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Why Long COVID Needs Short-Term Attention
As COVID-19 keeps spreading, long COVID will become an even bigger concern. This webinar will highlight the impacts of long COVID – what we know now and what’s being projected for the future. We will hear from Dr. Jason H Maley, a pulmonologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, who will detail the medical viewpoint of long COVID. We will also discuss the market impact of long COVID including one point solution, Goodpath, that is focused in this area. We urge employers to leverage this discussion to get educated and prepared now as long COVID risk will grow with each re-infection.

Oct 11, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Teri Weber
Senior Vice President @Spring Consulting Group
Teri Weber, MBA, PMP, GBA, ICCIE is a Senior Vice President with Spring Consulting Group, An Alera Group Company, LLC. She has over fifteen years of experience in health and welfare plan strategy, design, pricing, and implementation. She also works with absence management programs, including disability, family medical leave and leave of absence tracking. Her areas of expertise have allowed her to work with diverse employers and vendors to streamline processes and programs to meet the needs of insurers, administrators, employers and employees. Prior to joining Spring, Teri worked with Watson Wyatt, Buck Consultants and AON Consulting. Teri earned a BS at the University of Connecticut and a MBA at the University of Massachusetts. She is a licensed broker in the states of MA and CT, has ACI and PMP certifications and is on the Board of Directors for the New England Employee Benefit Counsel (NEEBC). Teri was one of five finalists for BenefitPro’s 2020 Broker of the Year Award.
Dr. Jason Maley
Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Specialist @Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Dr. Jason Maley is a physician, researcher, and educator at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC). As a pulmonary and critical care medicine specialist, he directs the BIDMC Critical Illness and COVID-19 Survivorship Program, a clinical and research program dedicated to improving the lives of people with Long COVID. He is co-chair of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation PASC (Long COVID) Clinic Collaborative. Dr. Maley completed his BS in biomedical engineering from Boston University, MD from Tulane Medical School, and MS in epidemiology from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. He was an internal medicine resident and chief resident at the University of Pennsylvania, and completed his pulmonary and critical care fellowship in the Harvard Combined Program at Massachusetts General Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, and Critical Care Medicine
Daniel Zainulbhai
Vice President Of Strategic Partnerships @Goodpath
Daniel Zainulbhai 15+ years working across a broad range of roles and industries, including start-ups, family businesses, sports, industrial manufacturing, technology and healthcare. He is a general manager with P&L responsibility and experience building and leading high performing teams. He has a track record in solving complex and ambiguous problems and building new processes from the ground up. He loves using data to devise a strategy and then getting his hands dirty to implement that plan.