First Stop Health Shares Employee Engagement Best Practices
Telemedicine provider to present how it achieves industry-leading utilization
CHICAGO — First Stop Health, a virtual healthcare provider, is sharing the key to benefits success during a webinar on employee engagement. The free Feb. 19 webinar will show human resource and benefit professionals how we deploy employee engagement techniques that produce results.
“One of our key ingredients to high utilization telemedicine is employee engagement,” said David Guttman, president of First Stop Health. “During this webinar, we are revealing just how we do it.”
Thanks to a robust, year-long employee engagement program, First Stop Health stands out by achieving outstanding utilization. Most other telemedicine programs achieve 2-10% utilization.
When employees use telemedicine, they avoid more expensive options such emergency room, urgent care or a visit to the doctor’s office, resulting in significant savings for employers and their employees.
The webinar will help employers to learn from First Stop Health’s employee engagement success. For example, First Stop Health uses employee personas to deliver personalized messages to audience segments. Employees who are mothers receive different messages than employees who are millennials.
“We know that employee engagement is not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution,” said Teira Gunlock, VP of client success. “We work with employers to deliver messages using different communication channels that resonate with their unique workforce all year long.”
The webinar is intended for large employers as well as the benefit consultants working in this segment. Sign up for the free webinar to learn more.
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