Andrea J. Miller

Andrea J. Miller

CEO of Chief of Wellbeing and the Digital Patient

Andrea Miller is an international well-being and healthcare strategist, consultant and speaker. She’s worked with Siemens Healthineers, the CDC, the WHO and other leaders in healthcare. She brings to her work a unique combination of professional and personal experience at

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Wellbeing Programs Are a Post-Covid Business Essential

The ability of companies to address employee needs in an impactful way may be the difference between surviving and thriving.

How to Help an Employee With Anxiety

COVID is impacting our mental wellbeing and, by extension, workplace production.

Addressing Employee Elder Care Issues Is Good Business

With a quickly aging population and 40 million caregivers, finding solutions for eldercare issues will have a great impact on business and entrepreneurship.

Self-Compassion Is an Essential Tool for all Entrepreneurs

Use this article as a permission slip to allow you to stop being so incredibly hard on yourself.

Is Covid-19 a Mental Health Tipping Point?

Why investing in your employees' mental health is the best investment you can make.

How to Strengthen Your Personal Resilience

Given all the benefits of resilience, the big question is how you can increase it. Here are just a few of the many ways.

Virtually Healthy: 5 Reasons Why Millennials Aren't As Well As They Think

Millennials, the first generation expected to be less prosperous than their parents, may also be less healthy.

This Is How Your Company Culture Is Hurting Your Team and the Bottom Line

Excessive work schedules, loneliness and the general stress of work and life combine to create a very anxious staff.

Alexa, I Feel Sick … Can Big Tech Solve the Growing Crisis in Healthcare?

Healthcare costs are much higher in the U.S. than in comparable countries, but we're sicker and die younger. There is a lot of room for improvement.

Trouble Recruiting and Keeping Talent? Your Skimpy Health Insurance Is a Likely Cause

Millennials, just like their parents and grandparents before them, want good health insurance, help saving for retirement and vacation time.

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