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It's All Your Business

Health equity, mental health, and quality of care are key issues facing those in the greater Pittsburgh region. But where do employers fit in the solution? Join The Pittsburgh Business Group on Health’s new podcast, It’s All Your Business, as they explore these focus areas and more… and how we can understand our community by understanding our employees. Produced by Postindustrial Media.

Interested in being a guest? Email host Mike Stancil at mike.stancil@pbghpa.org

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Season 1, Episode 9: Quit Genius

The isolation and other changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic can create additional stresses for people who struggle with addiction. In Episode 9 of It’s All Your Business, we hear from Suzette Glasner, vice president of clinical affairs for Quit Genius, which uses healthcare technology to treat addiction.

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Its All Your Business, Season 1, Episode 8: Leah Binder, CEO of The Leapfrog Group

In Episode 8, Leah Binder, president & CEO of The Leapfrog Group, discusses with host Mike Stancil how hospitals can enhance relationships with employers and consumers, through transparency in the way services are delivered. The nonprofit analyzes and publishes data for safety and quality, to help consumers and employers make informed ...

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Its All Your Business, Season 1, Episode 7: Jacqueline Edmondson, Penn State

In this episode, Dr. Jacqueline Edmondson, chancellor at Penn State Greater Allegheny discusses the ways in which leaders can help shape their workplaces to enhance employee health and to reflect more voices, and opinions. She also discusses Penn State’s Crossing Bridges Summit, events in which students, faculty, and staff ...

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Its All Your Business, Season 1, Episode 6: Carrot Fertility

In this epsiode, Tammy Sun and Heather McAlonan of Carrot Fertility talk with host Mike Stancil about fertility equity and the role employers play in that outcome. Fertility equity stands as a path forward to correct the maternal health and infant mortality report from 2019 that showed inequities in people of ...

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Its All Your Business, Season 1, Episode 5: Omada Health

Born from human-centered design fundamentals, Omada Health is a digital wellness company that puts humans before the disease. Their work on diabetes and hypertension is even more important now as we face the COVID-19 pandemic. Phil Thompson and Kelsey McNamara of Omada discuss their insights into digital-centered human healthcare with ...

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Its All Your Business, Season 1, Episode 4: Jessica Altman, insurance commissioner

In this episode, host Mike Stancil talks to Pennsylvania’s Acting Insurance Commissioner, Jessica Altman, about bridging the gaps in mental health insurance and what insurance equity means in the time of the opioid crisis.

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Its All Your Business, Season 1, Episode 3: Hugh O’Toole, Innovu

Hugh O’Toole, CEO of Innovu, talks with It’s All Your Business about tracking COVID-19 by using data to help companies learn how the virus could affect their employees. The company helps employers gain insight into ways to to control costs while also guiding in ways to improve employee ...

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Its All Your Business, Season 1, Episode 2: Jessica Brooks

Jessica Brooks, CEO and executive director of PBGH, talks with It’s All Your Business about being a leader of color – and a mother – during the Black Lives Matter protests. She discusses the responsibility of employers and business leadership in making sure they are providing resources for their employees during ...

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Its All Your Business, Season 1, Episode 1: Jessica Brooks, CEO, Pittsburgh Business Group on Health

Health equity, mental health, and quality of care are key issues facing those in the greater Pittsburgh region. But where do employers fit in the solution? Join The Pittsburgh Business Group on Health’s new podcast, It’s All Your Business, as they explore these focus areas and more… and ...

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Mike Stancil

Mike Stancil is the marketing director for the Pittsburgh Business Group on Health. For the past decade, Mike has focused on human-centered approaches to healthcare, digital experiences, and project management. In his current role, he hopes to inspire employers to actively acknowledge their influence in the community and be a force for positive change. Mike earned his master’s degree from The George Washington University.

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