Enjoy an engaging discussion on why and how cardiometabolic conditions such as diabetes often pose greater risk factors for women. In the US, diabetes affects around the same number of men and women. However, when compared to men, women with diabetes are at higher risk for heart disease, depression, and blindness, and also suffer a lower survival rate and reduced quality of life after a heart attack.
In this webinar, we explore ways that employers can help support women’s health in their workforce and discuss advances in virtual healthcare that deliver an individualized and equitable experience for women with diabetes.
- How a cardiometabolic condition like diabetes affects women differently than men through symptoms, risk factors, and comorbidities
- How this impact is even greater on women of color and pregnant women
- Practical ways that employers can help ensure equitable care for their population of women employees