Unmentionables: Full Session

The Unmentionables panel, moderated by Alex Drane of Eliza, is a place for those companies whose topics simply are not often discussed in health care.  This year vulnerability, care-giving, death, sex, stress, and drinking were addressed from companies including Cigna, Altarum Institute, the Pew Research Center, UCSF, Delivering Happiness (Zappos), Hula, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and author Gabrielle Glaser.  The theme for this year’s panel was “Health is life. Care, completely. Empathy always.”

Altarum Institute: Unmentionables

Wendy Lynch is an expert on health, productivity and human capital management who helped develop the ElizaLife Ostrich Index. Now she’s at research shop Altarum and at Indiana University. A favorite of the Unmentionables panel, this year she shared more on the analysis, impact and implications of work stress on health through in depth research.

Unmentionables: Altarum Institute

Wendy’s an expert on health, productivity and human capital management who helped develop the ElizaLife Ostrich Index. Now she’s at research shop Altarum and at Indiana University. Last year she told us about terrible health impacts of going to work. This year, she’s turning her attention to the impact of social support, both real and virtual, or the lack of it.

Unmentionables: From Getting Down to Moving on

First introduced two years ago, the Unmentionables covers those topics that aren’t talked about in health care and has quickly become one of our most popular sessions. That first year we covered childhood exercise, divorce and personal relationships. In 2011 we highlighted sleep, caregiving, money, suicide and work stress, with demos from Zeo on sleep, Mindbloom on community and mindfulness with GravityEight to bring it all together. This year we’ll visit even more unmentionables including an overview of the Vulnerability Index, poverty, sex and end of life issues.

Yet More and Different Unmentionables

The “Yet More and Different Unmentionables” panel took place at the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

Altarum Institute – The Health Impacts of Working

Wendy Lynch, Co-director of the Center for Consumer Choice in Health Care, Altarum Institute
Wendy’s an expert on health, productivity and human capital management who helped develop the ElizaLife Ostrich Index. She’s also author of the books Who Survives? and Aligning incentives, Information and Choice. Now she’s hanging out at research shop Altarum and at Indiana University.  Here she tells us about the unmentionable and terrible health impacts of going to work. This talk was given during the “Yet More and Different Unmentionables” panel at the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

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Unmentionables: Full Session

The Unmentionables panel, moderated by Alex Drane of Eliza, is a place for those companies whose topics simply are not often discussed in health care.  This year vulnerability, care-giving, death, sex, stress, and drinking were addressed from companies including Cigna, Altarum Institute, the Pew Research Center, UCSF, Delivering Happiness (Zappos), Hula, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and author Gabrielle Glaser.  The theme for this year’s panel was “Health is life. Care, completely. Empathy a ...
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Altarum Institute: Unmentionables

Wendy Lynch is an expert on health, productivity and human capital management who helped develop the ElizaLife Ostrich Index. Now she’s at research shop Altarum and at Indiana University. A favorite of the Unmentionables panel, this year she shared more on the analysis, impact and implications of work stress on health through in depth research.

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Unmentionables: Altarum Institute

Wendy’s an expert on health, productivity and human capital management who helped develop the ElizaLife Ostrich Index. Now she’s at research shop Altarum and at Indiana University. Last year she told us about terrible health impacts of going to work. This year, she’s turning her attention to the impact of social support, both real and virtual, or the lack of it.

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Unmentionables: From Getting Down to Moving on

First introduced two years ago, the Unmentionables covers those topics that aren't talked about in health care and has quickly become one of our most popular sessions. That first year we covered childhood exercise, divorce and personal relationships. In 2011 we highlighted sleep, caregiving, money, suicide and work stress, with demos from Zeo on sleep, Mindbloom on community and mindfulness with GravityEight to bring it all together. This year we'll visit even more unmentionables including an ov ...
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Yet More and Different Unmentionables

The “Yet More and Different Unmentionables” panel took place at the San Francisco Health 2.0 conference in 2011.

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Altarum Institute – The Health Impacts of Working

Wendy Lynch, Co-director of the Center for Consumer Choice in Health Care, Altarum Institute Wendy’s an expert on health, productivity and human capital management who helped develop the ElizaLife Ostrich Index. She’s also author of the books Who Survives? and Aligning incentives, Information and Choice. Now she’s hanging out at research shop Altarum and at In ...