11 August, 2020 | (01 hr)
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The world’s most significant health advances have resulted from medical research, and Fitbit is proud to say that its devices are the most commonly used physical activity devices to appear in published work. Fitbit has worked with leading research institutions to pioneer new approaches to cancer treatment, weight loss, and more.
In 2019, the company worked with Scripps Research to help improve surveillance of influenza-like illnesses—a particularly relevant and important project that was the basis for Fitbit’s new, unique solution to help employers bring employees safely back to the workplace.
By attending this webcast, viewers will be able to:
- Explain Fitbit's role in medical research
- Describe how the promising results of the Scripps wearables study are helping to drive solutions for employers
- Explore Fitbit’s current COVID-19 research with Stanford University and its potential for identifying outbreaks
Who Should Attend: CHRO, Human Resources Directors, Head of Benefits, Head of Wellness
John Moore is a physician, engineer and the Medical Director at Fitbit. He is the former CEO of Twine Health, a Cambridge based company recently acquired by Fitbit. John studied biomedical engineering and then medicine at Boston University. He left the clinical career path, determined to develop ...Full Bio
Amanda Popiela is a Researcher, Human Capital at The Conference Board. She conducts research in a variety of topic areas including talent management, employee engagement, and diversity & inclusion. Her recent reports include DNA of Engagement: How Organizations Can Align Engagement ...Full Bio