Health Improvement Podcast

Health Is On The Way: Season One Wrap Up

In this episode, we touch on the variety of topics we covered in our ten-episode season. From chronic pain to community well-being, our first season made a small but valuable dent in some of the most essential personal and workplace health topics of today.

One of the biggest takeaways from this past season is the need for a holistic approach to healthcare and workplace well-being. To achieve the best possible health, it is vital for patients and physicians to not separate physical, mental and emotional health.

We also take a moment to think more critically about the trending topics in the health and wellness field and how we can cover them Health Is On The Way. Next season, we want to dig deeper into issues such as mental health and a greater understanding of preventive care.

If anything mentioned in this episode interests you, be sure to check out the complete episodes by visiting our podcast posting page, or subscribing on Apple Podcasts or Spotify!

Topics Include:

  • Why a holistic approach to health and wellness is important
  • Why both patients and physicians should be talking about preventive care rather than treatment
  • How developing a healthy lifestyle now will pay off in the future
  • The importance of quality relationships with your primary care provider
  • What's to come on Health Is On The Way
 

About our Guests:

Brad Lawson has deep experience in employer health management, payer health systems, venture capital and growing digital health businesses. He has held senior leadership positions in top brands in employer health and benefits. Prior to Fern, Brad was an Executive In Residence at Avia Health Innovation and Abundant Venture Partners. Previously he was Chief Growth Officer at StayWell, and spent eight years at WebMD Health Services as SVP Employer Sales.

Susan Morgan Bailey is a high-energy leader with more than 20 years of experience in health, benefits and education settings. In her role at Marsh & McLennan Agency, she helps organizations build supportive cultures that empower individuals to live healthy, engaged lives. Before joining MMA, Susan consulted on and led well-being initiatives in various settings, from manufacturing to healthcare. Susan is a Certified CultureTalkPartner, SHRM-SCP and SPHR certified and holds a BS in Education and an MS in Health Promotion.

Nicole Grasso has been in the health and wellness industry for over 17 years. With a clinical background and her ten years of service at Bravo, she aligns her experience to empower corporate wellness programs and national partner wellness strategies. Nicole plays a critical role in working with clients on program designs that are in the best interest of their population and align with company goals. The depth of her expertise allows her to provide insight into the unique challenges of different industries, environments and cultures.

Ashley Kraus is a dependable and creative marketing leader with nearly four years in the wellness industry and a lifelong passion for fitness, nutrition and behavioral health. As Bravo’s Director of Marketing, she helps organizations understand the value of focusing on employee health and articulating Bravo’s unique approach in the market. Ashley holds a BA in Communications with a minor in Psychology from Grove City College.

Episode One: Employer Considerations on Workplace Vaccinations

Episode Two: Two Pandemics, Not-So-Magic Mushrooms + Health Tips from Dr. Joel Kahn

Episode Three: The Health Benefits of Downtime, with Dr. Art Markman

Episode Four: Why Many Americans with Health Insurance Hesitate to Use it

Episode Five: The Social Determinants of Happiness

Episode Six: Is the Future of Healthcare Virtual?

Episode Seven: What We Know About the Link Between Cancer and Obesity

Episode Eight: Can We Slow Down the Aging Process?

Episode Nine: Understanding Pain: The Direct and Indirect Impact of Persistent Pain

 

 

 

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