Bold and immediate intervention by business leaders can dramatically reduce COVID-19 exposure to both employees and customers and reduce the volatility of business operations and underlying economics. Reducing the rates of infection, morbidity and mortality for employees will enable critical businesses to continue to function and materially reduce cash flow and factors that are dilutive to financial performance.
Private Health has brought together experts in epidemiology and infectious disease modeling, business intelligence experts and health management leaders to develop a dynamic model that identifies the most impactful interventions for different workforces and workplaces, and guides business leaders in navigating the significant employee and business issues.
The PHMC19 Intervention Model provides organizations and governments with data-informed intelligence over each phase of the pandemic lifecycle to:
- Project health and economic impacts in varying work environments and intervention levels,
- Enable staffing, operations and financial stress testing and modeling,
- Prioritize, select and time interventions and allocate resources for highest impact on employee health and business stability and performance,
- Communicate effectively with all stakeholders, providing specific, directed guidance, and
- Manage the many novel risks being presented through multi-disciplinary analysis and advice.
We invite you to Learn More (click here), including a replay of the March 17th expert panel discussion entitled "How Reducing Workforce Exposure Can Ensure Business Continuity and Save Lives" and current World Health Organization statistics - both global and U.S.
Questions? Contact Kristi Savacool.
ECC Executive Partner Kristi Savacool serves on the Private Health panel of experts. She is also a Board Director for Springbuk, TrueBlue, Inc., and Ascension Health, Inc. Previously, she was CEO of Aon Hewitt and VP and CIO for Commercial Airplanes at The Boeing Company, and served on the Board of the Midtown Educational Foundation, Chicago, IL; on the Board of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lake County, IL; as a Trustee for DePaul University; and, as an Executive Member of the Center for Corporate Innovation (CCI) Fortune 1000 Healthcare CEO Roundtable. Kristi holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial Management from Lille University and has completed executive management programs from the Johnson School of Business at Cornell University and at Seattle University’s Albers School of Business and Economics.