Better outcomes, lower costs: How improving members' sleep benefits everyone

Monday, October 31st, 2022 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CT

Sleep plays a foundational role in member health, from keeping people safe behind the wheel to chronic condition management and more. Poor sleep habits can mean poor outcomes for members and high costs for health plans.

Join Fitbit Health Solutions to learn why implementing simple, practical sleep solutions is a win-win for both members and health plans — improving overall member health and your bottom line.

Key learnings:
  • How sleep plays a vital role in short- and long-term member health
  • How poor sleep can translate to higher costs for health plans, with real examples
  • How sleep solutions can support members on their journey to better, healthier sleep


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Sarah Summer, JD, MPH

Head of Strategic Health Plan Partnerships

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Logan Schneider, MD

Clinical Lead for Sleep Health at Alphabet, Consultant Neurologist at the Stanford/VA Alzheimer’s Research Center, and Clinical Assistant Professor (affiliated) of Sleep Medicine at the Stanford Sleep Center

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Conor Heneghan, PhD, MS

Senior Staff Research Scientist at Google

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Michael Grandner, PhD, MTR, CBSM, FAASM

Director of the Sleep and Health Research Program at the University of Arizona, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine in the School of Medicine, Associate Professor of Psychology in the School of Sciences, Associate Professor of Nutritional Sciences at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Associate Professor of Clinical Translational Science, Director of the Arizona Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic at the Banner--University Medical Center in Tucson