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.
David served as Chief Health Officer from our inception through 2016. He continues to oversee the design of our well-being and population health strategies, interventions and tools. He brings internationally-recognized expertise in health assessment, health behavior change, population health, program evaluation and value measurement. David also oversees our research practices and provides consulting expertise on client programs.
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 behavioral and data scientists at Johnson & Johnson, 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.
Where technology intersects with health and wellness you’ll find David with his finger on the pulse. David is a seasoned technology executive with 20+ years of experience managing enterprise projects, and aligning technology solutions with business goals. He is also an expert in the architecture, design and implementation of population management and health and wellness technology platforms.
David holds a master’s degree in Computer Science from Capella University, and a Bachelor of Science in Education from Southern Illinois University. He is a member of HiMSS, and an active member of technology-related communities such as the Nashville Technology Council, Nashville CIO Council, and the Scrum Alliance.
PJ is a writer by trade with more than 30 years in the publishing industry. Her focus has been writing and editing research and health materials for the lay audience. As Co-Chief Content Officer, she is responsible for digital media creation and multi-channel publication of the organization’s content across all mediums. PJ’s writing, editorial and content experience spans decades focusing on instructional design and health literacy. She is particularly passionate about developing accurate health content that reduces fear and sparks action.
PJ holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in The Writing Option from The Pennsylvania State University.
Erin spearheads our health and well-being research agenda serving as research consultant and principal investigator for several strategic initiatives, program evaluations and outcomes studies. She has published numerous peer-reviewed, scientific research studies benefiting the field of health management while her work in research and reporting continues to help define best practices for the industry.
Erin holds a Master of Public Health degree in Epidemiology from the University of Massachusetts, a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Health Science from Alma College, and studied at the University of North London in London, England.
Stefan has always been interested in a diverse range of subjects. We think that’s spot on for a Research Analyst. He began his career studying choral music. Now, he is responsible for researching program effectiveness, developing surveys and normative statistics, and applying scientific research to benefit our clients and the worksite well-being industry.
He earned a Master of Science in Epidemiology from the University of Iowa, College of Public Health, and a Bachelor of Music Education from the University of Evansville. He has studied at Iowa State University and Harlaxton College, in Grantham, England. He also is a member of the Research Studies Subcommittee of the Health Enhancement Research Organization.
Sarah Monley is a Senior Program Manager responsible for the day-to-day delivery of comprehensive health management benefits as well as establishing stakeholder support to achieve participant involvement. Prior to joining StayWell, she designed and conducted healthy life skills lesson plans, wrote community project grants and delivered health seminars in Armenia where she served as a Community Health Educator with the U.S. Peace Corps.
Sarah holds a bachelor's degree from Capital University in Organizational Communication with a public relations minor, and will complete her master's degree in Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley in May 2018.
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 Director of Product Development 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.
More often than not, illuminating the path to better health for people means speaking their language. Amy S. VanStee is particularly passionate about doing just that--helping organizations develop bright, clear, conversational content that resonates with consumers and spurs them to act. Amy has 20 years of editorial expertise in custom publications, corporate and employee communications, and academic publishing, and holds an M.A. in Writing from DePaul University and a B.A. in History from Hope College.
In her current role as Editorial Director with StayWell, Amy leads a team of editors who provide engaging, results-driven content marketing solutions to healthcare clients across the country. She’s happiest with a red pen in hand, guiding clients to the type of content consumers not only enjoy, but actively search for.