- Geisinger will be hosting Back to Business Town Hall- part two, on June 4th from 11 am-12 pm. This event will feature Dr. Stanley Martin, Infectious Diseases; Allison Hess, VP, Health & Wellness; Brion Lieberman, VP, Human Resources. Register for the event here.
This Virtual Meeting will be taped and added to their business resources landing page. On the landing page is a place for businesses to submit questions. The email will go to Geisinger’s Community Wellness staff and they will respond. Any questions that they answer will be published to the page.
Brion Lieberman is Vice President of Human Resources at Geisinger. He is responsible for leading employee relations, compensation, diversity and inclusion and organizational development. Brion joined Geisinger in 2007 and has served in various HR roles for both Geisinger’s clinical enterprise and insurance operation.
During his tenure, Geisinger’s employee base has grown tremendously to 30,000 plus employees, serving the health care needs of our patients and members throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Brion is passionate about creating an exceptional employee experience by making a difference for Geisinger’s employees on both an individual and organizational basis.
Dr. Martin is Geisinger’s director of the Division of Infectious Diseases. He’s a board-certified and fellowship-trained specialist in infectious diseases. His clinical interests include immunocompromised hosts, transplantation and infections related to mechanical circulatory support. His research interests include antimicrobial stewardship, population health and optimization of inpatient care.
Allison Hess is the Vice President of Health Innovations for Geisinger. She has been part of the Geisinger family for 13 years and is responsible for the oversight and implementation of health and wellness programs for Geisinger patients and insured members, employees and community members. She started her career in community health education/corporate wellness and has continued to expand to include community-based population health initiatives driven by data analysis and clinical outcome measurements.
She has been the recipient of several awards focused in various areas of health including health equity, worksite wellness and supply chain. She has also been recognized nationally for her work with the Fresh Food Farmacy program.