr. Juliette McClendon and Peter Hames, for a conversation on equity and mental health. They will discuss disparities in mental health and health care, the importance of cultural competency and how employers can help employees gain a better understanding of mental health and feel empowered to seek care.

Peter Hames
Co-founder and CEO
Big Health
Juliette McClendon, PhD
Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Boston University School of Medicine
Jae Kullar
General Manager, Global Health & Wellbeing
Delta Air Lines, Inc.
1:45 - 2:00 pm
2:00 - 2:45 pm
2A: Innovation in Pharmacy Benefit Management: Unbundling The PBM

Faced with escalating drug costs, an unrelenting pipeline and a lack of transparency, employers are looking to assert more control when it comes to managing their pharmacy benefit. In this session, three passionate and innovative employers will discuss new approaches to pharmacy innovation, including the exploration of pharmacy solutions outside of the traditional pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) umbrella and the unbundling of certain services.

Mike Jansen
Senior Director of U.S. Health & Wellbeing
Wal-Mart, Inc.
Jason Parrott
Senior Manager, Healthcare & Well Being Strategy, M&A
The Boeing Company
Rich Krutsch
VP of People Services
ArcBest
Dickon Waterfield
Chief Commercial Officer
WithMe Health
2:00 - 2:45 pm
2B: Help is Here: Solving for Complex Leave Challenges

Navigating the world of employee leave is complicated and confusing. Today, large employers strive to deliver a positive leave experience amid a global pandemic, patchwork of state and local laws, and growing needs for more employee support. During this session, attendees will learn how two leading employers have risen to the challenge with their benefits programs with a focus on equity and inclusion, to help employees in moments that matter.

Cassandra McSweeney
International Policy and Global Programs Manager, Google People Operations
Google
Madelaine Pfahler
Director Benefits Planning and Communication
Occidental
Melissa Fetzer
Senior Consultant, Absence, Disability & Life Practice
Trion Group, a Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC
2:00 - 2:45 pm
2C: Addressing COVID-19 Risk Factors for Long Term Health

Chronic conditions, from obesity to hypertension and heart issues, have been identified as risk factors for significant COVID-19 illness and related complications. This session will explore how effective remote monitoring can promote better health, sustainable condition management and ultimately reduce risks of the adverse COVID-19 effects.

Julie Wilkes
Senior Manager - North American Well-Being & Resilience Lead
Accenture
Janet Lucas-Taylor
Senior Director of Employee Benefits
Northwestern Mutual
2:45 - 3:00 pm
Stretch Break: Yoga

Recharge your mind and body with this 10-minute stretch break. Join a certified wellness coach as she takes you through a 10-minute yoga flow to help reset your mind for the rest of the conference. Don’t forget your yoga mat. 

Sponsored by WebMD Health Services

3:00 - 3:45 pm

Plenary

Reaching New Frontiers of Virtual Care Delivery

There has been progressive movement away from episodic telemedicine care toward more longitudinal, holistic virtual patient care. Delivering health care virtually in ways that generate value and quality in care delivery and provide superior experience for patients will require investment and thought leadership. The experts and innovators will explore the prerequisites for reaching the new frontiers in virtual care delivery and making it an integral part of how quality, convenient care is delivered.

Janet Faircloth
Senior Vice President, Health Innovation
Aon
Tom X. Lee, MD
CEO
Galileo
Kristi Henderson
SVP of The Center for Digital Health & Innovation
Optum
3:45 - 4:00 pm
4:00 - 4:30 pm
Happy Half-hour Mixology

Join us and Teladoc Health for a mixology lesson from the comfort of your home. Led by an expert mixologist, you’ll create two different beverages that can be made with or without alcohol. View the recipe cards for a list of ingredients and guided instructions to make cocktails/mocktails with your peers. Cocktails not your preferred drink? That’s ok! You can bring your own beverage and still join the fun!

Wednesday, May 05, 2021

10:00 - 11:00 am
The Business Group Resource Library
  • Employee Well-being: What Survey Data Tell Us
  • How has employee well-being changed through the pandemic? Were employer offerings adapted to actual employee needs? Listen and view this conversation between the lead researchers of the Business Group’s two well-being surveys – one conducted on employees, another surveying employers – to learn what’s ahead for workforce well-being.

