The way we work and manage our workforces has changed. What has the pandemic done to our health? We’re stressed. We’re anxious. And we’re developing bad health habits that are affecting the way we work.
So what now? What can you do to ensure your wellness dollars are being utilized on tools and resources that are going to support your members through these challenges?
Join Fitbit Health Solutions on October 6th to discuss:
Carrie L. Hatfield
Head of Strategic Plan Partnerships
Fitbit Health Solutions
Carrie Hatfield leads the Fitbit Health Solutions team focusing specifically on Strategic Health Plan Partnerships across the US. Her primary objective is integrating Fitbit into clinical programs, products, and health plan designs to create sustained engagement and successful outcomes over time.
Previously, Carrie spent more than 25 years in the Healthcare Industry. She led 13 Clinical Condition Centers at Humana across well, acute and chronic disease states and created programs to offset medical trends. She also designed clinical programs in pharmacy such as medication adherence and drug utilization review programs at Humana to ensure patient safety and compliance. In addition, she led operations on the Trade Relation team negotiating pharmaceutical rebate contracts to help buy down premiums allowing members access to expensive medications.
Prior to Humana, Carrie was the Director of Oncology at Norton Healthcare in Louisville, KY where she implemented a Palliative Care Program after seeing her own Grandfather, Grandmother and Mother needing the services. Carrie also completed a fellowship at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Her family’s battle with cancer and navigating the complexities of the healthcare system is what inspires Carrie to focus her efforts on health and wellbeing, and meeting people where they are in their health journey. Through Fitbit she inspires and motivates people to make healthy lifestyle choices through the data and guidance received via devices, software and services.
Carrie is Six Sigma certified and seeks to improve not only processes in healthcare but in her life and the lives of others as well. Carrie received her MHA/ MBA from St. Louis University, was recognized as a Top 40 under 40 business professional in Louisville in 2004, was Women of the Year for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and received Humana’s CEO Award in Clinical Innovation in 2013. She serves on several boards: The American Cancer Society Health Initiative Action team, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, and LHAB Diabetes Committee to name a few.