Introducing the Employee Home Solar Discount program

Register for today’s live webinar, Introducing the Employee Home Solar Discount Program, presented by Practice Greenhealth. This webinar is the first in a series of Green Employee Benefits for Practice Greenhealth members.

The webinar begins at 1 p.m. EDT. Click here to request access to the webinar. If you have problems logging in, contact Peggy Rademaker at prademaker@practicegreenhealth.org.

This new program provides hospitals with an incredible opportunity to offer employees the chance to buy or lease solar systems for their homes at a substantially lower rate than the national average. Implementing the program at your health system or hospital provides a great incentive to engage employees and also contributes to increasing the resilience of their communities.

Health systems that are members of the Health Care Climate Council have been piloting the project. Two of these pilot projects – Mark Platt from Gundersen Health System and Sarah O’Keefe from University Hospitals – will share their stories and experiences during the webinar.

Lauren Kleinman from Practice Greenhealth will present the Toolkit to assist members with implementing this Green Employee Benefit at their own hospitals. As an additional incentive, Practice Greenhealth will announce the details of a contest to award free CleanMed 2017 registrations and lodging to the health systems that establish the best Employee Home Solar programs.

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Mark Platt
Senior Vice President of Business Services, Gundersen Health System
In the role of Senior Vice President of Business Services, Mark oversees the Envision program (Gundersen Health System’s sustainability program), in addition to business development and marketing, business health services, community and preventive care services, corporate communications, external affairs and government relations, facilities, and supply chain. He also leads the strategic planning process as a member of the senior leadership team. Mark received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Vanderbilt University.

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