For over a decade, Healthy Interactions has created innovative approaches to improving the outcomes of chronic conditions. Our programs focus on creating a meaningful and ongoing dialogue between health care providers and health care consumers. We design the right tools to create a structured interaction that can be delivered in a one-on-one environment or in small groups. Our digital tools support health care consumers in moving toward their goals with information, tracking, and ongoing peer and health care professional interactions. The result of our programs is consumers that are more active partners in their health, which improves the outcomes of their diseases.
We offer more than 200 programs, and have become a global leader in Diabetes. We provide our programs to health systems and clinics in the U.S., and have pharmaceutical sponsors that provide our programs throughout the world.
Paul has 20-plus years of healthcare and business-building experience. He considers it a privilege to lead an amazing, passionate team committed to improving the lives of people afflicted with chronic conditions. In the past decade, Paul has seen Healthy Interactions grow from a start-up that developed and deployed a single diabetes program in one country, to an enterprise that has deployed patient engagement and education programs covering over 200 programs and 20 chronic conditions, in 127 countries, in 39 languages and cultures, and improved the lives of over 30 million people. Paul's experience includes being a special advisor to Johnson & Johnson for its Turin and China Olympic bids and implementation strategies, its diabetes operating company, and to its executive committee. At Bain & Company, Paul consulted in health care, financial services, telecom, and M&A segments. At Eli Lilly, he served as an International Financial Analyst and Director of Business Development in Middle East & Africa, based in Geneva, Switzerland. Paul was one of P&G’s first brand managers into East Germany when the Berlin Wall came down. Paul also co-founded LIfeServ, a life-event marketing company. Academically, Paul earned his Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto, and his Master of Business Administration from the University of Michigan. An avid hockey player and former Hawaii Ironman competitor, Paul brings an ironman will and a hockey player mentality to everything he touches.
Peter is a co-founder of Healthy Interactions. He has spent most of his career developing programs that help people better understand complex concepts and issues that have a major impact on their lives, seeing the knowledge gained by program participants channeling into more informed decision-making. At Healthy Interactions, he is a member of the executive management team and oversees program development and operations. Prior to Healthy Interactions, Peter co-founded Applied Learning, Inc., a company that specializes in developing programs and tools to help employees better understand the business realities that are having an impact on their organization. In addition to these entrepreneurial ventures, Peter held a variety of sales and marketing positions in his career within Procter & Gamble’s consumer goods and pharmaceutical/health divisions. He is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance. He also has an educational background in biology, chemistry, and organic chemistry.
Dr. Moen has spent his career providing thought leadership to teams achieving nationally recognized and market-changing Triple Aim results for high-risk patients in hospital, clinic, and community settings. Triple Aim focuses on improving the experience of care, improving the health of populations, and reducing per capita costs of health care. Dr. Moen worked within the Fairview Health System in Minneapolis for 25 years as an emergency physician and physician executive. During his last five years at Fairview, he served as Medical Director of Innovation and President and CEO of the Fairview Health Network (FHN), a group practice of over 1,300 physicians. In both roles he engaged clinicians in creating better care models and worked to align payment incentives among key partners to achieve the Triple Aim. His team led development of the Patient-Centered Medical Home in over 50 primary care clinics, and designed and implemented population health infrastructure to support Fairview’s employed and partnering independent physicians in new risk-based contracts. In 2011, FHN achieved over $10 million savings and performance incentives in commercial insurance contracts and FHN was named a Pioneer ACO by Medicare. Dr. Moen earned his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin and completed his residency training in Family Medicine at the University of Minnesota.
Barbara is an internationally known asset in the chronic disease management arena, and brings extensive clinical care and program administration experience to Healthy Interactions, with a driving passion and generous dose of joy. She is currently leading the development and implementation of the global training for its diabetes franchise. As an educator with experience in medical continuing education and patient interventions, Barbara has contributed much to the advancement in diabetes care. In her career, Barbara served as Program Director for the American Association of Diabetes Educators, the diabetes educator for a national insulin program, and diabetes program manager for primary care network at Rush University Medical Center. She has also provided weight management, cardiac, eating disorder, renal, and oncology Medical Nutrition Therapy at Loyola University medical center as well as Northwestern University Medical Center. In addition to publishing numerous articles, Barbara reviews several diabetes-related publications and serves as a committee member for NCBDE and other practice associations. She received her Master of Science degree in Nutrition Education from Eastern Illinois University, and her Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry and Dietetics from Olivet Nazarene University. Most recently, she has been working toward her doctorate in a field of clinical care.
Sid leads the digital strategy and development initiatives at Healthy Interactions — focused on extending the Healthy Interactions mission of Personal Health Engagement through digital support tools. By leveraging almost a decade of experience building high performing teams and products in the video game industry at Electronic Arts, Sid looks to bring to market health applications that are intuitive and connect patients to people and information that can help them gain control over their health conditions. Sid earned his undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering from McGill University, and a master’s degree in Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business.
Joe is an investor in and a Board Member of Healthy Interactions, Chair of the Board at MedCurrent, a Clinical Decision Support company, and Chairman of the Edgewood Health Network Inc. (EHN), a Canadian-based private pay mental health and addictions treatment platform. Prior to becoming a private investor in 2012, Joe was a Senior Partner at The Boston Consulting Group where he led BCG Canada (2006 to 2009), then led BCG’s Global Operations practice (2010 to 2012), which he transformed into the firm’s largest and fastest-growing global practice. Prior to BCG, he was a senior manager at IBM Canada (now Celestica). Joe holds a Master of Science from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering from the University of Toronto, graduating first in class (summa cum laude) in both programs. Joe is a member of the World Presidents Organization (WPO), is on the Safety and Innovation Committees for Sinai Health System, and is a co-founder of the LEAP Centre for Social Impact. Joe Manget also leads all of the Digital efforts at Healthy Interactions, including its Conversation MApp app.
Steve brings his significant financial experience to Healthy Interactions' Board of Directors. He has over 24 years of banking experience with demonstrated expertise in finance, capital markets, and consumer banking, and four years of finance and accounting experience in consumer packaged goods at Procter and Gamble. Steve earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from the University of Dayton, and his Master in Business Administration from the University of Michigan.