About the webinar
Before the pandemic, we were already witnessing a shift towards online and video technology in the world of employee benefits. The past year has only served to accelerate this trend, with lockdowns and remote working forcing us into the digital space for both social and work events. Health services have also been stretched, with many finding it a challenge to see their normal GP for non-urgent care.
So perhaps it’s unsurprising that virtual GP services have become an increasingly popular employee benefit. Instead of waiting for an appointment or taking time out of their workday, employees can access a virtual GP quickly, at a time that works for them. Employers are now taking notice to ensure that employees and their families have access to treatment when it’s needed, which in turn can help prevent unnecessary time away from work.
Join us for our latest live webinar to take a deep dive into the growth of virtual GP services, including trends and insight from the Chief Medical Officer of Teladoc Health, the provider of WeCare.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- The role and value of virtual GP services in today’s changing workplaces
- Data and insight behind our WeCare virtual GP service
- How WeCare can help support people and how to register your clients
About the speakers
Dan Crook, Protection Sales Director, Canada Life
After holding a range of senior sales roles in Canada Life, Dan was appointed as Protection Sales Director in 2016. With over 20 years’ experience working in protection, Dan has extensive knowledge of the market and the challenges facing advisers.
David Griffiths, Chief Medical Officer, Teladoc Health
David is the Chief Medical Officer at Teladoc UK. He is a specialist in improving the quality and safety of healthcare systems and was the Clinical Lead for Time for Care, a national transformation programme for General Practice. David continues to work as a GP, in a suburban practice in Oxford.
He was previously a Programme Director for the Oxford GP Training Scheme, and also worked as an advisor to NHS London’s primary care transformation team.