Co-Founder & CEO — Progressive Health, LLC
Sue E. Goodin’s 30 years in health care have turned her into a true visionary, drastically improving how physicians, nurses, and other professionals manage stress and burnout. “Most health care workers go into the field with few tools for managing their stress,” Sue explains. She founded Progressive Health in 2018 to change this with a company dedicated to optimizing the quality of health care through integrative health and wellness. Headquartered in Denver, Progressive works with hospital employees and health care leaders in Colorado and across the nation to create new solutions to burnout. And it’s earned Sue one very apt nickname: “Head Cheerleader for Nurse Burnout.”
Progressive Health provides customizable, scalable resilience and wellbeing solutions, such as ResilienceONE, a comprehensive, high tech/high touch systems approach supporting employees with tools they can incorporate in their daily lives. It allows for daily check-ins to self-monitor behaviors and increase empowerment, preventing burnout before it occurs. The program kicks off with Sue and her team on the hospital floor for 12 weeks, then transitions to the digital platform, where employees can maintain habits long term and facilities can better identify patterns and see when employees might need hands-on support. Progressive teaches several wellness techniques, such as meditation and breathwork, and provides services like massage and acupuncture. It’s this human touch that sets Progressive apart. “There are many digital platforms out there, but we provide human interaction, which is so very important,” Sue explains. Her approach won Progressive’s Top 100 Healthcare Leadership Award Health 2.0 in 2019 and the Top 50 Healthcare Companies from the International Forum for the Advancement in Healthcare in 2018.
As health care professionals themselves, Sue and her team meet employees where they are. “We were here for them during COVID, as the hands-on employee-assistance program in hospitals, there to listen and support. And we’re here now, doing the same thing on the ground and digitally,” Sue says. “Leaders are realizing the importance of taking care of their people. That we can provide the right tools to help health care professionals is so fulfilling.” Progressive Health envisions organizations compromised of a workforce where individuals reach their full potential through physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.
She will be presenting Her Speaker Session at at 13th American Healthcare and Hospital Management Summit, which will take place from November 15–18, 2022, in Los Angeles, USA.
Speech Title : Tools for Reducing Employee Burnout
- ResilienceONE Chief
- Executive Officer
- Ceo Lukes Hospital Denver
- Develpment Director
- University of Denver
- University of Colorado Denver
- Volunteering Raising money for various organizations
Conference Key words
Hospital Management, Nursing, Healthcare Research, Healthcare Policy, Healthcare Technology, Healthcare Networking, Healthcare Collaboration, Pharma Conference, Neuro biochemistry, Personalized Medicine, Healthcare Quality, Population Health, GlobalHealth, Health society, Health worker, Cancer Cell, healthcare, Metabolic Syndrome, Trauma Management, Environment-nutrition, Telemedicine,
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