Personalization Outbreak

#33: Prioritizing health and well-being will serve as a competitive advantage

June 10, 2021 Glenn Llopis Season 2 Episode 33
Personalization Outbreak
#33: Prioritizing health and well-being will serve as a competitive advantage
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Personalization Outbreak
#33: Prioritizing health and well-being will serve as a competitive advantage
Jun 10, 2021 Season 2 Episode 33
Glenn Llopis

In this episode, we talk about future of benefits management in large organizations and how employers should evolve in providing health and well-being solutions to their employees – creating competitive advantage in their quest to attract, retain and develop top talent.

Our guest, Harlan Levine, is president of strategy and business ventures for City of Hope. He also serves as the chairman of the board for AccessHope, City of Hope’s wholly owned subsidiary focused on serving the employer market and making leading edge cancer care available to all regardless of geography.

Show Notes

In this episode, we talk about future of benefits management in large organizations and how employers should evolve in providing health and well-being solutions to their employees – creating competitive advantage in their quest to attract, retain and develop top talent.

Our guest, Harlan Levine, is president of strategy and business ventures for City of Hope. He also serves as the chairman of the board for AccessHope, City of Hope’s wholly owned subsidiary focused on serving the employer market and making leading edge cancer care available to all regardless of geography.