[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Employee Health & COVID-19: virtual assistants for employee health and worksite wellness


Nimisha Kalia MD, MPH, MBA

North American Medical Lead, Procter & Gamble; Director, Division of Occupational Medicine, Johns Hopkins

Dr. Kalia is a board-certified in Internal Medicine, Occupational Medicine, and Public Health and General Preventive Medicine. Dr. Kalia is currently the North America Medical Leader at Procter & Gamble and currently holds academic appointments at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the Dell Medical School, University of Texas at Austin. She previously served as faculty at New York Presbyterian/ Well Cornell Medical College. She has consulted on occupational medicine projects for large academic hospital systems, Fortune 500 corporations and international clients. She brings experience in program development, implementation and assessment and workers’ compensation programs.

Chelsea Biel, BSN, RN

Clinical Informatics Director, Orbita

With a true passion for technology-driven healthcare improvement, Chelsea joined Orbita after leading clinical informatics for Propeller Health, a digital therapeutics innovator. She also managed multi-disciplinary strategic initiatives for UnityPoint Health-Meriter in partnership with UW Health, and spent five years at Epic in project management, implementation, and informatics. Chelsea earned her nursing degree from the University of Wisconsin Madison.

Today’s HR, wellness, and occupational health professionals face unprecedented demands to manage asymptomatic, at-risk, and COVID-positive employees. Digital solutions offer new opportunities to automate and scale employee health initiatives to support emotional wellbeing.

Hear more about:

    • The ongoing evolution of organizational preparedness in response to COVID-19
    • How chatbots and other digital engagement tools support COVID-19 screening, monitoring, and return-to-work processes
    • Responding to and supporting rapidly changing individual employee and workforce needs
    • How data captured from digital solutions informs workforce planning and employee benefit design