Wednesday, January 27 | 12:00 – 12:45 p.m. EST
More than any previous crisis, COVID-19 brought the human element of business into sharp focus. Employee wellness, health and safety suddenly took center stage alongside company culture and values. The most vulnerable segments of the workforce were hit hardest by the pandemic, elevating a host of issues – ranging from inadequate healthcare and financial concerns to feelings of isolation and heightened anxiety – to the top of the leadership agenda.
During this talk, Conduent’s director of clinical consulting and well-being and director of benefits consulting services – Kate Hansum, RN, and Kathryn Teaster – will reveal the key ingredients of workplace wellness designed to drive employee engagement and measurable results during these uncertain times.
This interactive session will provide easy-to-understand insights on:
- Defining the value of an ongoing corporate culture of well-being.
- Delivering data-driven health and wellness programs for your workforce.
- Improving clinical, utilization and financial outcomes through engagement and consumerism.
|Kate Hansum, RN, Director of Clinical Consulting and Well-being, Conduent
Kate Hansum, RN is a health and well-being consulting leader at Conduent. In her role, Kate works closely with large employers to implement innovative solutions that improve workforce health, provide optimal value for corporate benefit programs and offer more seamless learner experiences.
Kate has over 35 years of experience in clinical healthcare and benefits consulting. She began her career as a critical care trauma nurse and transitioned into health and well-being consulting 25 years ago. She has consulted within large global organizations, specializing in data-driven population health strategies, targeted clinical and engagement program design, and the cultivation of organizational cultures of health and well-being.
Kate graduated from Azusa Pacific University in California with a Bachelor of Science in nursing and a Master of Science in public administration and healthcare finance from New York University. She is also a certified Six Sigma Green Belt.
|Kathryn Teaster, Director of Benefits Consulting Services, Conduent
Kathryn Teaster is a principal and director at Conduent. She partners with clients to develop holistic approaches to delivering healthcare and well-being strategies that align with each organization’s employee value proposition and overall business objectives.
She has planned, designed and developed strategic initiatives for well-being, health and welfare benefits, total rewards, and compensation for the last 20 years within multiple business sectors – including retail, technology, insurance, financial services, logistics and manufacturing.
Kathryn has led the development, design and implementation of major strategic initiatives for these industries. These initiatives included consumer-driven healthcare, plan development and funding, retirement conversions, human resource information system conversions, compliance reviews, development of total rewards strategies, compensation restructuring, mergers, and acquisitions. She has accomplished significant return on investments that contribute to overall business objectives and employee value proposition.
Kathryn graduated from Columbus State University with Bachelor of Science in allied health and a Master of Science in public administration and healthcare administration. She is also licensed in health, life and disability.