Well-Being Interventions: What's working, why, and how does it translate to digital?
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Jennifer Turgiss, DrPH
Vice President, Behavior Science and Advanced Analytics
Jennifer Turgiss is vice president, behavior science and advance analytics for Johnson & Johnson, where she and her team of behavior scientists build digital health behavior change interventions targeted toward the individual user and the health care provider. As an applied scientist and practitioner in population health management, Jennifer spent a decade creating, measuring and optimizing wearable technologies and digital solutions to improve health and well-being in the employer market. She holds two patents in this domain. As a business executive, she worked in several health-related start-ups across the US, the UK, South Africa and Italy. She has designed and implemented health and well-being programs, including fitness for children, adults and seniors; sports performance; and management of weight, stress, hypertension and arthritis.