Health Care Forum 2022 Presented by Pacific Blue Cross

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Tuesday, October 25, 2022
8:30 AM
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Keynote Speaker:Steven Page
Musician and Founding Member of Barenaked Ladies
Mental Health Advocate
Individuals: $199 + GST
Table of 8: $1,900 + GST

Individuals: $299 + GST
Table of 8: $2,800 + GST
Schedule:Registration and Breakfast: 8:30 a.m - 9:00 a.m PT
Program: 9:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m. PT

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Covid-19 has forever changed how we live, work and play. If you are a business leader, advisor, practitioner, or human resource professional that makes decisions on health and wellbeing, we invite you to learn about the good, the bad and the ugly of change for employers and employees. Join us for an inspirational keynote with health and wellbeing experts, that will help you lead, recruit, retain and engage your most valuable resource – your people.


Steven Page

Steven Page
Musician and Founding Member of Barenaked Ladies
Mental Health Advocate

Session 1

Understanding health & wellbeing of employees in a time of change

The one constant is change. But we are simply not used to the disruption that we have experienced over the past few years. How has change impacted our health and wellbeing? This session will explore the impact of change on the health and wellbeing of your people and ways to move your organization forward with “healthy changes” that engage your workforce.


Jillian Frank Ruby Ng Steve Mossop Nadeem Rajabali

Jillian Frank, Partner, Employment & Labour Law, KPMG Law LLP
Ruby Ng, CEO, Canadian Mental Health Association, Vancouver-Fraser
Steve Mossop, Executive Vice President, Leger
Moderator: Nadeem Rajabali, Sr. Vice President and Chief Sales Officer, Pacific Blue Cross

Additional panellists to be announced

Session 2

Spotlight on health equity in the changing workplace

Health equity is the absence of unfair systems and policies that cause health inequalities. Health equity seeks to reduce inequalities and to increase access to opportunities and conditions conducive to health for all. How has the pandemic and associated changes in our lives, shone a spotlight on these health inequalities? This session will help you understand how change impacts employees differently and how you can remove barriers to health equity in your workplace.


Dr. Shannon McDonald  Brad McCannell  Cally Wesson  Rob Chiarello

Dr. Shannon McDonald, Chief Medical Officer, First Nations Health Authority
Brad McCannell, Vice President, Access and Inclusion, Rick Hansen Foundation
Cally Wesson, President and CEO, BC Women's Health Foundation
Moderator: Rob Chiarello, Sr. Vice President, People & Culture, Pacific Blue Cross

Additional panellists to be announced

Closing Remarks:

John Crawford

John Crawford
President and CEO
Pacific Blue Cross

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