QuadMed in the News
In January 2020, QuadMed was a Gold Sponsor for the World Conference Forum (WCF) in Phoenix, AZ as well as a sponsor for the Onsite Employee Health Clinics Summit in Scottsdale, AZ. Both events were wonderful and it was especially exciting to have our own Michelle Storbakken, Group Vice President of Operations, moderate the panel, “Implementing an Onsite Health Clinic that Allows a Company to Ensure Employee Satisfaction, Maintain Competitive Benefits and Significantly Reduce Costs.” Michelle did an exceptional job leading the discussion and keeping the audience engaged and involved.
In addition, Amy Iveson, Corporate Manager Health and Wellness Strategy at our partner Huntington Ingalls Industry (HII), presented, “Assessing the Applicability of an On-Site Health Clinic for Your Company and Determining the Competitive Advantage.” Amy is a champion for QuadMed and was amazing, providing great shared experiences and references to HII’s partnership with the organization. Her energy and delivery led to an increase in traffic to our booth immediately following the presentation.
QuadMed was particularly busy in December, both hosting a food drive and conducting a giving tree event throughout the month.
On December 16, a group of volunteers from QuadMed’s corporate headquarters went above and beyond by helping sort food for Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. This is the leading hunger-relief organization in the state. Founded 37 years ago, Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin now serves nearly 400,000 people.
Feeding America strives to provide healthy, high-quality foods to those in need while also working to solve the root causes of widespread hunger. As a company devoted to overall wellness, QuadMed felt passionate about the non-profit’s mission. All the volunteers felt playing a role in the organization’s effort was truly rewarding!