Everything we do is designed to move the needle. Our program is grounded in the science of behavior change, substantiated through an evidence-based practice, and evaluated in over 120 peer-reviewed studies. The results of our health and well-being solutions prove our commitment to helping people live healthier, fuller lives. It's why 79% of StayWell clients improve the net health of their company in the first year.
"What started as a wellness program to help our employees be happier and healthier actually made our business healthier, too."
Vanessa, Sales Manager
"One feature that I enjoy pointing out to new employees is the Krames anatomy and physiology art. It makes it so much easier to explain to patients what is happening to them with these detailed drawings."
Inpatient Informatics Director, RN, MSN
“The program was a good venue for checking in, developing goals, and having professional feedback on progress. It worked well with my busy schedule, was easy to participate in, and let me work at my own pace.”
StayWell is shining a light on heart health
This month, we are highlighting new tips, recipes and guidance for living a happier, heart-healthy life. You can also learn more about our Krames On FHIR® patient education app and My StayWell employee wellness platform to see how StayWell can help employers and healthcare providers illuminate the path to better health.
IMPROVING HEART HEALTH
Make sure to follow our social channels during #AmericanHeartMonth, because we'll be sharing expert advice, research, recipes and more all month long!
The minds behind the ideas.
Illuminating the path to better health takes the kind of medical expertise and guidance we get from Chief Medical Officer, Dr. David Gregg. Dr. Gregg has years of experience in data analytics and healthcare technology, which we find invaluable in today’s fast-paced, ever changing healthcare environment.
Dr. Gregg holds a B.S. degree from Harvard and a medical degree from the University of Minnesota School of Medicine. He is board certified in internal medicine and is a member of the American College of Physicians, the American College of Physician Executives, the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and the American Public Health Association.
Better coordination, better care, stronger health outcomes. That’s Mitch Collier’s goal. How do we get there? It starts with interoperability across the entire continuum of care. Mitch has over fifteen years of experience in creating clinical and consumer health applications, and is passionately optimistic about the way evolving technology is shaping healthcare.
In his current role as Vice President of Product at StayWell, Mitch leads Product Managers in partnering with business and engineering teams to optimize the delivery of StayWell’s solutions. Specifically, Mitch heads up StayWell’s new Krames on FHIR product line, working with leading electronic health record vendors to integrate StayWell’s award winning patient education and wellness solutions.
Matt Miller knows that health empowerment begins with behavior change—and behavior change isn’t just a catchy motivational phrase, it’s a science. As VP of Behavioral Science, Matt is responsible for ensuring the use of evidence-based, best practices in all products and services StayWell offers.
Matt has over ten years of experience in health empowerment and research. Most recently, Matt led a team of behavior and data scientists at Johnson & Jonhnson, where he built, tested and implemented health behavior change interventions for a variety of patient populations. Prior to that, Matt worked for a variety of health technology startups, cultivating a spirit of entrepreneurship and a passion for innovation that he brings with him to StayWell.
Matt has a Ph.D. in social and behavioral science, and is a licensed mental health professional. When he’s not working on guiding others to better health, Matt is busy improving his own with trail runs, hikes, and travel.