CDC Senior Medical Officer Named Keynote Presenter at Occupational Health and Safety Software Conference

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Dr. Casey Chosewood, a Senior Medical Officer with the CDC, will present the keynote address at Medgate’s annual conference on its leading Occupational Health and Safety Software. The presentation will focus on the essential elements of successful worksite health and well-being programs, and will complement discussions on Medgate’s Occupational Health Management software.

Casey Chosewood at Medgate Conference

Dr. L. Casey Chosewood of the CDC to speak at Medgate Conference on Occupational Health and Safety Software.

We are delighted to have Dr. Chosewood, a noted leader in the occupational health community, educate our attendees on the NIOSH Total Worker Health Program and the critical elements of effective worker health and wellbeing programs.

Leading global provider of occupational health and safety software, Medgate Inc., is pleased to announce Dr. L. Casey Chosewood as the keynote speaker at its annual conference. Dr. Chosewood is the Senior Medical Officer for Total Worker HealthTM Programs at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In this role, he promotes the protection, preservation, and improvement of the health and well-being of workers everywhere. Dr. Chosewood will introduce attendees to the essential elements of successful worksite health and well-being programs that create maximal health impact.

“We are delighted to have Dr. Chosewood, a noted leader in the occupational health community, educate our attendees on the NIOSH Total Worker Health Program and the critical elements of effective worker health and wellbeing programs,” states Mark Wallace, President of Medgate. “Medgate’s advanced OH&S software products are built to help organizations proactively manage employee health, so this topic could not be more relevant to our customers.”

The Medgate conference, which will be in Atlanta in February 2012, centers on helping organizations streamline the management of occupational health and safety data to gain effective business intelligence and inform decision-making on employee health, safety, and productivity. Promoting worker health and wellbeing has become increasingly imperative within the occupational health community as organizations look to pro-actively promote worker engagement and increase productivity in a lean economy.

The approximately 200 attendees to Medgate’s annual conference are Occupational Health, Safety and Environment professionals and decision-makers coming from large, multi-national, or global organizations from across a variety of industries. In Atlanta, attendees will partake in learning and education sessions surrounding the use of Medgate’s occupational health, safety, industrial hygiene, environmental, and ergonomics software suites. They will also share best practices in occupational health and safety and benefit from various networking opportunities.

About Medgate
Medgate™ (http://www.medgate.com) is the leading global provider of software for health and safety data management. Medgate’s Occupational Health, Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Ergonomics, and Environmental software products have the most comprehensive functionality and user-friendly design in the market. Available in multiple languages, Medgate software is used across the globe in hundreds of the best known corporations and government entities.

About Dr. L. Casey Chosewood and the NIOSH Total Worker HealthTM program
Dr. L. Casey Chosewood is the Senior Medical Officer for Total Worker HealthTM Programs at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In this role, he promotes the protection, preservation, and improvement of the health and well-being of workers everywhere.

The NIOSH Total Worker Health program is a research-to-practice effort that provides concepts, policies, and interventions that integrate the principles of traditional occupational health and worker protection programs with proven, innovative health promotion and well-being interventions. For more information on the program, please visit http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/twh/.

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