[Press release]
Enterprise Health Welcomes Kenji Saito, MD, JD, FACOEM, to Advisory Board

Advisory board's well-rounded perspective helps guide organization's strategic direction 

Fort Wayne, Ind., March 31, 2021 — Enterprise Health, a leading provider of occupational and employee health IT solutions, announced today that Kenji Saito, MD, JD, FACOEM, has been appointed to the company’s advisory board. Dr. Saito is president and chief medical and science officer at MedLaw LLC, a provider of occupational and environmental medicine consultative services to companies, professional organizations, hospitals and clinics. He also serves as a medical leader for regulatory agencies, consumer goods and transportation industries.

 

Previously, Dr. Saito served as the medical director in occupational health for a medical center in Central Maine. He is board certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine with specialty training in occupational and environmental medicine and certified as a medical review officer, a senior medical examiner for the Federal Aviation Administration, a certified medical examiner for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, certified course director and founder of the NIOSH Spirometry course in central Maine, and certified course director for CAOHC courses. 

 

Dr. Saito is also on the board of directors for the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine and its vice president-elect, and president of the New England College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.

 

Dr. Saito earned his undergraduate degree in Bioethics and Asian and Middle Eastern studies at the University of Pennsylvania where he was a founding member of the Penn Bioethics Society. He earned a dual medical degree from Temple University and a law degree from Rutgers Law School.

 

“Kenji is nationally recognized as an expert in occupational and employee health issues,” said Jeff Donnell, president of Enterprise Health. “His combined medical and law degrees along with his extensive experience in health system, corporate and academic settings bring a unique perspective to the board when it comes to employers and the health of their workforces. We are thrilled to work side-by-side with Kenji to gain a better understanding of the challenges employers face today.”

 

Enterprise Health’s advisory board comprises employee health experts who do not currently use the Enterprise Health solution. It reflects the composition of the company’s client base — which includes Fortune 500 firms, health systems, universities and government agencies — and works to bring a well-rounded perspective on strategic direction that guides the organization’s growth.

 

Other members currently seated on Enterprise Health’s advisory board are Dr. Fikry (Fik) Isaac, founder and CEO of WellWorld Consulting and former vice president of Global Health Services for , Dr. Bhargav Chandrashekar, occupational health physician at , and Dr. Albert Rielly, medical director of occupational health at .

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About Enterprise Health

Enterprise Health is one of the largest providers of occupational health software in the world, with customers in over 55 countries and nearly a dozen languages, serving several million employees globally. Enterprise Health is the only comprehensive employee health record that delivers occupational health and compliance, clinical care and employee engagement on a single, certified, interoperable cloud-based EHR platform — equipping enterprise clients with a powerful toolset to improve health, wellness, productivity and efficiency throughout their organization.