Robin Rager, Ph.D., FAWHP

Director of Health Management

Robin Rager, Ph.D., FAWHP
Director of Health Management

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Population Health Management and Wellness Programs

Robin has been involved in the field of health promotion for more than three decades, both as a consultant and as a college professor. His consulting and academic activities have focused on individual and population health assessment, and the design and evaluation of effective health promotion and disease management programs in a variety of populations and settings - ranging from health care systems to railroad workers to military personnel to migrant farmworkers.

Robin supports both Public agencies and health care current and prospective customers. He also holds a Ph.D. in Health Education and has taught at two universities over a 15-year period, authoring numerous articles on wellness.

Prior to joining Keenan, Robin was the owner of Optimum Health Management, which provided health management services to businesses and health care organizations, including needs assessment, program design, marketing, online and onsite health promotion services, and program evaluation. His research and development projects have included a variety of workforce studies related to the impact of health risk reduction and disease management interventions (e.g., smoking cessation, weight management, diabetes management, sleep/fatigue and alertness, depression/anxiety management, injury prevention, health-related impairment in worker productivity), nutritional supplement product efficacy; the design of online health risk assessment instruments; the design of health care claims analysis systems; and the development and management of a risk-rated employee wellness incentive program.

During his two decades in academia, Robin was a health education professor at Penn State University and Texas Woman's University and served as the Director of PSU's Center for Worksite Health Enhancement. He has been honored as a Fellow of the Association for Worksite Health Promotion (FAWHP), served as chair of the American Public Health Association's Worksite Health Promotion Committee, and participated in the development of the Healthy People 2010 Objectives for the Nation as a member of the Worksite Health Promotion Work Group.

  • Fellow of the Association for Worksite Health Promotion (FAWHP)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

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