  • Access six timely Business Group on Health podcasts - conversations with experts on the most relevant health and well-being issues facing employers today:
  • 1 | Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Its Perils (Bias) and Potential 
  • 2 | Burnout: Is Your Organization on Fire?
  • 3 | The Case for Honoring Caregivers 
  • 4 | Overcoming FONO - Fear of Normal
  • 5 | Overcoming Health Disparities to Achieve Health Equity
  • 6 | Strengthening Body and Mind Through Immune Resilience 
10:00 - 10:20 am
Morning Workout: HIT

Ready for day 2?! Grab your towel and water bottle and join a certified wellness coach as she takes you through his heart pumping 20-minute workout. All the moves are completely modifiable to support all fitness levels! 

Sponsored by WebMD Health Services

11:00 - 11:45 am

Plenary

Day 2 Welcome and Plenary Session: Post-Pandemic Aftershocks

COVID-19 revealed the degree to which business continuity depends on sound health care strategy and the importance of workforce health. Certain post-pandemic aftershocks are already evident: lack of access to equitable and affordable health care, an emergent mental health epidemic and the aftermath of delays in care. Panelists will discuss strategies to overcome these challenges, such as navigation integrated with virtual care to improve access and quality, particularly in vulnerable populations; management of chronic conditions and COVID-19 “long haul;’ and the prioritization of mental health for individuals and families across the continuum, particularly in the wake of collective trauma. Technology as a contributor to existing and anticipated challenges will be explored, along with other strategies and recommendations for large employers.

Ami Parekh, MD, JD
Chief Health Officer
Grand Rounds Health and Doctor on Demand
Don Mordecai, MD
National Leader for Mental Health and Wellness
Kaiser Permanente
Pascale Thomas
Vice President, Enterprise Employee Benefits and Well-Being
The Walt Disney Company
11:45 - 12:00 pm
12:00 - 12:45 pm
3A: At the Intersection of Primary Care Innovation and the Population Health Crisis

Human-centered, technology-powered primary care can provide peace of mind to employers and employees alike. With the role of data and technology in care delivery on full display, new modalities of connecting patients to the care they need both in person and virtually have emerged. Hear the panelists discuss how primary care delivery is changing by refocusing on whole person care, integrating behavioral health, and personalizing care to the unique needs of each patient to drive better experience and better health outcomes.

Stephen Ezeji-Okoye, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Crossover Health
Shawna Oliver
Senior Director, Global Benefits Strategy
Manulife
Christine Celio, PhD
National Clinical Director of Mental Health Integration in Primary Care
One Medical
12:00 - 12:45 pm
3B: Driving Inclusion in Benefit Design
Now more than ever, employers are focused on providing benefits and programs that meet the diverse needs of their diverse workforces. In this session, two employers will share their approach to driving inclusion in their benefit design. Alteryx will describe the meaningful role that fertility benefits play in supporting all paths to parenthood for their global employee population, and Kroger will discuss their health equity strategy, including new, enhanced benefits, engagement with Associate Resource Groups and a future focus on addressing social determinants.
L. David Kingsley
Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)
Alteryx
Angel Colón
Senior Director, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Supplier Inclusion-Corporate Headquarters
The Kroger Co.
Emily Ruoff
Health Benefits Lead
The Kroger Co.
12:00 - 12:45 pm
3C: The Impact of Organizational Care on Well-being and the Employee Experience

To compete in the modern workplace, organizations need to demonstrate that they genuinely care about employees as people. And this has never been truer, as employees continue to navigate the extraordinary personal and professional challenges created by the pandemic. In this session, speakers will cover the science of care and its wide-ranging impact on employees and the business. They’ll also unpack strategies employers can use to demonstrate organizational care and offer real-world insights of its effect.

