14 May, 2020 | (01 hr)
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COVID-19 has disrupted employee routines, placing those with serious medical conditions such as diabetes and metabolic syndrome at risk. After 10 years of research and 5 published RCTs, DayTwo offers patients an effective method to treat these illnesses by using a gut microbiome profile to match the right foods to the right patient.
Using these methods, the Huntsville Hospital System was able to achieve A1C reduction, improvement in blood sugar “time-in-range,” weight loss, and cost reduction at a time when budgets are under pressure.
Join this webcast to explore:
- How DayTwo enabled remission for type 2 diabetes using food as medicine
- An overview of the science, including a clinical trial at the Mayo Clinic, published in JAMA, that proved people respond differently to the same food
- How DayTwo’s solution works, including how gut microbiome profiling creates food prescriptions to control blood sugar
Who Should Attend: This webcast is geared towards HR Benefits and Total Rewards Executives, Carrier Benefits and Clinical Staff, and Benefits/Compensation Consultants
Lynda Donovan is the Director of Employee Benefits for the Huntsville Hospital Health System and has been for the last 29 years.
Lynda has a degree from the Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University (BA)....Full Bio
Andrea Rosler is the Vice President of Human Resources for the Huntsville Hospital Health System and has been for the last 26 years.
Andrea has degrees from Millsaps College (BBA) and the University of Alabama at Birmingham (MBA)....Full Bio
Josh has responsibility for the strategy, implementation, and growth of the US market for DayTwo.
Since joining the leadership team in 2017, Josh has developed the company’s US strategy, recruited and staffed the US team to support and serve consumers, providers, and employers....Full Bio
Gregg Mauro joined The Conference Board in 1998 as a portfolio manager and program director. He founded and chaired The Conference Board's Employee Health Care Council, Tax Executives Council, Working Groups on Consumer Driven Health Care, Employee Wellness and Human Capital Management. Sin...Full Bio