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Health Views For Business: Virtual Care

April 15, 2022
In case you missed it, our first quarter webinar, "Health Views For Business", focused on virtual care. Deb Friesen, MD, MBA, FACP hosted industry leaders to discuss innovation in telehealth and what that means to both businesses and patients. Watch the recording of the session to hear answers to questions like: What is telehealth? What problem does virtual care solve for both patients and employers? What medical conditions can be handled virtually? Why is coordination of care important? And to see what our next sessions have in store, see the full calendar of events here.
How To Get Eight Hours Of Sleep At Night
Getting quality sleep is crucial for overall health but can be challenging for some. Jonathan Menezes, MD, a family medicine and geriatric medicine physician at Kaiser Permanente, shared tips with Northern Virginia Magazine readers for getting adequate sleep, such as avoiding certain foods and beverages at bedtime, shortening nap times, and eliminating screens before going to bed.
Facebook Live: How to Manage Allergies
In our most recent Facebook Live event, Dr. Troy Baker hosted colleagues and fellow allergists to discuss how to make the spring more enjoyable outdoors when suffering from allergies. Watch the Facebook Live here.


Save the Date! Health Views for Business: Mental Health
In our next Health Views for Business session, "The Business Imperative To Support Your Mental Health", we'll tackle the youth mental health crisis through a business lens. While our youth are dealing with unprecedented challenges, parents are struggling too. The stress and worry that parents are feeling about their children's health and the wellbeing of their families is causing them to miss work, change jobs and leave the workforce in record numbers. The youth mental health crisis has a direct connection to business and it's time for all to take action.
This panel discussion on May 23 will bring together healthcare and business leaders to help viewers understand youth mental health, discuss the ways businesses can support youth, parents and their families, and learn strategies to retain parents and help them thrive in the
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