Join this session to learn more about the full impact of investing in workforce mental health for your employees and how it will accelerate your company’s ability to meet key strategic goals.
Historically, gauging the financial impact of investing in a mental health benefit has been a challenge for employers. Today, the business case for investing in workforce mental health is clear as the global mental health crisis continues. The impact of this investment is far-reaching: from medical claims costs to employee retention, presenteeism, absenteeism, and even brand reputation. Join this session to learn more about the full impact of investing in workforce mental health for your employees and how it will accelerate your company’s ability to meet key strategic goals.
SVP of Partnerships, Lyra Health
Todor Penev is a senior vice president and the health actuarial and analytics intelligence practice leader at Aon, responsible for R&D, innovation, and analytics capabilities across Aon Health Solutions. Todor’s work focuses on multi-client financial and actuarial modeling, advanced analytics solutions, data science, medical and pharmacy measurement, and emerging solution evaluations.
Todor joined Aon in 2005 and has served as an actuarial and benefits strategy consultant for many large employer engagements. Todor is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries. He has worked in Singapore, London, and Atlanta, where he is currently based.
Sean leads Lyra's new partnership efforts with employers and other partners. Prior to Lyra, Sean worked at Castlight Health, The White House's National Economic Council, The Brookings Institution's Health Care Reform Center, and Khulisa Management Services. Sean earned a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, and a Master in Business Administration from the Harvard Business School.