How healthcare leaders can foster mental well-being & productivity in their workforce
Thursday, December 14th, 2023 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT
Work-related mental health challenges can dramatically impact employees' productivity, morale and propensity to stay at their jobs. In this live session, you'll learn the methods organizations are using to put mental health first, reduce burnout and boost resilience.
Chief People Officer, Quantum Health
Veronica Knuth believes an employee-centered environment is at the heart of building and retaining an exceptional team of professionals and ensures everyone at Quantum Health is an integral part of the company’s vision and mission.
A strategic leader with decades of experience, Knuth is passionate about connecting people with an organization that inspires them. At Quantum Health, she is developing teams of associates motivated by a shared purpose — to navigate members through their personal healthcare journeys no matter how simple or complex. Knuth specializes in creating a culture that is inclusive and puts its employees first. This equips and empowers them to be their best — both personally and professionally. Knuth fosters transparency and open communication to ensure dynamic and productive dialogue and interactions.
Prior to joining Quantum Health, Knuth led highly successful teams as vice president of human resources at several diverse companies, including CoverMyMeds, Victoria’s Secret and La Senza. She enjoys extending meaningful leadership relationships in the community, where she is involved with organizations focused on boosting equity and capability.
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Tyler Newton, MBA
Tyler is the Operations Executive at Adventist Health Sonora, a 152-bed acute care hospital and clinic network in Northern California. In his role he oversees clinical and support departments in addition to oversight of patient experience, employee wellbeing, strategic growth and workforce development. Through his time at Adventist Health he has improved wellbeing offerings for employees, improved patient experience results and added career advancement opportunities through education partnerships. He believes organizations have a responsibility to encourage wellbeing and create the space for employees to discover what recharges them. Tyler recharges by exercising and spending time with his Wife, Children and three Basset Hounds.