Deepening relationships, recognition for healthcare support in 2018

This week VITAL WorkLife was admitted as a Network Organization which supports the National Academy of Medicine’s Action Collaborative on Clinician Well Being and Resilience. Closing the year strong takes extra effort from everyone, and this recognition to be included in an elite group of organizations dedicated to reversing trends of clinician burnout and supporting clinician well being is a testament to some of the great work we’ve done this year. These include:

  • Many new healthcare clients across the country who have put their trust in VITAL WorkLife to support their clinicians and organizational well being.
  • Expanding our consultant network as part of our preferred workforce and the strong relationships we have together in supporting our mission.

Thank you to everyone who has supported VITAL WorkLife in 2018. We look forward to continuing this journey together in 2019. Make your next year be happy and prosperous.

Happy New Year!

Mitch Best, CEO

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Mitchell Best, CEO

Mitchell Best is CEO & President of Client Services for VITAL WorkLife, a national behavioral health consulting organization serving the well being needs of organizations and employees for over 30 years. He joined the company in 2001 as Director of Business Development, was promoted to Vice President of Business Development and Account Services, then to COO before buying the company in 2013. Mitch utilizes his breadth of experience and industry expertise to provide strong business leadership for the organization and direct oversight to the client services team. He previously served in account services and business development roles for companies in the technology and services sectors. Mitch holds a BA degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota.