StayWell Health Management Appoints Industry Leaders To Advisory Panel

    StayWell Health Management Appoints Industry Leaders To Advisory Panel

PR Newswire

ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 15, 2013

ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- StayWell Health Management
announced today the appointment of health care industry leaders to its newly
formed advisory panel, which will work with the executive team on strategic
planning and product direction. StayWell will leverage the advisors' industry
knowledge and clinical experience to advance its behavior change portfolio and
ensure the company maintains market-leading population health management
solutions.

The panel includes highly respected professionals from clinical and
non-clinical backgrounds who will provide valuable perspective to ensure
StayWell continues to be a leader for effective behavior change. Newly
appointed panel members include:

  oDavid D. Gregg, M.D. – Chief Medical Officer, StayWell Health Management.
    Dr. Gregg holds a medical degree from the University of Minnesota School
    of Medicine and a bachelor's degree from Harvard. He is board certified in
    internal medicine and licensed in both Minnesota and Wisconsin. He
    practiced internal and occupational medicine in the Allina Health Systems
    and HealthPartners, and was an associate clinical professor at the
    University of Minnesota School of Medicine. Dr. Gregg's experience also
    includes past leadership positions with Mercer and HealthPartners.
  oRajni Aneja, M.D., MBA, CPE – Executive Vice President and Chief Clinical
    Advisor, Quantum Health. Dr. Aneja is a certified physician executive with
    specialty training in family practice. She earned her medical degree from
    Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Mo., and her physician executive
    MBA from the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Aneja's experience includes
    past leadership positions with Joslin Diabetes Center, WebMD Health
    Services, and OptumHealth.
  oChristopher L. Vojta, M.D. – Managing Partner, Vojta & Associates.Dr.
    Vojta graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School and
    Wharton School of Business, and holds a master's degree in clinical
    epidemiology from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School.He is
    board certified in geriatrics. Dr. Vojta's experience includes past
    leadership positions with Ingenix (now OptumInsight), Wyeth, Deloitte,
    UnitedHealth Group and CIGNA.

"As a company that has built its success around research and best practices,
the idea of an external advisory panel is a natural progression in our
development," said Andy Corbin, President, StayWell. "The panel will provide
objective and educated guidance on how we deliver programs to employers, the
value we bring to the industry, and how we can continue to play a leadership
role in key health reform initiatives that will shape the future of health
care. We're confident that Drs. Gregg, Aneja and Vojta will provide the level
of insight and thought leadership to take StayWell to the next level."

About StayWell
StayWell Health Management, LLC, is a population health management company
that pairs the science of behavior change with the art of program delivery to
help organizations improve employee health and wellness, increase
productivity, and decrease health care costs. StayWell's proven approach
yields three key outcomes that strengthen cultures of health — organizational
alignment, social connection, and personal change. Founded in 1978, StayWell
is a subsidiary of MediMedia, USA, headquartered in St. Paul. StayWell
programs receive top industry honors, including the C. Everett Koop National
Health Award, NBGH Best Employers for Healthy Lifestyles Award, and WELCOA
Well Workplace Awards for health management programs. To learn more about the
company, visit www.staywell.com or follow the company at
twitter.com/staywelltweets. 

Media contact
Barbara Tabor, APR
651-230-9192
barbaratabor@comcast.net

SOURCE StayWell Health Management

Website: http://www.staywellhealthmanagement.com
 
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