A mental health crisis is gripping front-line caregivers. Learn how people leaders are dealing with the fallout, plus strategies to better support health care employees’ mental health in 2022.
A mental health crisis is gripping front-line caregivers. For healthcare workers especially, the pandemic has exacerbated preexisting mental health issues, laid bare the lack of support many feel from their employers and prompted a wave of resignations.
In a recent survey of more than 1,200 employees and benefit leaders, 59 percent of workers said their mental health has affected their ability to do their jobs this year, up from 48 percent a year prior. Learn how today’s healthcare employees and employers are reimagining how they address mental health at work in Lyra Health’s 2022 State of Mental Health at Work report.
In this webinar, you'll learn:
Area Vice President,
Chief Human Resources Officer,
Adena Health System
Regional Chief Nursing Officer, Northwest Region,
Chris leads Lyra’s new partnership efforts with a focus on large employers. Prior to joining Lyra, Chris was Head of Public Health for one of the nation's largest behavioral health EHR Providers. He has consulted on and led complex behavioral and public health information technology projects for F500 organizations and in the public sector at local, state, and national levels.
Heather Sprague is highly regarded in the Human Resources field. She has served as the Chief Human Resources Officer of Adena Health System in Chillicothe, Ohio since April 2019. Prior to her tenure with Adena Health System, Heather served as the CHRO and Regional Vice President of Human Resources with the Saint Alphonsus Health System in Boise, Idaho. In addition to her time in Boise, Heather worked in Grand Rapids, Michigan where she worked for the West Michigan Region of Trinity Health in the Mercy Health System. Prior to that, Heather worked in other industries including the Consulting Industry and Construction Management and Engineering fields. Heather has over 26 years of Human Resources experience.
Shawn O'Connor has over 30 years of experience as a Chief Nursing Officer in urban and suburban settings. She has experience leading Magnet® nursing environments. She is currently the Regional Chief Nursing Officer for the Northwest Region of AMITA Health based in Chicago and the Chief Nursing Officer at St. Alexius Medical Center in Hoffman Estates. O'Connor received her doctorate from Rush University, her MBA from Northern Illinois University, and her MSN from Loyola University of Chicago.