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The New World of Mental and Behavioral Health
The world is in a mental health crisis. Rates of depression and suicide are at all-time highs. The world-wide impacts of Covid-19 are increasing anxiety. Employers are looking to emerging models to care for their employees and their family to address the shortage of mental health providers and the cost. In this presentation, we will review the problem, address the impact on businesses and individuals and discuss new and emerging solutions to behavioral and mental health resources.

Top Take Aways
• Understand the impact on mental and behavioral health issues on the workforce
• Understand new and emerging models to address behavioral and mental health
• Discuss possible solutions that have not yet been developed to increase access and affordability of mental and behavioral health

Credits will be provided only to those logged into the live webinar via computer during the duration of the speaker's presentation.

CEBS - qualifies for 1 CPE
HRCI - approved for one 1 HR (General) credit
SHRM - approved for 1 PDC

Aug 26, 2020 11:45 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Vice President of Health Advisory @League
Eric Parmenter is established as a national expert on health benefits and health improvement at work. A consultant with deep experience in health plan strategy, design, prevention care, and productivity and behavioral economics, Eric serves as the Vice President of Health Advisory at League, a benefit platform company in Canada and the US. A former executive at Collective Health, Evolent Health and principal with Towers Watson, he has worked in the employee benefits business for 30-plus years as an advisor to hospital and health system clients, developing health benefit and prevention care strategies that align with the health system’s population health business. Eric focuses on improving the poor health of healthcare workers and professionals as a first step to improving patient satisfaction and quality outcomes. He frequently speaks about the direct link between improving healthcare workers’ health and boosting patient satisfaction and quality outcomes.