Lindsay Lagreid
Senior Advisor
Limeade Institute
Riley Woolvett
Well-Being Administrator
Molina Healthcare
12:45 - 1:15 pm
Food for Thought Meal Break

Take this time to replenish and recharge! Nourish your body with healthy refreshments and nourish your mind with some well-being tips. Sponsored by Lyra Health

1:15 - 1:45 pm

Plenary

Shine: The Most Important Emotion for Your Employees

We’ve all experienced that wonderful feeling of success in our personal and professional lives. You roll-out a benefit that’s well received by employees. You finish open enrollment ahead of schedule. You ace an exam. In these situations and more, you naturally react with a positive emotion. But in his research, Dr. BJ Fogg discovered this emotion did not have a name. So he gave it one. In his 2020 book Tiny Habits, he named this emotion “Shine.” Shine is the emotion that wires good habits into our lives. It’s also an emotion that can motivate us to tackle new projects, to persevere, and to achieve. But that’s not all. As Dr. Fogg explains it, Shine is the most important factor for creating engagement at work . . . and for creating harmony at home. Join Dr. Fogg to learn how Shine works and – even more important -- how you can create more Shine for your employees, for your family, and for yourself.

BJ Fogg, PhD
Founder and Director, Behavior Design Lab
Stanford University
1:45 - 2:00 pm
2:00 - 2:45 pm
4A: Trends to Watch in Musculoskeletal Care

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in many avoiding elective MSK surgeries. Now that the pandemic has propelled the shift to virtual care delivery across all conditions, benefit leaders are presented with a unique opportunity to redefine MSK care and drive better outcomes at lower cost. The presenters will discuss what 2020 trends may reveal about the future of MSK care, and employer strategies for improving the care experience for employees.

Jeff Krauss, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Hinge Health
Christie Susi
Director of Employee Benefits
Navient
2:00 - 2:45 pm
4B: The Employer’s Role in Addressing Social Determinants Driving Health Disparities

We have long known that health disparities exist among different populations based on demographics, such as race, ethnicity and geography. Some populations are more adversely affected by certain conditions, while others may be at higher risk for a different illness or disease. As part of this presentation, the speakers will discuss how the social determinants of health can be addressed through innovative health and pharmacy benefit design; explain how the four A’s—affordability, awareness, access, and assumptions—act as barriers to achieving equitable employee health while also driving up plan costs; and share strategies that employers can deploy to leverage benefits to address these health disparities.

Steven Serra, MD
Executive Director of Physician Consulting
Aetna
Sree Chaguturu, MD
Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
CVS Caremark
Sarah S. Lewis
Vice President for Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Hartford Healthcare
2:00 - 2:45 pm
4C: The Growing Impact of Genetic Testing and Treatments on Care Quality and Cost

The speed of innovation in genetic science has introduced an unprecedented level of challenge for payers. The increasing number and complexity of therapies, evolving prescribing patterns and questions about clinical utility of genetic testing demand careful attention and an adaptable management strategy. This panel of experts will offer practical guidance for employers on how to approach coverage decisions and form essential partnerships to help them stay ahead of the cost curve.

Harlan Levine, MD
President, Strategy & Business Ventures; Chair of the Board
City of Hope; AccessHope
Michael Jablonski, PhD
Vice President of Neuroscience Medical Affairs
Myriad Genetics
Jennifer Malin, MD, PhD
Chief Medical Officer, Oncology and Genetics
United Healthcare
2:45 - 3:00 pm
Stretch Break: Stretch

It’s time to stretch. Join a certified wellness coach as she takes you through a 10-minute chair yoga stretch session. Find a quiet space, take a deep breath and relax.

Sponsored by WebMD Health Services

3:00 - 3:45 pm

Plenary

Supporting Your Workforce During COVID-19 and Building Vaccine Confidence

Employers globally have responded to the COVID-19 crisis with unprecedented levels of innovation in managing how the work is done and how their facilities operate, keeping laser focused on safety of their employees and customers, and the sustainability of their operations. This required deployment of new and innovative data-based solutions to support workforce management and timely, effective communication. With vaccine distribution now top of mind, lessons learned throughout the crisis will continue to apply, as employers consider ways they can support vaccination campaigns, with an eye towards vaccine distribution equity.

