An Interview with Scott Marber




An Interview with Scott Marber


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Scott Marber
Senior Vice President of Sales for Virgin HealthMiles
Scott Marber, Senior Vice President of Sales for Virgin HealthMiles, has been at the forefront of corporate wellness and health services for 25 years. At Virgin HealthMiles, he is responsible for bringing a unique physical activity rewards program to Corporate America. To date, members of Virgin HealthMiles have walked 75 billion steps. Scott has worked for start-ups and Fortune 50 companies, delivering over a quarter of a billion dollars in services and products. Prior to Virgin, he was the Senior Vice President for Sales and Business Development and Free & Clear, Inc., the nation's leading smoking cessation company. Under his leadership the company grew to over $20 million with the addition of more that 50 clients. Thousands of people quit smoking and added years to their lives. As the executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing at HCORP, Scott contributed to the successful acquisition of this leader in patient interactive television. He was also a Partner at Associated Healthcare Consultants which served as liaision between health care providers, payers and vendors to create lasting partnerships. At OneBody.com, an innovator in alternative health, Scott grew the company to over 7 million consumers as the Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Scott held executive roles at Carewise, a pioneering demand and disease management company, Private Healthcare Systems, an early managed care organization, Olsten Kimberly Quality Care, the nations largest home health company, and Hewlett-Packard, where he was a start-up member of a health care information system division. Scott graduated Cum Laude from Dartmouth College. He runs and plays golf (poorly) to stay active.


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