Reduce Downstream Health Risks and Costs with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

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Mental health conditions underlie many physical diseases—studies show that people with depression are at higher risk for diabetes, stroke, cardiovascular disease, and other diseases. Mental health challenges not only undermine the body’s ability to heal, they also drive up costs. The good news is that preventive interventions help people feel better and drive healthcare cost savings. For every $1 invested annually in prevention programs to support mental health, employers can save $2 to $4 on other expenses.

How can HR and benefits leaders adopt a preventive approach to mental health that drives better whole health outcomes at lower cost?

In this webinar, the HR employee well-being leader at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Calm’s Chief Clinical Officer will share:

  • How Cincinnati Children’s Hospital addresses employee stress, sleep problems, and anxiety using a preventive approach to mental health
  • How Cincinnati Children’s Hospital breaks through the mental health stigma and provides safe entry points for preventive mental health support
  • How Cincinnati Children’s Hospital provides a robust mental well-being strategy for the whole family, including women and children
  • The Calm Business Healthy Mind Workplace Model for Whole Health and five key preventive pillars to drive better outcomes and reduce healthcare costs


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Rachael Grile

HR Consultant, Employee Well-being, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Rachael Grile is the HR Consultant, Employee well-being at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Rachael earned a bachelor of arts in psychology from The Ohio State University.

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Dr. Chris Mosunic

Chief Clinical Officer, Calm

Chris Mosunic is a licensed clinical psychologist and registered dietitian specializing in forming, scaling, and managing large provider teams and networks at healthcare start-ups and both privately and publicly held healthcare organizations. Before his current role as the chief clinical officer at Calm, Chris served as an executive healthcare leader at Yale New Haven Health, Johnson and Johnson, Rivermend Health, Advanced Recovery Systems, and Vida Health.

Chris received his undergraduate degree in biology and psychology from Bucknell University, his MS in nutritional biochemistry from Tufts, his PhD in clinical psychology from Vanderbilt, and his MBA from Yale.