Featuring an analytical consultation for UPMC
In today’s world, we all need a new and innovative way of thinking about benefits, retention, and employee experience. Workpartners has evolved our view of benefits to focus on the total cost of workforce management, as well as fully engaging with lower-paid employees who have higher turnover rates.
Workpartners worked with UPMC to create a significant differentiator for retention and recruitment to enhance their brand and create an innovative approach to retaining lower-paid staff. UPMC focused on increasing engagement with employees in three key areas: stress and mental health, retention and turnover risk, and health and absence risk. Using data that would otherwise be siloed, Workpartners is able to create operational alignment and generate human capital insights that uncover the risk populations to target with advocacy programs.
In this webinar, you will learn how Workpartners helps its clients apply integrated data analytics to optimize their human capital costs. By leveraging and integrating data that organizations already collect at a person-specific level, Workpartners can understand the challenges of your employees and connect them to proven clinical programs. We help break down data silos in organizations to predict your greatest costs and recommend where interventions should focus so that integrated strategies can be applied to activate the full potential of your employees and achieve optimal outcomes.
ATTENDEES WILL LEARN:
- Why optimizing your human capital can boost engagement rates.
- When to leverage person-centric data to understand the challenges of your people and connect them to proven clinical programs.
- How to break down the data silos in the organization to predict where interventions should focus
- How to deploy integrated strategies to activate the full potential of your employees and achieve optimal outcomes.
Associate Vice President, Integrated Analytics, Workpartners
As associate vice president of integrated analytics at Workpartners, Jennie Wheeler is responsible for leading a highly skilled analytic team in producing meaningful advanced integrated analyses with information to drive business decisions. She has more than 18 years of health and productivity data science experience with a focus on commercial insured populations and the connection between human and business performance. Her expertise is with the integration of medical, pharmacy, lifestyle behavior, disability, and human capital data to help employers develop a strategy to optimize health and productivity outcomes.
VP, Employee Benefits
Carolyn Wood is the Vice President, Employee Benefits at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), a $23B world-renowned healthcare provider and insurer based in Pittsburgh, PA. In her role Carolyn provides enterprise-wide administrative oversight and strategic direction for all health and welfare, retirement, and other benefit plans for UPMC’s 92,000 employees in over 40 academic, community, and specialty hospitals, with more than 800 physician offices and outpatient sites and over 5,000 physicians.
Carolyn is a proven and experienced leader with a wide array of benefits, finance, and Human Resources experience at large corporations in diverse industries with emphasis on developing integrated, strategic benefits programs in retirement, healthcare, and financial wellbeing.
Before joining UPMC, Carolyn served as Senior Director, Retirement and Financial Benefits at Charter Communications, Inc. in St. Louis, Missouri and as Director, Retirement at Bimbo Bakeries, USA in Philadelphia supporting both organizations following merger and acquisition transactions. She is a frequent conference speaker and industry advisory board member who is passionate about employee well-being and financial wellness.
Carolyn received her Bachelor of Science degree in Computer-Based Management Systems and Marketing from Clarkson University and her MBA in Finance from Loyola University.