PHMC19 Intervention Model
Join Leslie D.
Michelson Chairman and CEO of Private Health Management and author of The Patient’s Playbook, as he shares results and actionable interventions from the dynamic PHMC19
INTERVENTION MODEL, which was developed by leading epidemiology and biostatistics experts who are advising corporations and government entities, and incorporates advanced infectious disease modeling, relevant scientific literature, and large global databases
- Predict the number of people who will become infected, seriously ill, and deceased
- Demonstrate how specific workplace interventions can save lives
- Provide leaders with decision-grade population risk and intervention data to quickly and confidently take action to limit exposure and reduce infection, morbidity, and mortality
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About the speaker:
Leslie Michelson is Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Private Health Management, a unique, patient-focused company that has helped hundreds of private individuals and thousands of corporate clients obtain exceptional medical care through a cutting-edge and proprietary organization-based approach.
His best-selling book, The Patient’s Playbook: How to Save Your Life and the Lives of Those You Love, empowers readers to achieve the best possible health outcomes by using the same lessons and tools.
Michelson is CEO of The Patient’s Playbook, which delivers content to help people become more effective health care consumers across multiple forms of media.
Michelson is on the Advisory Board of the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and the board of the ALS Therapy Development Institute.
He also serves as a director of a number of real estate investment trusts, business development corporations, and health services and life sciences companies.
Michelson received his B.A.
from Johns Hopkins University and J.D.
from Yale Law School.
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