Topics up for discussion include virtual-physician visits, concierge medicine and how physicians are exploring the use of mobile apps to influence patients' lifestyles and behaviors.
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Carol’s approach focuses on decreased or maintained benefits costs, improved employee performance, corporate profitability, and innovation-within-reach projects. Carol is also a clinical physiologist with broad experience in sports medicine, physical medicine and industrial rehabilitation.
Carol writes the Benefits column for HR Executive and now includes social media navigation in her consulting practice. You may follow Carol on Twitter via @carolharnett or http://twitter.com/#!/carolharnett and YouTube on the Work.Love.Play.Daily Channel (http://www.youtube.com/user/CarolHarnett).
Carol held key positions in the insurance industry as the Vice President and National Disability and Life Practice Leader for The Hartford and The Prudential's Director of Resources and Rehabilitation Services. She currently chairs the Health and Performance Innovation Institute Board and sits on the Boards of Directors of the American College of Sports Medicine Foundation and Disabled Sports / USA as well as numerous industry boards and think tanks.
Carol received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Chemistry from St. Peter’s College and a Master of Science degree in Physiology and Biophysics from Rutgers University.
- Saint Peter's College, New JerseyBiological Chemistry
- Rutgers – New BrunswickPhysiology & Biophysics
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