Millennial Misperceptions: Do Employers Need Preventive Health Programs for Young People?

Presented by: Kate Wolin, ScD, FACSM, Chief Science Officer, Interactive Health and Kathryn Foulser, ND, MPH, Manager, Choose Health, RUSH Hospital

Adults younger than 35 account for more than a quarter of the nation’s workforce. A common misperception is that organizations employing young adults don’t need preventive health programs because they are already healthy. Join Kate Wolin, ScD, FACSM, Chief Science Officer, Interactive Health, and Kathryn Foulser, ND, MPH, Manager, Choose Health, RUSH Hospital as they address commonly held misperceptions about the value of comprehensive preventive health programs for young adult workers will be debunked. Data will be shared to illustrate the need to keep millennials healthy.

This session will:

  • Confidently articulate the business case for implementing preventive programs that sustain the health of an already low risk population and improve the health of those young workers who are at risk. Share best practice strategies for comprehensive preventive health programs to positively engage the entire employee population resulting in improved health outcomes.

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