Chief Growth Officer
Health economist Tanya Little is skilled at unlocking organizational potential and harnessing talent and technology for growth. In her role as Vitality’s Chief Growth Officer, Little is responsible for developing new lines of business, and for driving product commercialization and execution of go-to-market strategy. Additionally, she serves as an external face of the organization, speaking regularly at key market conferences and connecting with leading influencers. Previously a consultant for McKinsey & Company, Little held strategic leadership roles at Investec, an international specialist bank and asset manager, and prior to joining Vitality was Group Operations Executive at global healthcare organization Life Healthcare, where she initiated a turnaround process for a healthcare solutions business and launched a primary care business from the ground up. Little is a graduate of the University of Cape Town and has a Master of Science from the London School of Economics. Little is a wife and mother of two exuberant girls. Outside of work she spends her time outdoors, engaged in all manner of sports, and is an avid foodie.
We’re reimagining the wellbeing experience, solving for greater inclusivity and connecting members to each other throughout their wellbeing and health journeys. We’re also driving a focused health agenda, leveraging engagement, data and analytics to meaningfully reduce the cost of quality healthcare
We’re pairing social capabilities with the power of our inclusive ecosystem and Marketplace to cater for the diverse and changing needs of multi-generational members across the spectrum of health risk profiles and needs. We’re also strengthening the targeting and personalization embedded in our condition management journeys.
We’re deeply invested in lowering the cost of healthcare, leveraging our strengths in engagement, data and analytics to help bend mortality curves through targeted interventions. We’re also deeply committed to creating a culture of health that engages, retains and attracts talent. Here we’re focused on strengthening inclusivity and connectedness (on a human and ecosystem level!) to reach all members, regardless of demographics and health status.
Removing the barriers for at-risk individuals (and individuals with multiple co-morbidities) to get healthier. Mental health. Cancer treatment.
Yes! We’ve achieved 19% lower claims for engaged Vitality members, an 8% reduction in at-risk members, a 30% reduction in hospital admissions for engaged members, and a 40-55% reduction in disease burden (heart disease, lung disease, diabetes) through participation in the Vitality program over a 3-year timeframe.
We’re designing inclusive programs that promote a come-as-you-are, non-judgmental safe space for a psychologically healthy workplace.
Preventative screenings coupled with virtual/remote care journeys. Hospital-at-home.
How do we create healthy behavior change at scale? And how do we ensure that the levers we use cut across demographics, psychographics, health risk profiles, income, and circumstance? How do we share negative health news in a way that resonates? What tools can we use to promote access that transcends individual barriers to care? This session will unpack these complex issues and provide the audience with tangible take-home insights on leveraging behavioral tools, technology, and incentives to get equitable healthcare right.View session details
Remember the mission to reach the moon? In 1962, President JFK set forth a vision. He initiated a movement that outlived him! Even in his death, the mission was accomplished seven years after his famous speech. Now we’re on a five-year mission, and it's not about us. This is a mission for you – the individual, the stakeholder, the employer healthcare and benefits professional. Join the mission to reduce costs, reimagine culture, and reinvent care.
Reduce employer healthcare and benefits costs by 25% by 2025.
Reimagine engagement and well-being.
Provide 40% of healthcare services virtually and through technology by 2025.