The pandemic has accelerated the need for new types of collaborations in healthcare. Paladina Health's recent partnership with CommonSpirit health is one of a dozen featured in Becker's Hospital Review of the most innovative partnerships so far this year.
"Employers need to be aware of this reality and remain watchful for the various warning signs that an employee may be struggling and need additional support," says Dr. David Fingerhut, Director of Mental Health Services for Paladina Health.
SSM Health, a leading comprehensive health enterprise in the Midwest, has partnered with Paladina Health, one of the nation’s largest direct primary care providers, to support local employers with return-to-work resources.
In an article for Employee Benefits News, Allison Velez talks about how to create a culture of safety, confidence and health amidst COVID-19 concerns. She urges employers to recognize the added emotional and psychological needs of employees and respond accordingly.
In a guest blog for Crain's Cleveland Business, our Chief People Officer Allison Velez explains why employers need to be proactive, strategic and thoughtful in their approach to bringing employees back to work in order to create cultures of certainty, confidence and safety.
Physical accommodations can and will be made in the workplace, but leadership's greater challenge is creating the psychological and emotional stability employees need to feel safe, says Paladina Health's Chief People Officer Allison Velez.
Many employees are preparing to return to work as COVID-19 stay-at-home orders are lifted or relaxed. Today we announced a suite of clinical services to enable employers to create and maintain safer workplaces.