15 January, 2020 | (01 hr)
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Musculoskeletal (MSK) spend consumes 1 of 6 health care dollars, the majority of which is driven by elective surgeries. Surgeries haven’t shown better outcomes, so why do employees choose to go under the knife?
Learn how Nielsen reduced high MSK spend and workforce pain by evaluating strategies across the continuum of MSK care and dispelling common myths employees have about surgery.
Join top leaders from Nielsen, Hinge Health, and Willis Towers Watson to:
- Understand the drivers of MSK spend;
- Explore benefits strategies to manage medical spend and improve outcomes across the MSK care continuum; and
- Discover research that dispels the 3 most common myths about back and joint surgery.
Who should attend: This webcast is designed for executives, directors, managers, and consultants of human resources, benefits, compensation, wellness, and total rewards.
Jeff Krauss, M.D.
Dr. Jeff Krauss is Hinge Health’s Chief Medical Officer. Jeff graduated from Harvard College, earned his Medical degree from UC San Francisco School of Medicine, and completed his residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Stanford University.
Jeff is currently a Clinica...Full Bio
As the Director of Global Benefits for Nielsen, Victoria Pavlov leads US and global benefits and retirement programs for 45,000 employees. Prior to Nielsen, she served as the Director of Health and Wellbeing for American Express.
Victoria spent over 15 years as a consultant advising large...Full Bio
Zachary Seavey is a Director of Health and Benefits for Willis Towers Watson. He is a strategic partner and trusted advisor to large, complex clients, like Nielsen, and supports the design and management of their health and benefits plans.
Zach has a focus on integrated wellbeing and digi...Full Bio
Philip (Phil) Micali has held key leadership roles in healthcare management and administration for public and private sector sponsored populations, in the USA and Europe. He brings extensive knowledge of how politics drives policy, and how policy drives program, at the patient and family level. P...Full Bio