Common Sense Virtual Roundtable:

Caring for the Caregivers in
the Health Services Industry:
What your Employees Need Today

May 3rd, 2022, 10 AM – 11 AM CT, Successfully held

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Here’s what we discussed

In the last two years, no industry has worked harder than healthcare services-like the clinicians in the field, the researchers in the lab, or the administrators holding everything together. While they’ve stepped up on the frontlines of a global pandemic, they’ve also experienced record-breaking levels of burnout and mental illness-and no group has felt that sting more acutely than healthcare workers building or raising their families.

Benefits leaders are looking for innovative ways to sustain the teams they have and attract new talent to their practices, hospitals, and companies. Providing care for the caregivers in your organization can give you the competitive edge you need to manage talent in your organization.

We discussed how to:

  • Think about the relationship between families and work
  • Build a family-friendly culture through benefits
  • Find vendors that meet your needs

Solution Expert

Christian Hicks
SVP of Strategy & Operations at Maven
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Evangelist

Benefits Principal at Boston Scientific
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Here is what we learned:

Lydia Rohn, VP HR, JourneyCare

• Lydia joined the session because people in healthcare are leaving is droves, and she wants to learn what to do, if you’re leading an organization, to really help them.
• The more flexible they can be with their caregivers, the better. They are not quick to fire and have learned that childcare is a bigger issue. Managers need to be more flexible and understanding.
• Telehealth was a lifesaver for the hospice industry, and they continue to support that as an option. Coding it wasn’t easy.

Vickie Strickland, VP, Benefits, UnitedHealth Group

• Vickie joined the session to hear what Maven may have to offer in the caregiving space. They implemented caregiver leave on May 1.
• UnitedHealth Group has focused on backup childcare during the pandemic. They also gave an up-to $500 a week stipend for childcare.
• The CEO is very vocal about flexibility and the company did not miss a beat when employees could not be in the office.

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About Maven Clinic:

Maven is the largest virtual clinic for women’s and family health, offering continuous, holistic care for fertility, pregnancy, and parenting. Maven’s award-winning digital programs are trusted by leading employers and health plans to reduce costs and drive better health outcomes for both parents and children. Founded in 2014 by CEO Kate Ryder, Maven has been recognized as Fast Company’s #1 Most Innovative Health Company and has supported more than 10 million women and families to date.

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