Don’t miss Together 2022 with Collective Health [virtual event]

Together 22 with Collective HEalth

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The Great Resignation has put employees firmly in the driver’s seat when it comes to where and how they work. Today, businesses feel the increasing pressure of shifting workforce expectations, yet paying people more is no longer enough. So how will you stand out in this competitive market?

Health benefits can give companies an edge over the competition in this new landscape. Medical and pharmacy benefits, coupled with powerful point solutions, memorable member experiences, and thoughtful DEI&B policies, are key to supporting the wellbeing of employees and their loved ones amid the current talent crisis.

Join healthcare experts, innovative companies, and Collective Health leadership at Together, our annual conference, as we discuss what it takes to provide a health benefits experience that will set you apart. Learn how to escape from the fragmentation that plagues most benefits programs, add value to your programs, and design an inclusive program that empowers your people.

Together 2022, Collective Health’s annual conference, is happening virtually on Tuesday, June 28 from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM PDT to explore how health benefits can help your company combat the Great Resignation and retain talent.

Join Together 22 with Collective Health, our virtual summit, on June 28.
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Together ‘22: Benefits built to include and empower all

Workforce expectations have changed. With millions of people quitting their jobs every month, and a record number of job openings, employees are more empowered in their career choices than ever before, with many branching out to find new opportunities.

This year’s Together conference will unpack the complex question of how, together, we can better understand and meet these new workforce expectations through better benefits.

Bringing together the brightest minds in health benefits

Together with Collective Health brings together the most forward-thinking benefits leaders, healthcare professionals, consultants and brokers, and digital health solutions to share in thoughtful discussion, and consider the most pressing topics in workforce health.

Last year, a large focus of the conference was the strategic value in mental health support and how employers could implement policies to address it. Sessions included first-hand experiences of our customers, and also valuable insights from experts like Dr. Dana Udall, Ginger’s Chief Clinical Officer, Dr, Courtney XYZ, and Dr. Jeff Pfeffer, author and Stanford professor of organizational behavior at Stanford University.

You can read a full recap of Together ‘21 here.

Headline speakers at Together 22

You’ll hear from Collective Health leadership, including our CEO Ali Diab, and Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Ari Hoffman, and we’ve also brought in some external experts to share their advice and knowledge around critical topics like diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace, and the value of your healthcare investments.

Abby Wambach, Olympic gold medallist

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist & FIFA World Cup Champion, New York Times Best Seller, Abby Wambach now works as an advocate for equality and inclusion.

Join her and Ali Diab, Collective Health’s founder and CEO, for a fireside chat discussing leading with resilience, empowerment, and inclusivity for yourself, your team, and your employees in our challenging “next normal” world.

Dr. Bapu Jena, host of the renowned Freakonomics podcast

Anupam “Bapu” Jena, MD, PhD is a health economist, host of the renowned Freakonomics, M.D. podcast, practicing physician at Mass General Hospital, and professor of health care policy at Harvard University.

Dr. Jena will join Dr. Ari Hoffman, Chief Clinical Officer at Collective Health, for a fireside chat on measuring the value of your health investment from a business & clinical perspective. Dr. Jena and Dr. Hoffman will cover the ways companies can leverage health benefits to nudge behaviors, empower employees and their company’s bottom lines, minimize disparities, and increase better health.

Carin Taylor, Chief Diversity Officer at Workday

Chief Diversity Officer at Workday, Carin Taylor is also a board member of Watermark, an organization focusing on supporting women in leadership positions.

Join Carin for a keynote speech on how benefits and wellness programs can support DEI&B initiatives. Ms. Taylor will share her latest thoughts and practical advice on how to integrate health benefits with DEI&B programs to better engage and support employees, while also representing company values.

Don’t miss out

As businesses seek to navigate the choppy waters of 2022, this year’s Together conference unpacks the complex question of how, together, we can better understand and meet new workforce expectations.

Join us virtually on Tuesday, June 28 from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM PDT when we’ll explore how health benefits can be your secret weapon in combating the Great Resignation and more. Sign up now.

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