Dena Bravata, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Castlight Health
Suroor Raheemullah
Vice President, Human Resources
Dover Corporation
Eric Piscini
Global Vice President, Payer and Emerging Business Networks
IBM Watson Health
3:45 - 4:00 pm
4:00 - 4:45 pm
Great Giveback Gameshow Networking Reception

Join us for a Networking Reception that pays it forward to communities and groups in need. Bring your own beverage and come prepared to participate in the Great Giveback Gameshow – an interactive trivia contest where attendees compete in teams to win a donation for their team’s charity. Charities will be pre-determined by the Business Group. Attendees can select their team based on the charity they wish to support.

Sponsored by Kaiser Permanente

Thursday, May 06, 2021

10:00 - 11:00 am
The Business Group Resource Library
  • Employee Well-being: What Survey Data Tell Us
  • How has employee well-being changed through the pandemic? Were employer offerings adapted to actual employee needs? Listen and view this conversation between the lead researchers of the Business Group’s two well-being surveys – one conducted on employees, another surveying employers – to learn what’s ahead for workforce well-being.

  • Access six timely Business Group on Health podcasts - conversations with experts on the most relevant health and well-being issues facing employers today:
  • 1 | Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Its Perils (Bias) and Potential 
  • 2 | Burnout: Is Your Organization on Fire?
  • 3 | The Case for Honoring Caregivers 
  • 4 | Overcoming FONO - Fear of Normal
  • 5 | Overcoming Health Disparities to Achieve Health Equity
  • 6 | Strengthening Body and Mind Through Immune Resilience 
10:00 - 10:20 am
Morning Workout: Yoga

Let’s begin day 3 of the conference with a restorative yoga flow. Join a certified wellness coach for this 20-minute yoga flow. Perfect for beginners and advanced yogis, this workout combines strength, flexibility, breath work and meditation. Don’t forget your yoga mat. Block, ball and straps are optional.

Sponsored by WebMD Health Services

11:00 - 11:45 am

Plenary

Day 3 Welcome and Plenary Session: The Imperative for Achieving Equity in Maternal Health Care

One of the many tragedies of racial inequities in the U.S. is that Black, American Indian and Alaska Native women are far more likely to die from preventable pregnancy-related causes than white women. They’re also more likely to suffer from pregnancy-related conditions and complications. This session will put a human face on disparities in maternal health care in the U.S., showing the toll they take on loved ones, families, and employees. It will also offer recommendations for the role employers and their partners can play in eliminating disparities and achieving equity in maternal health care.

Charles Johnson
Founder
4Kira4moms
Destiny-Simone Ramjohn, PhD
Vice President of Community Health & Social Impact
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
Mark Talluto
Vice President, Strategy and Analytics
Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
11:45 - 12:00 pm
Stretch Break: Active Stretch

You’ve earned this time! Join a certified wellness coach for a 10-minute active stretch. If you are feeling sore, tired and run-down this active stretch is the perfect way to realign your mind and body. Foam roller is optional. 

Sponsored by WebMD Health Services

12:00 - 12:45 pm
5A: Changing How Members Engage Through Plan Design and Innovation in Navigation

Making the right health care decisions has become ever more complicated as employees seek to navigate the explosion of information now available to them. In addition, patterns of health care consumption have changed during the pandemic. This session will explore how employers and their partners are stepping in to use innovative plan design and engagement strategies to help guide employees to programs and health care providers that are best for them.

Yvonne Frame
Director of Benefits and Wellness Design
Cerner Corporation
Imran Andrabi, MD
President and CEO
ThedaCare
12:00 - 12:45 pm
5B: Making Transparency Work for Employers

After years of calls for more pricing transparency, the new sets of requirements for providers and health plans may offer a chance for drug and medical cost transparency to benefit employers and their patients. Can we capitalize on it?

Mike Hilton
Chief Product Officer
Accolade
Michael Rea, PharmD
CEO
Rx Savings Solutions
12:00 - 12:45 pm
5C: The Future of Health and Human Resources: Key Insights on Employee Health, Engagement and Health Care Data Visibility

Delivering a health care experience that people love while also managing costs may no longer be elusive. In this session, speakers will discuss how digital health platforms can serve as the bridge that connects disparate aspects of the health care system, including various sources of data. Using employer examples, speakers will also explore the impact of platforms on personalization, disease prevention, detection, intervention and support, along with the employee experience.

