Employee wellness is a hot topic at many organizations but it can be difficult to define the role occupational health practitioners should play, particularly when it comes to non-occupational factors.
In this free webinar, Medgate experts will explore how occupational health teams can play a pivotal role in employee wellness. They’ll identify why health surveillance is important, what factors should be monitored, and how to set your program up for success.
Part 1: The Expanded Use of Health Surveillance in the Occupational Setting
- Why you should implement a health surveillance program to monitor wellness
- What health factors can (and should) be included
- The pillars of success for any health surveillance program
Part 2: Key Steps in Managing Employee Wellness Programs
- Where occupational health-led wellness programs can fall short
- How to take advantage of existing technologies to track wellness
- The statistics and reports to share with employees
Sue Naylor, BSN, FNP, COHN-S
Sue is a Certified Occupational Health Nurse and Family Nurse Practitioner with over 40 years’ experience in nursing and Occupational and Primary Care Health Management. She is currently a medical product consultant at Medgate.
Sue has lectured on primary care in the workplace and providing occupational healthcare in decentralized companies at the local and national levels. Prior to working at Medgate, she developed and managed the primary care services at an aluminum manufacturing facility from 1993 -2010.
Sue received her RN from Crouse Hospital School of Nursing in 1973 and her BSN from Graceland College. She has served as President of the Lake Ontario Chapter of Nurse Practitioners for two terms.
Chrissy Gebhart Ellis
Chrissy Gebhart Ellis is the Occupational Health Product Manager at Medgate. Prior to joining Medgate in October of 2007, Chrissy was the technical lead and system administrator for a Medgate OH&S software implementation at a U.S. Army command.
Chrissy earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, and minor in Business Administration from the University of South Alabama. Chrissy was awarded a Department of Army Achievement Medal for Civilian Service for exceptional performance as an Information Technology Specialist in the Army command at which she served. Chrissy brings her strong technical and occupational health background to the Medgate Product Management team where she is responsible for developing the occupational health components of the software, including medical surveillance management.
About the Author
Chrissy Gebhart Ellis is an Occupational Health Product Manager at Medgate. Prior to joining Medgate in October of 2007, Chrissy was the technical lead and system administrator for a Medgate OH & S implementation for a U.S. Army command. Chrissy earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Computer Science, and minor in Business Administration from the University of South Alabama.More Content by Chrissy Ellis