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Discover the power that zip codes can play in building a culture of health within your organization. The conditions in the places where individuals live, work and play can affect health risks and outcomes. Hospitals are doing their part to address these social determinants of health with patients and communities they serve. However, are hospitals looking internally to apply similar strategies to their own employees to improve overall health? Understanding social determinants of health such as safe neighborhoods, education and access to healthy food will help to impact employees' health for the better.
Brad Lawson, chief commercial officer with Interactive Health, will address the topic of social determinants of health and their effect on physical, mental, emotional and social well-being. Utilizing data gathered from clients with rural and geographically dispersed locations, he will show how this data can provide additional insight to help organizations better understand and support their workforce. Brad will share real life examples of how social determinant data coupled with employee health data is being used to provide strategic recommendations to improve employee health in locations with unique health challenges.
- Learn more about what social determinants of health are and why they should matter to employers.
- Discover how you can better address employee health needs in geographically dispersed locations by analyzing both social determinant and employee health data.
- Hear real-life examples of organizations that have used social determinant and employee health data to address different employee populations with unique health challenges.
Bradley Lawson, MBA
Chief Science Officer, Interactive Health
ASHHRA Member: $45.00
ASHHRA Non-Member: $85.00
1 (CHHR), 1 (SHRM), 1 (HRCI)