Holly Firestine
Chief People Officer
Ethos Veterinary Health
Tobie Tyler
Director of Benefits and People Data
Trupanion
Eric Parmenter
Vice President of Health Solutions
League
12:45 - 1:15 pm
Food for Thought Meal Break

Take this time to replenish and recharge! Nourish your body with healthy refreshments and nourish your mind with some well-being tips. Sponsored by Lyra Health

1:15 - 1:45 pm

Plenary

Leveraging Pharmacological Advances While Keeping Benefits Affordable, Predictable and Simple

More pharmacological advances continue to come to market, delivering on the promise of breakthrough treatments for previously untreatable conditions, elevating the role of providers and payers in ensuring affordability and access for patients. Speakers will discuss novel approaches to ensuring access to emerging treatments and explore the value of integrated pharmacy and medical benefits in delivering better outcomes and lower costs.

Steve Miller, MD
Chief Clinical Officer
Cigna
Philip Ransdell
Senior Director of Benefits
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.
1:45 - 2:00 pm
2:00 - 2:45 pm
6A: Combining Digital Musculoskeletal Services with COE programs for a More Integrated Care Experience

Musculoskeletal surgeries have better outcomes when delivered in quality clinical settings, with patients adhering to appropriate physical therapy regimen. Learn how the integrated care program, combining surgical centers of excellence with digital MSK therapy solution, can help patients recover better and faster, while minimizing the discomforts of travel.

Bipin Mistry, MD
Chief Medical Officer
BridgeHealth/Transcarent
Becky Wiederhold
Program Manager, Employee Wellness
Learning Care Group
Roxanne Buckner
Executive Director
Municipalities, Colleges, Schools Insurance Group (MCSIG)
Fernando Correia
Chief Medical Officer
SWORD Health
2:00 - 2:45 pm
6B: Speed Dating with Emerging Innovations

Hear from the CEO or founder of four young companies with solutions that seek to change existing paradigms for health and well-being benefits. Speakers will share the problem they’re trying to solve, what their solution is and how it works, as well as outcomes to date… all in 10-minutes per panelist.

Naomi Allen
Co-founder and CEO
Brightline
Dean Sawyer
CEO
Freespira
Colin Quinn
Co-founder and CEO
Included Health
Mette Dyhrberg
Founder and CEO
Mymee
2:00 - 2:45 pm
6C: Food and Mind Care as Medicine

Preventing illness is equally important for body and mind. However, we often don’t take steps to protect mind health or even recognize that mental stress, anxiety and depression can be mitigated and avoided. And while good nutrition has long been part of primary prevention, there is now a movement to limit or reverse diet-related chronic disease amid the global epidemic of obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular illness. Produce prescriptions and nutrition guidance are on the rise. Join this session to hear how two large employers justify investing in food and mental health for associates.

Mary Burnett
Well-being Senior Manager
Cigna
Eydie Cusack
Benefits Senior Advisor
Express Scripts
Amanda Webb
Head of Global Pay & Perks
Gymshark
2:45 - 3:00 pm
3:00 - 3:45 pm

Keynote

Keynote and Closing Conference Remarks: Addressing Social Risk at Scale: Creating a Roadmap for Employers

As providers and payers take on inequity in health care access and outcomes, the role of social risk is top of mind. Social risk affects individual health and behavior and drives outcomes at the community level. In fact, clinical risks have far less impact on illness, death and health care costs than social determinants of health. One of the first steps to addressing social risks is increasing awareness of the challenges employees face, enabling employers to make better decisions about what programs and benefits will reduce disparities in care, add value and improve productivity. But executing on these strategies at scale often depends on creativity and collaboration. In this closing session, Dr. Williams will share encouraging results from novel community partnerships with both public and private payers to address social risks, offering impactful ideas for employers to implement in their own populations.

Trenor Williams, MD
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Socially Determined